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    What filters best

    I have a Cockley 5000 pond filter but thinking of changing to a eazypod I have a 1500 gallon pond the filter I'm useing is good but I'd like something that I could easily hide what's your thoughts any advice would be great
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    eazypods aren't much cop tbh, they're ok for mechanical filtration but useless for biological, If you intend keeping koi in your pond you need much more bio filtration than that, maybe if you returned your water from an eazypod over a big shower you might be ok, but I think you want at least a nexus 220.

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    Yes I agree familyman, much better to buy one of my 220's
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    What filters best

    But if your sure I have a Cetus sieve and easy pod with K1 for sale shortly What filters best


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    Ha get in there skoosh.
    But more difficult to hide than the single unit 220 :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sim View Post
    Ha get in there skoosh.
    But more difficult to hide than the single unit 220 :-)
    True lol


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    True lol


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    i had a kockney koi 5000v years ago,was a great little multibay,just heted cleaning the brushes and jap mat,especially in the rain,snow and freezing temps,did find easy to hide though i turned it into a seat lol,i have a nexus 200 and they are not easy to hide,and as for the pod,your 5000 is a better filter honestly,you could convert the 5000 to a static and fluidised multibay so no wet hands and would be 10x better mechanically and biologically than a pod,andi

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