Cascade Submersible Aquarium Heater by by Cascade
The Cascade Submersible Heater is an economical alternative in aquarium heating. The Cascade Submersible Heater automatically sets and maintains to your desired temperature, and is accurate to one degree.
- Automatically sets and maintains your desired temperature
- Accurate to 1 degree
- Fully submersible
The Cascade Submersible Heater contains easy view on/off light, dual suction cups with mounting clip and visible and accurate temperature setting scale. The Cascade Submersible Heater is constructed of heavy duty and shock resistant glass.
The Cascade Submersible Heater is a top quality heating element with superior insulation and heat distribution, perfect for fresh and salt water aquariums.
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Set up my first aquarium, now I'm all set and ready to go, the heater is a very important part and works great, thank you!
Pen-Plax Cascade Mod. #12300. The heater worked well for a year and four months and then just died. Granted the temperature set indicator was about 5 degrees off but it only took 24 hours to determine that and I adjusted the temperature accordingly. After that I never touched the thermostat again. I noticed some folks go crazy if the indicator isn't spot on. No big deal, it held the tank at a steady temperature through the winter. The area where I kept the 55 gallon tank dropped to 53 degrees during the winter but the temperature in the tank stayed at the year round 78 degrees. I wish it had lasted longer but it performed perfectly until the day of its death. The only reason I gave it 3 stars is because it only lasted 1 yr. and 4 mo. If you take into consideration its high duty cycle during two winter months I believe it did quite well for a $15.00 heater.
I put 2x 200 watt heaters in my 72 gallon bow front. That is good for 100+ gallons and due to it being in the basement where it is cooler... figured this would be the best bet. I originally set them to 74F. Both of them. After letting them sit in the tank for over a week, I was still only hitting 66F. I then turned them to 45 degree angles and still did not bump the temp up at all. I now have them set at 80F and getting at a temp of 72F. This is via the digital temp monitor and the old fashion mercury type thermometer. Good cheap product...only if you know what to do and realize that you need to adjust it higher to get the temp you need.
I bought the 100 watt Submersible Aquarium Heater by Cascade for my 20 gallon freshwater tank. Even after adjusting the thermostat to 80 degrees, the temperature in my tank was close to 10 degrees cooler. A 100 watt heater should not have a problem heating a 20 gallon tank. I am now using this 100 watt heater in a 10 gallon tank where it is performing as is should. I was very disappointed in the performance of this heater.