Maxspect Razor 300w or alternative

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Hi,
I'm looking to order a Red Sea 525 tank. Someone has recommended the above lights for it, whereas someone else is suggesting the evergrow it2080 or it2120?
What are your thoughts on these, or are there different ones that you would recommend?

Thank you


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Reply #1

What's your budget Claire?


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Reply #2

Hmm around £700/800?


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Reply #3

Either of those would be good for that price then, I've heard good things about the evergrows and they have more control off channels compared to the razor.


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Reply #4

I have the  it2107 love it . I think the it2120 wud fit over your tank nice

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Reply #5

Umm... Maybe I paid out a little more than what I was thinking... I've bought 3 hydra 26 hd's!
They looked stunning in the shop! Reviews seem positive too


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Reply #6

Lol, there a very good light, I have 4 hydra 52's over my 6x3x2


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