Mini-Therm Submersible Heater - Cobalt Aquatics

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Cobalt Mini-Therm heaters are perfect for Pico tanks that require a small heater that will evenly heat the tank in a small package. 


10 Watt - Good for tanks up to 2.4 Gallons*


20 Watt - Good for tanks up to 4.8 Gallons*


*Will raise recommended size aquarium temperature up to 10° over ambient temps.

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  • Quick Overview

Cobalt Mini-Therm heaters are perfect for Pico tanks that require a small heater that will evenly heat the tank in a small package. 

10 Watt - Good for tanks up to 2.4 Gallons*

20 Watt - Good for tanks up to 4.8 Gallons*

*Will raise recommended size aquarium temperature up to 10° over ambient temps.

Mini-Therm Submersible Heater - Cobalt Aquatics

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10w Mini-Therm Heater
SKU: 210713
$14.88
 
 
20w Mini-Therm Heater
SKU: 210714
$22.26
 

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Mini-Therm Owners Manual

 

Mini-Therm heaters were designed for pico aquariums, and are incased in a thermo-plasic polymer housing that is completely shatter proof. The heaters are always in the ON state with a ceramic heating element that evenly radiates heat throughout the heater. The constant on design means that you do need to size the heater for the volume of water appropriately, but the chances of it failing is virtually zero. On many small tanks temperature is a real concern with how fast the temps can rise and fall. We do recommend using a heater controller like a Reef Keeper Lite for ultimate temperature control. 

  • Great for Fresh or Saltwater Aquariums
  • Fully Submersible
  • Constantly On
  • Must be oriented vertically

 

Wattage Max Tank Size Length Mounting
10W 2.4 Gallons 5 Inch Suction Cups
20W 4.8 Gallons 7.5 Inch Suction Cups

 

What's Included?

1x Cobalt Mini-Therm Heater

1x Set of Suction Cup Mounts

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