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Old 05-06-2008, 09:42 PM   #11
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I just used mine the other day for the first time...it is SO worth $30, what a great deal. Using this will increase my enjoyment of the hobby and decrease the dread that builds over time in dealing with water changes. You really cant go wrong with a Python!
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I have one. I used it about three time before I changed my substrate from CC to sand. I can see it's uses but not a great item for SW tanks.
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The Python rocks....however, the only part that sucks on it is the white and green plastic turn valve "on and off switch". If your water pressure is high, it will crack and blow off the entire assembly and leave you hosing down the walls.

This product has kept me in the aquarium hobby.
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I have one. I used it about three time before I changed my substrate from CC to sand. I can see it's uses but not a great item for SW tanks.
Wanna get rid of it? I would be more than willing to take it off your hands, and allow you to reclaim that "wasted" space under your tank!
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I love mine. I only got the 25' model. I run it right out the window and hook it to the hose out back since its right below my window and about 12' max from any part of my tank.
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