Dragon Heart

It's not the size of the dog in the fight but the size of fight in the dog !
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,276 - Total Helpful Votes: 163 of 184
Finest-Filters 4 x Replacement Foams for 300l/h In&hellip by Finest-Filters
Smaller than the old filter foams but considerably cheaper. Ever if we have to wash out / charge the foams more often it will make our new filter pump cheaper to run.

Time will tell on their filtering quality.
300l/h Aquarium Internal Filter for Fish Tank Subm&hellip by Finest-Filters
We have had a similar filter for some time but it kept sinking to the bottom as the suckers that hold it to the side of the tank we old. The filters are slightly smaller on the 'Finest' but they are considerably cheaper to buy, so even if we have to wash out or change the filters more often it will sill be cheaper to run.

Instructions we almost non existent. Not fitted the venture yet as we currently have a twin outlet air pump supplying extra oxygen to the tank.

Fish love the spray bar ... they play in the eddies it creates.

Time will tell if it filters OKI but the design is similar to the old one so should be great
Mr Benn: The Complete Series [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Mr Benn
Mr Benn the iconic stop motion animated series from the early 1970's

Mr Benn, wearing a black suit & bowler hat, leaves his house at 52 Festive Road ( the writer and co-illustrator of the series David Mckee lived at 54 Festing Road in Putney London ) and visits a fancy-dress costume shop where he is invited by a fez-wearing shopkeeper to try on a particular outfit. Once he has changed into the outfit in the changing room he leaves through a magic door at the back and enters a world appropriate to his costume, where he has an adventure.

Each story usually contains a moral, the BBC liked that sort of thing, and Mr Benn always keeps a keepsake " to help him remember… Read more

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