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    Mag float recommendation?

    Can anyone recommend a mag float or similar product that I can use on my tank that has a wet side 1/2" or less?

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    I think "the flipper" magnets are pretty low profile

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleshardy5 View Post
    I think "the flipper" magnets are pretty low profile

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    Perfect! That's exactly what o was looking for! Thanks!

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    Go with the tunze . Its awesome and won't scratch you glass. Im a huge fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by static reef View Post
    Go with the tunze . Its awesome and won't scratch you glass. Im a huge fan.
    Does it also have that thin profile in looking for on wet side?

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    Tunze blade will rust if you leave it in the tank. Best to take it out and rinse. It is very thin. I love mine but it does tend to come loose if you move too fast. Also doesn't float.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murfman View Post
    Tunze blade will rust if you leave it in the tank. Best to take it out and rinse. It is very thin. I love mine but it does tend to come loose if you move too fast. Also doesn't float.
    I think I'll go with the flipper it seems to be a good one from what I've seen.

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    I have tunze and flipper. Love the flipper, but both are good.

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