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Fluval

Nano Aquarium Filter

SKU# 66888


Availability: In stock

$18.99

Quick Overview

The Fluval Nano Aquarium Filter is an optimal water filtration system for small aquariums up to 15 gallons, including Fluval's EBI Nano Shrimp Habitat and Fluval's Flora Aquatic Plant Kit. It provides gentle mechanical and biological filtration.
Nano Aquarium Filter
Details
The Fluval Nano Aquarium Filter is an optimal water filtration system for small aquariums up to 15 gallons, including Fluval's EBI Nano Shrimp Habitat and Fluval's Flora Aquatic Plant Kit. Equipped with foam filter media, it provides effective and thorough mechanical and biological filtration. A fine foam pad traps small debris and a Bio-Foam captures debris and houses nitrifying bacteria. The filter also provides the option of adding a carbon cartridge for additional chemical filtering. The Nano Filter has an adjustable flow output with an attachable spray bar that distributes a gentle, even flow of water, making it safe for delicate fish or shrimp. The completely modular filter can quickly be assembled and disassembled for easy installation and maintenance. It comes complete with 3 suction cups for secure in-tank installation.
Additional Information
SKU 66888
MPN A455
UPC 015561104555
Brand Fluval
Color Black
Dimension 2.5" x 1.5" x 7.5"
Reviews

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FluvalNano Aquarium Filter
 
2.4

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40%

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Pros

  • Easy to clean (3)

Cons

  • Loud (4)

Best Uses

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      • Casual fish keeper (3)

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    1.0

    Worst internal Filter

    By GPK

    from Ontario

    About Me Experienced Aquarist

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Easy To Clean

    Cons

    • Clogs Easily
    • Loud
    • Not Durable
    • Rattles

    Best Uses

      Comments about Fluval Nano Aquarium Filter:

      I have tried 4 of them. I have also contacted Fluval. I absolutely do not recommend buying this filter. They all rattled unbearably. Its too bad because the shape and power are great. Cant take it anymore. Throwing them out.

       
      4.0

      Loud but easy to maintain

      By shrimplady

      from Maine

      About Me Casual Fish Keeper

      Pros

      • Easy To Clean
      • Effective
      • Needs Little Upkeep

      Cons

      • Loud

      Best Uses

      • Small Tanks

      Comments about Fluval Nano Aquarium Filter:

      I was upset when I first received this filter because the motor is very loud.
      HOWEVER, there is a very simple fix using teflon tape if you google it. I haven't had any problems with it since.
      Now it absolutely silent, provides great oxygenation, and houses a lot of beneficial bacteria.
      I think it would be a little large for really small tanks, but perfect for 5-15 gall.

       
      1.0

      Big & Loud!

      By JFC

      from CT

      About Me Experienced Aquarist

      Pros

      • Easy To Clean
      • Powerfull

      Cons

      • Loud

      Best Uses

        Comments about Fluval Nano Aquarium Filter:

        Tried this on a 10gal. planted tank. Too large for this size and VERY noisy!
        Very disappointed with Fluval.

         
        4.0

        Works for Me

        By fish tiks

        from florida

        About Me Casual Fish Keeper

        Pros

        • Gentle Flow - Clean Water
        • Quiet

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Small Tanks
          • Tropical Fish

          Comments about Fluval Nano Aquarium Filter:

          I use this in a 10 gal tank and it's great. Small enough to fit in the 10 gal corner - no problem with space. The tank sits next to my sofa where I watch tv and I don't hear a thing from this filter - very quiet. It does transmit a very high frequency vibration to the glass so I assume there's also some vibe in the water but so far it doesn't seem to have bothered the betta. My only problem with it is that the two halves (or 1/3 & 2/3) come apart on their own way too easy. Iv'e never been able to remove it for cleaning without it coming apart before I get it out of the tank. I would recommend this for a 10 - 15 gallon tank.

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          2.0

          Huge and noisy when set to low flow rate

          By anne

          from Quebec, Canada

          About Me Casual Fish Keeper

          Pros

            Cons

            • Big
            • Loud

            Best Uses

              Comments about Fluval Nano Aquarium Filter:

              I bought this filter from another retailer for my 5.5g nano tank and i'm really desapointed with it. Besides being huge and hard to install properly,it disassemble when you try to reposition it. And on top of that, it rattles loudly if you try to set the flow on low.
              Bottom line, i hate it!

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              • Q:

                Can this be used in a 2.5 gallon tank ,if not do you have a suggestion.
                Asked on 5/20/2013 by Davida from Lake Worth Fl

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                  A:

                  Yes it can be used for up to a 15 gallon aquarium. It will filter a 2.5 gallon very well.

                  Answered on 5/21/2013 by Josh L
              • Q:

                would the water come in through the bottom and eject out of the multiple port on top?'
                Asked on 5/18/2013 by mony

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                  A:

                  That is correct. The water will be sucked up from the bottom, go through the filter media and then expelled out of the exhaust in to the spray bar.

                  Answered on 5/20/2013 by Josh L
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