Giving pet fish a comfortable home is the thing everybody should be doing. This is difficult at times, especially with fish species that need warm water. However, with the right aquarium heater, the trouble is over and done with as you can always monitor the temperature of the fish habitat. We have reviewed some of the best aquarium heaters in the market today to give you a head start in your search for a perfect aquarium heater.
This aquarium heater by IOAOI has a secure double tube structure with an engineering-grade plastic enclosing a stainless steel tube inside. The device is shatterproof and does not have any glass materials on it. Further, this heater can be used with both saline and fresh water and fully immersed in the aquarium.
The Orlushy mini aquarium heater is designed to spare the little space in small aquarium tanks without foregoing quality and performance. Within the compact oval shape, an efficient thermometer tracks the water's temperature while a thermostat maintains a standard temperature of your choosing. However, the temperature control system could have been better.
The 25-watt FREESEA aquarium heater is about 6.8 inches long and works with 120 V wall outlet to warm your aquarium to the required temperature. Further, this aquarium heating rod has a generous temperature range of 63 degrees to 95 degrees, which is well above what most pet fish and turtles would require. The FREESEA mini aquarium heater is fully submersible in aquarium water.
Fluval M submersible aquarium heater is made from superior quality materials and an advanced construction mechanism. The heating element is covered by shock resistant borosilicate glass that ensures you can operate it safely while it works. It is very straightforward to install and has a slim profile that is easy to replace if the inevitable happens.
The FREESEA aquarium heater is one of the most loved portable heaters by fish lovers. The heater features an automatic constant temperature feature where you can set a non-varying temperature for your aquarium. The heater is fully submersible and should always be under water when turned on.
The Eihem Jager aquarium heaters are high-quality and fully submersible aquarium heating devices. With the automatic shutoff feature, the heater is protected from breaking when the tank level dips too low. This feature also protects your fish and other aquatic life in the aquarium by preventing overheating that could kill them.
The ViaAqua 300 watts aquarium heater is a rod-shaped device designed to maintain a constant temperature for water in a medium-sized tank up to 80 gallons. The heater is made with a shatter-resistant quartz glass that can take the pressure and moderately high temperature without breaking or tearing apart. This makes the heater safe for the aquatic life in the aquarium and saves you the money you would need for replacements.
The FSTSTC submersible aquarium heater has been upgraded to bring better product life, high accuracy, and reliability. This aquarium heater has an adjustable temperature range of 68 degrees to 94 degrees. Besides the submersible aquarium heater, you will also be provided with a portable thermometer to ensure you can always clarify the correctness of the built-in thermometer.
There is no reason why you should not use an extension cable; the aquarium heater is just like other electrical appliances. You may want to consider a surge protected extension cord for the safety of your fish.
An aquarium heater with the auto shut off feature may turn on/off frequently during the first use only when the temperature is stabilizing to the user setting. If this happens when the water temperature is way too far from the user setting, it may indicate a failing heater. Contact your heater seller for help.
Even though this is dependent on the manufacturer, most of the heaters should be fully submerged in water to work. Read the user manual that comes with your heater or contact the seller for assistance.
There is no problem with an aquarium heater in a plastic fish tank as long as the heating element does not come into contact with the tank.
The average price of a aquarium heater is $20.59. They range in price from $15.99 to $27.56
|IOAOI||IOAOI Aquarium Heater for Fish Tank||90%||$24.99||35||4.5⭐||0.57 lbs||0 W x 0 L x 0 H|
|Orlushy||Orlushy Mini Aquarium Heater||88%||$16.99||56||4.4⭐||0.00 lbs||2.75 W x 4 L x 1.6 H|
|FREESEA||FREESEA Aquarium Betta Fish Tank Heater||82%||$15.99||45||4.1⭐||0.00 lbs||3 W x 7.9 L x 2 H|
|Fluval||Fluval M 200 Watts Submersible Heater||82%||$22.07||373||4.1⭐||0.28 lbs||4.8 W x 1.7 L x 16.5 H|
|FREESEA||FREESEA 50W Mini Aquarium Heater||78%||$18.99||452||3.9⭐||0.00 lbs||1.5 W x 2.5 L x 3.5 H|
|Eheim||EHEIM Jager Aquarium Thermostat Heater||78%||$27.56||1,489||3.9⭐||0.82 lbs||1.42 W x 0 L x 19.92 H|
|ViaAqua||ViaAqua 300 Watt Quartz Glass Submersible Heater||70%||$17.16||400||3.5⭐||0.68 lbs||1.13 W x 1.13 L x 14.8 H|
|FTSTC||FTSTC Submersible Aquarium Heater||68%||$20.99||116||3.4⭐||0.00 lbs||0 W x 0 L x 0 H|