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    Duplex here as well


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    Think I know which one to get :-P any details on price and where to get one. Thanks :-D

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    Whoop Whoop :-)
    Triplex here! It's great

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    Email Jay @Ocean Displays; and he will be able to send you one out I'm sure. I think the Duplex is around the 15-20 mark, think the Triplex would be too big for your tank!

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    Cheers. Payday cant come sooner!

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    Vertex Triplex here ...seemed a lot for a mag cleaner ..but its money very well spent .....only downside to ones that float is they tend to not be massively powerful as long as you did it everyday/otherday I don't think you would need a particular strong one

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