Eheim Ecco Pro 300 Canister Filter

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Only 5 Watt power consumption at a pump output of 600L. per hour (this is approx. 75% more efficient than comparable models!). Its most special feature? The characteristic multi-function handle - it combines three functions: carrying + opening/closing + priming. Comes fully equipped - including all accessories and Eheim filter media. You are ready to go! Low energy consumption with high performance (compared to similar filters at 15-20 Watt, it uses 44 to 75 % less energy). Excellent biological and mechanical filtration due to optimum water flow. Super easy self-priming - no fiddly or confusing buttons. Simply lift up the handle and the water will start to flow! Extremely quiet. Equipped with practical filter baskets, easily removed and filled according to individual requirements. The number of baskets is determined by the size of the filter: 200 = 2 and 300 = 3 baskets. Additional pre-filter (giving longer cleaning intervals of the other filter media). Extremely compact and much smaller than comparable filters, the Ecco Pro will fit easily into any aquarium cabinet.

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