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WON Pro-Heat IC Heater 50 W

WON Pro-Heat IC Heater 50 W


Item #: WB1111

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Heating Tube Length: 10.25" features:

  • Titanium heating tube.
  • Fully submersible.
  • Automatic protection mechanism activates when sensor wiring is disconnected or shorted.
  • Double protection tube.
  • Very durable & reliable.
  • Safe & easy to operate.
  • Thermostat uses IC (Integrated Circuit) to control the heater to adjust desired aquarium temperature.
  • Operating temperature range: 60 F to 93 F.
  • Titanium is highly resistant to chemicals normally found in saltwater.
  • Controlled by micro computer with high precision of ±1°F.
  • Can be mounted horizontally or vertically.
  • Full one year warranty.
Gal 10 20 30 40 55 75 90 120 150 180 200 250
10F Watts 53 80 93 107 127 147 160 180 200 213 220 233
15F Watts 80 120 140 160 190 220 240 270 300 320 330 350
20F Watts 106 160 187 213 253 293 320 360 400 425 440 467
25F Watts 200 200 233 265 316 367 400 450 500 533 550 583

*Caution:  The titanium heater is for main glass aquarium tank use only.  Do not use the titanium heating tube in an acrylic sump tank (wet / dry trickle filter tank) of designed module tank.

Manufacturer information

Won Brothers
Won Brothers, Inc. is an innovative company which manufactures, imports, and exports only the highest quality products and accessories for the aquarium industry. They have proudly been offering affordable, quality aquarium and pond products to the industry, with a goal of providing quality assurance to customers. Won Brothers, Inc. consistently develops new products that make caring for aquariums and ponds a more enjoyable experience. All Won Brothers, Inc. products are tested in a laboratory-like setting before being offered to the market.

3 Stars

jonathan gomez

Reviewed on
January 13, 2012

No, I would not recommend this.


Don't get me wrong this heater worked great for the first year or so but then it messed up on me. Which is where it went all bad.... I would rather something stop working completely then what happened with this heater. I came home from work to see my tank at 93 degrees and most of everything in my tank roasted. The heater won't turn off now even with the dial turned all the way down. If you have this heater keep and eye out for this malfunction or you may lose eveything if your tank!

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Reviewed on
February 22, 2009

Yes, I would recommend this.

In the Sump!

I have two of these heaters working my 240g. I specifically have them placed in the sump where they and their cords are not visible. I like the external temperature sensor which ensures that the heater is not directly affecting the sensor and prematurely turning off the heater elements. The 5th star is missing because the controller is too wide to place two of them side by side on a double outlet. Each controler practically takes up an full outlet on it's own.

Was this review helpful? 6 0


Reviewed on
November 19, 2008

Yes, I would recommend this.

Works well until it doesn't

I've used Won heaters exclusively in my 3 tanks for a few years. 1 50w, 1 100w, 1 150w. The 50w unit worked well until it stopped working one day, after about a year. Chalking it up to a fluke, I replaced it. The replacement worked well too, until just over a year later, it stopped working too... I think I'm going to switch to Marineland Stealth heaters next -- looking for another heater that doesn't light up the tank with an indicator light at night (tank's next to my bed). If you get one, watch it for failure!

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l. yeung

Reviewed on
September 22, 2008

Yes, I would recommend this.

Dont get fooled!

Dont get fooled by the picture. There is a temperature probe that also goes into the tank that is attached to the controller, but is not shown in the picture. You will have two wires coming out of the tank. I based my purchase on the picture, which shows only one wire.

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jerri allen

Reviewed on
March 11, 2008

Yes, I would recommend this.

Excellent Heater

Heater in 55 gal freshwater tank for about a week now & no complaints. I especially like the detached sensor that allows for the reading to be taken from a different location in the tank that within the heater. Easy to read dial... All suction cups are strong and powerful. Absolutely no complaints.

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Reviewed on
January 14, 2008

Yes, I would recommend this.

I would recommend it

This heater is pretty much idiot proof, low profile, and a good price. The only thing I don't like or understand is the external temperatur pickup that has to be suction cupped right next to the heating unit. Just another wire hanging out of my tank that doesn't need to be there.

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Reviewed on
December 19, 2007

No, I would not recommend this.

Blew a fuse!

My Won titanium heater worked fine on my dual temp controller for about 18 months. Then it overheated (even though it was on a temp controller!) and blew the fuse the tank was on. Fortunately someone was home to reset the breaker. The heater no longer works. Why risk your tank?

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Reviewed on
December 09, 2007

No, I would not recommend this.


I bought 3 of these heaters about 6 months ago. first one failed after 3 months and nearly boiled my fish; second one just stopped working after 4 months and the third had a shift in the thermostat sensitivity and started heating up the tank and now has quit working at all. don't buy this product.

Was this review helpful? 5 0

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