Best 50 Watt Aquarium Heater in 2023
Tetra HT Submersible Aquarium Heater With Electronic Thermostat, 50-Watt
Marineland Precision Heater for Saltwater or Freshwater Aquariums, 50-Watt
- This 50 watt heater is for aquariums up to 12 gallons. Adjustable temperature dial allows you to set the temperature 1 degree with every click.
- Thermal Switch automatically turns off as temperature rises above an internal preset and turns back on once it cools down.
- The advanced heating element contains a mica core surrounded by a mesh heating element for superior heat transfer with enhanced durability
- Advanced mounting bracket securely attaches to glass and provides 3 window positions to view the temperature display
- Easy to view sliding scale tells the exact temperature setting. Top dial view shows the setting from an additional location.
Aqueon 100528680 Adjustable Aquarium Heater, Black,50 W
- Precise temperature setting to 1-degree F (68-88 degrees F)
- Recommended for aquariums up to 20 Gallons
- Fully submersible quartz glass shatter-resistant construction
- UL Approved Automatic safety shut off and overheat protection
- Power indicator light turns on when aquarium water is being heated
FREESEA 50 Watt Aquarium Submersible Betta Heater with Aquarium Submersible Thermometer
- ★【50 Watt Heater】: This Aquarium heater is suitable for 5 to 15 gallons aquariums, Length - 6.8 inch,voltage 110-120V, power cord is 4.0 ft, please choose the right wattage aquarium heater according to our size chart.
- ★【Temperature range】: 63°F~95°F , It is very easy to adjust the temperature you need, we also deliberately give each customer a free diving thermometer, you can observe the water temperature of the fish tank at any time.
- ★【Intelligent temperature control】：Automatic constant temperature function, when water temperature reaches to specified temperature value, heater will automatically stop heating, when water temperature is lower than the set temperature, heater will automatically start heating. Furthermore, Automatic safety shut-off feature, and overheating protection.
- ★【Note】: 1. Aquarium heater is 100% submersible use only, during its heating time, heater must be 100% submerged into the water.,Please unplug the power supply when cleaning the fish tank or aquarium water changes. 2. Heater rod is suitable for people over 16 years of age. Children or minors should be under adult guidance or supervision.
- ★【SATISFACTION GUARANTEED】Gain the confidence to go hard with us! Our Aquarium Heater is built with durability in mind and safety for every design, In the remote possibility that you’re not satisfied with our product, just contact us, and we will gladly give you a new Aquarium Heater replacement. 12 Month Warranty and 24 Hour Professional After-sales Service.
Hygger 50W Mini Inline Quartz Glass Aquarium Heater with External Controller, Adjustable Submersible Betta Fish Tank Thermostat for 5-15 Gallon
- 🐠 【For Fish Tank 5-15 gallon】50W aquarium heater, voltage AC110-120V 60HZ, power cord is 4.6ft. Heater rod length is 5 inch, mini compact heater for small fish tank use. Perfect for betta tank. A very compact heater, easy to hide in the tank
- 🐠【Automatic Stop & Restart】Effectively maintain the tank water in the constant temp you set, stop heating when water temp reaches to the set temp and restart heating when the water temp is 1-2℉ below the set temp.The indicator light on the controller will be on red when it's heating, will be off when it stop heating
- 🐠【With Built-in Thermometer】you can set the the temp from 68℉ to 90℉,temp exactness is within 2 degrees in fahrenheit. There is a built-in thermometer in the heater to detect the water temp, not need to buy seperate thermometer
- 🐠【Durable Quartz Glass】this aquarium heater tube is heat-resistant quartz glass made, excellent in explosion-proof, can be used in fresh water and salt water aquariums, white alundum sand as the heat-conducting media, service life can be 3 years or more
- 🐠【Fully Submersible】this fish tank heater is waterproof, must be fully submerged in water when working, place it horizontally or vertically near the water intake or where the way of water flow
Aqueon 100106251 Preset Aquarium Heater,Black, 50W
- Preset to 78°, accurate to +/- 1°
- No adjustment required
- Shatter resistant
- Auto shut-off
- LED light turns on when aquarium water is being heated
VIBIRIT Aquarium Heater,Betta Fish Tank Heater 25W Smart Small Aquarium Heater,Energy Efficient Submersible Thermostat + Thermometer Sticker
- Fully Automatic Temperature Control Chip:VIBIRIT submersible aquarium heater automatically adjusts the temperature between 75°F and 82°F (24°C to 28°C). It is different from the traditional manual adjustment of the aquarium heater and does not need to be set. And will automatically turn on/off to achieve the setting temperature constantly and stably, Energy-efficient.
- Advanced Materials: sturdy engineering plastic. It has anti-explosion, anti-scalding function, high temperature resistance and high safety. Suitable for aquarium pets such as turtles and fry. Length - 5.35 inch, Width - 0.9inch, Thickness - 0.63inch.
- 25W Fish Tank Heater is suitable for 3 to 5 gallons and can be used in mini fish tanks and aquariums. The super-designed suction cups hold the heater tightly in the aquarium. Easy to hide in the water tank.
