What You Need To Know About The Marineland C360 Canister Filter
The Marineland C360 Canister Filter has features that are more comparable to higher end filters like the Eheim or Fluval.
However its price is in the mid-range making it one of the best valued filters out there.
There are some reports of leaks found on line.
However, this was the result of a manufacturer’s defect that occurred during several production runs with the motor head and have since been resolved.
If purchasing a new filter, leak concerns with this filter are no greater than with any other canister filter and covered with in the manufactures warranty (3 years for this filter).
The C360 has a media capacity of 3.4 gallons, is one of the largest in its class but be careful not to overfill.
What’s Included: Polishing filter-floss pad, filter foam, carbon filter bag, bio-filter balls, inlet/outlet assembly, 5/8″ ID tubing (7/8″ ID for C-530), and ceramic bio-filter rings.
If you are buying your first canister filter, here is some advice from other beginners and novices who purchased the Marineland C360 Canister Filter.
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“Discounting the fact that the filter is reasonably priced, this is an easy to use/clean filter. It also supplies sufficient flow for larger tanks. I’m using both the 360 and 220 filters on a 70 gal and 40 gal tanks housing cichlids…These filters will go a month between cleanings and has sufficient water flow”