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Old 10-07-2012, 10:48 PM   #1
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what water changer do you recommend?

I recently had the connector assembly break on my marina aqua-vac, so I'm looking to just buy a whole new one instead of getting a new part lol. So what do you guys recommend? I found an aqueon water changer, 25 feet, for $24 on Amazon.
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Old 10-07-2012, 11:00 PM   #2
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I recently had the connector assembly break on my marina aqua-vac, so I'm looking to just buy a whole new one instead of getting a new part lol. So what do you guys recommend? I found an aqueon water changer, 25 feet, for $24 on Amazon.
Hey!! That one is fine! I went with the 50 footer but I love mine and you'll love yours too!

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I recently had the connector assembly break on my marina aqua-vac, so I'm looking to just buy a whole new one instead of getting a new part lol. So what do you guys recommend? I found an aqueon water changer, 25 feet, for $24 on Amazon.
I have that one it works great.
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Awesome lol so is that a good price? I have a 50 foot hose from the other one in case I need it.
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Awesome lol so is that a good price? I have a 50 foot hose from the other one in case I need it.
24 bucks is a good price IMO, cheapest I found was 23 on thatpetplace
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I got my aqueon 25' from Drs. Foster & Smith for $23 or so. I love it! You may need to pick up a faucet adapter from a hardware store, though. I had to and I have a pretty basic / common sink faucet.
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I got my aqueon 25' from Drs. Foster & Smith for $23 or so. I love it! You may need to pick up a faucet adapter from a hardware store, though. I had to and I have a pretty basic / common sink faucet.
Foster Smith has good prices on those. And free shipping for any order over $49. Buy the water changer and add on some other stuff to get the free shipping. Food, treats, etc.
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I went ahead and got the one on Amazon. Thankfully I didn't need a faucet adapter. I also got some planting tools, a co2 diffuser, and a canister filter ^.^
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I went ahead and got the one on Amazon. Thankfully I didn't need a faucet adapter. I also got some planting tools, a co2 diffuser, and a canister filter ^.^
Sounds like some good news!! Glad to hear.
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Lol yea I reckon I'm set for a while :P
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