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shawn

fish pimp
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Has anybody bought and tried this eco aqualizer. I am curious to see if it really does what it says. Check out the website ecoaqualizer.com
 

Macbeth417

Reef Monkey
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Oct 18, 2003
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Seattle, WA
Oh no! Not this voodoo-tube again. In my opinion it is psuedoscience at its very best.

Pleast take a look at this thread from Coralforum:
http://www.coralforum.com/sutra2142.html&highlight=eco&sid=9d61f043c218616436250a872b084692#2142


I had pictures of one taken apart somewhere and will try to locate them. It consited of some PVC, electrical tape and magnets smaller than you would find on a socer moms fridge. In my loud mouthed opinion: SNAKE OIL.


And also, Don't waste your money...

-Erik
 
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cdeakle

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Feb 25, 2004
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Location
Lynnwood, WA
Matt you beat me to it LOL

It's pure junk, please don't waste your money. Spend the money on a quality skimmer instead...

From Inland Reef Aquaria:

"We decided to look into this product after a lengthy thread on the Reefs.org website where it was discussed. Our first impression was that the number and extent of the claims made for the product was totally out of proportion for what the product seemed to be.

The product explanations given on the website flew in the face of sound engineering and scientific principles. In addition, the product description seemed awfully close to numerous magnetic products sold for water purification, medical uses, and even to improve automobile gas mileage. Several of the companies selling the latter products have recently been prosecuted by the Federal Trade Commission for false claims and deceptive sales tactics. So this product raised several red flags with us, and we considered it worthy of checking out.

We ordered one from the manufacturer, and then recieved two more from hobbyists who had tried them and didn't want them anymore. We're working on several test protocols to properly investigate what, if anything, these do to the water, so please check back often as we will be updating these pages as we go. "

http://www.inlandreef.com/Testing/Eco.html
 
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spooda420

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Feb 13, 2004
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Location
St. Louis
If you choose to buy it, I have some wonderfull land in the Florida everglades you might be interested in! :)

Invest in a good skimmer, and practice your husbandry skills along with a good brand of salt, and a good RODI unit.

C
 
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