SEIO M620 vs Tunze Nanostream 6025 vs BOYU Wavemaker

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  1. Matt

    Matt MASA Contributor

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    Which of the above is best? Your opinions?

    I currently have a SEIO M620 in my 24G JBJ Nano Cube (90L). There's plenty of flow (enough so that i'm struggling to find a spot for my frogspawn, yet I still see deadspots and detritus settling on the LR and sandbed.

    Thinking of changing to the BOYU wavemaker possibly?

    Here's my setup:
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  3. gaboon

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    Dont know about the Tunze but what about putting the housing back on the Seio? That will restrict flow a bit but being a nano I dont think its a problem. I'm sure you'll get a broader flow like that. You could also add a much smaller powerhead you could hide behind the LR (Assuming thats your deadspot)
     
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    The Tunze is the best, but its also a good few times the price of the other 2.

    Out of the other 2 I personally like the SEIO but the Boyu is also good.

    I would not change to the boyu for the simple reason you have the Seio already and the upgrade (if it is one) wont be worth the extra cash, if you were to bbuy first time, i would say either or
     
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