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Old 08-10-2008, 11:25 PM   #1
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well i used my new python for the first time today to do a water change in my 29 gallon... all i have to say is... how did i ever live without this thing... no carrying buckets... not a drop of water on the floor... no walking back and forth to the sink... if you dont yet own a python GET ONE... best invention ever... i bought it for the 180 gal ill be purchasing in a few months but couldnt wait to try it out so i did tonight... yep... A-W-E-S-O-M-E... thats all i have to say... good night

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What did you vacuum your gravel or sand with if you didn't use a python? I'm a little confused.
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I have 3 tanks, bought the python, I couldn't be happier. I bow down to it!! Only thing is, don't try and do other things while you are filling up. My tank over flowed while I was working another tank. It's easy to forget.... Luckily I cleaned it up before my boyfriend got home.
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Old 08-10-2008, 11:56 PM   #4
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What did you vacuum your gravel or sand with if you didn't use a python? I'm a little confused
i just had a regular run of the mill syphon gravel vac and used a 5 gallon bucket... carried it all the way outside then back and forth to my sink... it sucked... the python is my new best friend

i mean yeah currently i only have a 29 gal tank but even so its much much MUCH easier... and when i get the 180?... using a bucket that would take me hours to fill
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