Made of high quality quartz glass, waterproof double seal material, covered with protective case, shatter-resistant construction, this fish tank heater keep your fish from scalding and punching. This compact submersible heater helps to create the perfect water condition for your fish and turtle to thrive in bowls and tanks up to 13 gallons.
This egg-shaped small aquarium heater automatically shut itself off once it is removed from water, which ensures the safety of your pet such as turtle and frog.
Easy-to-read LED display
External temperature settings control avoids getting your hands wet. The digital LED display shows real time water temperature. Heating temperature ranges from 63°F to 94°F. Control accuracy is ±1°F.
Automatic shut-off system
Once set the desired temperature, this fully submersible heater will start to work while the indicator light is red. It will automatically shut off once it reaches the set temperature.
Directions for Use
Please read instruction and cautions of package box carefully before use.
How to Set the Temperature?
Step 1: Place heater inside the aquarium and keep it fully submerged.
Step 2: Plug it in, and you can see the red light indicator on and LED digital number display current water temperature.
Step 3: Press “Set” button to your desired temperature which will blinks 3 seconds. Then it will return to show the current water temperature.
Step 4: All done. And the heater begins to heat.
1. Always keep the heater rod fully submersible.
2. Before taking out the heater, please disconnect power and wait for 10 minutes to cool it down.
How to Choose Right Size Heater?
The rule of thumb is 2.5 and 5 watts per gallon of water volume. This can obviously vary depending on how cold the room is which your aquarium is in, and how large the tank is.
For example, if you have a 5-gallon tank, you need to heat the water up to 10 degrees above room temperature. The suggested heater size is 50 watts. However, if your home is on the colder side at 65°F and you need to raise the water temperature by 15 degrees, then consider upsizing to the next available heater at 75 watts.