Want This: Marineland Visi-Therm Aquarium Heater, 25-Watt

Look at this! Marineland Visi-Therm Aquarium Heater, 100-Watt
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The Cincinnati-based company reported that a wiring problem with its Marineland Stealth and Stealth Pro aquarium heaters can cause the heaters to overheat or break during normal use. Overheating could cause the heater to catch fire or shatter or cause the aquarium glass to break.
Use this - Marineland Visi-Therm Aquarium Heater, 75-Watt
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The old adage “the more things change the more they stay the same” is especially true when it comes to the Marineland Precision Heater, which for all intents and purposes, appears to be an old-school Visi-therm. If you were keeping aquariums in the mid 90s then the look of the Precision Submersible Heater will be inherently familiar on the surface but of course Marineland didn’t re-release the Visi-therm without plenty of modern touches. Use this - Marineland Visi-Therm Aquarium Heater, 75-Watt
Photo provided by FlickrUPG is recalling 1.2 million Marineland Stealth and Marineland Pro aquarium heaters.
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While this recall is voluntary, Advanced Aquarist recommends all owners of Marineland Stealth and Stealth Pro heaters to return their units for a refund or exchange due to severe dangers posed by faulty wiring within this product line. This product defect was serious enough to warrant the attention of the US government.The recall involves the following Marineland Stealth and Stealth Pro aquarium heaters. The heaters are black plastic tubes and have a temperature adjustment knob at the top. The model name "Stealth" (in white letters) or "Stealth Pro" (in red letters) is printed on the side of the heater. The model number and the wattage rating are printed below the model name. Stealth Pro heaters were also sold as part of aquarium starter kits.Description: The recall involves the following Marineland Stealth and Stealth Pro aquarium heaters. The heaters are black plastic tubes and have a temperature adjustment knob at the top. The model name "Stealth" (in white letters) or "Stealth Pro" (in red letters) is printed on the side of the heater. The model number and the wattage rating are printed below the model name. Stealth Pro heaters were also sold as part of aquarium starter kits.Marineland Precision Submersible Aquarium Heater features a built-in thermal safety switch that maintains proper aquarium water temperature within 1 degree of accuracy. The thermal safety switch prevents heater failure during operation. If the temperature exceeds the pre-set internal parameters, the Precision heater shuts off automatically and turns on once it cools down. In addition, the Precision Submersible Heater has a top-view scale and high-visibility sliding scale, providing dual visual confirmation of temperature adjustments. The temperature control knob features a "Click Set," which clicks for every 1 degree you change the temperature. There is also an advanced mesh heating element that surrounds the mica core, providing superior heat transfer and durable performance. Includes an advanced mounting bracket that securely attaches to glass and provides three window positions, allowing temperature display to be viewed from different angles. UL Listed. For use with freshwater or marine aquariums.

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Marineland Visi-Therm Submersible heaters feature a direct-set control which ensures accuracy to within one degree. These guaranteed durable heaters make setting and controlling the temperature of your aquarium easy. Simply set the temperature on the top dial which corresponds to the temperature scale on the side of the thermometer. In addition, the heater features a mounting bracket which is easy to install and enables viewing of the temperature from multiple angles. This heater is cUL-approved and is suitable for marine and freshwater aquariums.The Cincinnati-based company reported that a wiring problem with its Marineland Stealth and Stealth Pro aquarium heaters can cause the heaters to overheat or break during normal use. Overheating could cause the heater to catch fire or shatter or cause the aquarium glass to break.