NeWave prop style pump

Discussion in 'Test Kits, Controllers, Reactors and Dosers' started by viper357, 12 Jan 2010.

  1. viper357

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    Very impressive
     
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    Impressive but DAMN I think they look a bit ugly. Like having a few hair dryers in your tank :razz:
     
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    any idea on the price?
     
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    mmmm i like new toys would love to try this pump out to see if its bang for buck? but appearence is also an issue for me..
     
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    Maybe looking like it dose, makes it more efficient.
    I wonder what the physical size compares like to other pumps.
     
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    Looks very cool. Any of the sponsors going to be stocking them?

    Any idea if they come with Magnets?
     
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    Nice. Thanks for sharing Dean
     
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    nice low wattage would like to try one out as well
     
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    Could be mistaken, but looks like they attach with a suction cup like the GPS brackets?
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    Also saw that. Those are usually quiet strong. Has anyone had experience with these types of clamps?
     
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    Pity they dont come in a higher L/PH - I have 2 x 15000l/hr Resun wavemakers and they are bulky as hell - these are at least more compact, and far better looking than the chunky SEIOs

    Magnets are a must, I dont care how "patent pending" the suction caps are, what with coralline and other encrusters, suction caps are no good (thats my humble opinion anyhow)
     
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    Suction cups can work but i prefer magnets...il sleep better at night knowing i wont wake up to all my corals covered in sand.
     
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    Fully agree! I'm currently having the same problem with my resun wavemakers that dont have magnets and its a pain!!!
     
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    It kinda looks like the same style that the Hydor pumps use,

    Garmin suction on the inside and magnet on the outside
     
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    Well looking for prices at
    Whats New in Aquatics Online
    I converted the piund price to Rand on todays exhange rate

    NeWave 1000 Circulation Pump £24.99 - 301.551 ZAR
    NeWave 2000 Circulation Pump £31.58 - 381.072 ZAR
    NeWave 3000 Circulation Pump £42.74 - 515.738 ZAR
    NeWave 4000 Circulation Pump £45.12 - 544.457 ZAR
    NeWave 5500 Circulation Pump £49.63 - 598.879 ZAR
    NeWave 6500 Circulation Pump £54.14 - 653.301 ZAR

    So the pump price range from about R300 to R650 - not too bad
    Now I wonder what our local LFS will charge us when (if ever) we get these
     
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    Nice pricing there
     
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    i own a uk shipping company if you guys want to do a bulk order ;)
     
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    Do you seriously? If you do I think I may need to make use of you.:biggrin:
     
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