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    Nexus 200 - 210 - 2210

    Can anyone direct me to somewhere that might explain the various differences between the 3 models (and what the Eazy does). I've searched, but I'm obviously not looking in the right place

    There seems to be a big price difference between the first model and the latest one for second hand models - obviously as the 220 is much newer - but I'm trying to work out if the later models will make that much difference to be worth the extra.

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    Hi penny
    The 200 was the first model that came out and then they made the 210 which had the easy in it (the original one first had a sponge or an answer)
    Then came the 220 which has the overflow by pass, with redesigned easy (also a clear plastic lid) with micro k1 inside.
    Not any other differences really guess the price mainly reflects the age of the filter.
    Not sure of any other differences think that covers it basically.

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    Hi penny
    The 200 was the first model that came out and then they made the 210 which had the easy in it (the original one first had a sponge or an answer)
    Then came the 220 which has the overflow by pass, with redesigned easy (also a clear plastic lid) with micro k1 inside.
    Not any other differences really guess the price mainly reflects the age of the filter.
    Not sure of any other differences think that covers it basically.
    The main difference is the size the easy pod would fit inside a 200 and a 200 would fit inside a 300 the 10/20 variants are newer versions with different structure to the central chamber IE the height of the base of central chamber the 300 needs extra tube for cleaning as does the easy pod, the 310 has automatic non return valve to aid cleaning instead of the extra tube and the 320 has shallower central chamber is shorter with micro k1 as a upgrade , hope this helps I've set up and used all of them

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    Thanks both - I think I'm starting to get my head around it a little with various wider reading (and the answers on here).

    The cheaper 2nd hand versions all appear to be 200s, manufactured before 2006 (the buldge under the badge is a slightly different shape), but already have the K1 Eazy upgrade. As far as I can tell, they can also be upgraded to have an overflow, but can't be upgraded to the K1 micro Eazy.

    However, 200s after 2006, or 210s can be upgraded with overflows and the K1 micro Easy

    I guess it's a case of working out if the K1 micro upgrade is what will make the difference maintenance wise for me.

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    I had a 300 with an eazy and swapped for 2x220's I think the micro k1 catches more but also the eazy doesn't have legs just slips over the inside part of the nexus so doesn't seem to catch as much weed etc.
    The over flow is useful if you go away (a little more piece of mind) it shouldn't block and damage the pump.

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