- Included Temperature Sticker: You can attach the temperature sticker to the surface of the water tank, through which you can monitor. The easy-to-recognize blue color indicates the current temperature of your aquarium water. Temperature bar is for reference only
- Parameters and Quality Assurance: working power 25w, frequency: 50/60Hz, voltage: 110-120V, waterproof rating IP68. This product aquarium heater has passed CE, ROHS, FCC certification. Explosion-proof, waterproof, anti-scalding, high temperature and other safe operation.
Mylivell Aquarium Heater Submersible Auto Thermostat Heater,Fish Tank Water Heater and Adjustable Temperature with Suction Cup-50W
- High Quality: Aquarium heater made of high quality quartz glass, double seal material , advanced design, ensures safe operation.
- Adjustable Temperature: The temperature of the fish tank heater can be adjusted automatically. Temperature setting range: 20°~34°C(65° F - 93° F), and the display is easy to read.
- Fully Submersible. Power: 100W. Suggested water volume: 20gal.
- Both suiting for fresh or saltwater aquariums, provide a constant warm environment for your tropical fish to stay healthy.
- Convenient and Safe: Our aquarium heater thermostat has two suction cups for attachment to the fish tank. The polarized plug prevents electrical shock.
Uniclife Aquarium Heater Submersible with Thermometer for 10 Gallon Fish Tank HT-6050, 50 W
- HT-6050 submersible aquarium heater is perfect for 5-15 gallons fish tank, suitable for both fresh and saltwater.
- Visible temperature display allows you to accurately maintain the temperature. A red rotary knob on top to adjust temperatures that range from 68°F to 93°F.
- Water-tight sealing IP68 design. 3 strong suckers tightly fix the heater to the tank vertically or horizontally, the red indicator light on while working.
- Shatterproof 2 mm extra thick quartz glass prevents electricity leakage, scald-preventing for your pets and your safety. Measures 8.6" x 1" (L x D)
- An extra stick-on thermometer to detect 64°F - 93°F (18℃ - 34℃ -UK) water temp at any time. Using color indication, temperature that the thermometer reads will change from white to blue color.
Zacro 50W Submersible Aquarium Heater Visible Temperature Fish Tank Heater
- Our aquarium heater is suitable for the fish tank which is 2 to 16 Gallons, Voltage/freq: 110-120volt/60hertz; power: 50W.
- Waterproof: Adopt double sealed materials - plastic and black protective container, which is helpful for Scald-preventing and anti punching.
- Visible temperature setting: Temperature adjustable of between 65F - 93F.
- Function: Our aquarium heater can provided a warm area to your fish in the cold winter.
- Attention: DO NOT power until the heater is completely submerged in the water.
How to Cure Fin or Tail Rot on Your Pet Fish with Peroxide
Peroxide, a normal household product, can be used to help cure fin and tail rot problems in your home aquarium.
First, you'll need to prepare for this process, which some fish owners call 'surgery' but is far from that. Set aside a cup of treated tap water. This cup of water will be used to rinse your fish later. Take your fish and place him in a smaller container, one of which that can be easily transported to and from the closest sink. Have another container on hand with treated, room temperature water so you can place your fish into the new, clean water. You will also need a fish net, some paper towels (one paper plate and a paper towel can be used, depending on your preference), a bottle of peroxide, and some q-tips.
Lay out a clean paper towel (or paper plate, whichever you are using) and fold another paper towel over and over to make it small enough to cover the head of your fish. Dip this paper towel in clean, treated water and set it aside. Take your fish from his cup and place him on the paper plate. Quickly cover his head with the wet paper towel and hold the two ends. This will help calm him, and keep him from flopping if he gets frustrated.
Next, you'll dip one end of a q-tip in the peroxide and begin to paint your fish. Very gently slide the q-tip over his fins, making sure to get any blackened edges, or area's of the fin that the rot seems to occur on most. The fin may 'fizz' or bubble a bit, but this is common, especially if their fins are being attacked by a lot of bacteria or fungus. You may also notice a bit of blood or a blackish looking substance on the end of the q-tip. This is completely normal.
You'll want to leave the peroxide sit on their fins for a few seconds. Make sure that you only paint the fins and nothing else. Do not get the peroxide near his gills because this can cause complications, even death. After the peroxide has set for a few moments, remove the paper towel and dump the fish into the net. Take the treated water that was set aside earlier and dump it over the fish. Continue until the entire cup is empty. Shake him off and put him into the other container you had set aside earlier.
Your fish may act very angry after this process. He may quickly swim around, or shake out his fins as if he was trying to remove something unseen. For the next 24 hours, his fins may seem dull and colorless; they may even look 'melted'. Don't worry, this is normal. Some fish may act a bit shocked, and sit at the bottom of the tank without swimming much. You can make them comfortable by covering their tank in a towel and checking on them every so often. The towel minimizes outside stressors. Products such as Melafix or items that help replace their slime coating are excellent items to add to a tank after a painting. This helps replace the slime coating which ensures that electrolytes are not lost, which can be harmful. Aquarium salt can also be used which also helps replace electrolytes and it helps reduce fish stress. Add no more than the recommended dosage.
And remember, this should only be performed if you are comfortable with the process and after all other treatment methods have failed. Perform this treatment at your own risk.