RSS Sicce Voyager HP pumps hit the market

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    The Sicce Voyager HP pumps have finally hit the market making their appearance at online vendors over the last few weeks. As we noted before, the Sicce Voyager may not be the prettiest looking mass water movers on the market but with four models ranging from 2,800 to 4,000 GPH, these can push some serious flow. With silent operation and constructed with a rather durable rotor, ceramic seats and a ceramic shaft combined with the overall electronic engineering of the motor, will ensure the pump always starts in the correct direction without vibration, chatter or noise. *These advances were the big reason we chose it as one of Reef Builders Staff picks as one of the best products of 2010 plus these make it a perfect option for use on a wavemaking device or with the Sicce Wave Surfer we peeked at before.



    We’ve been calling the largest of the Sicce Voyager HP devices the Voyager 10 but it appears the company has dropped the sequential numeric nomenclature in favor of the flow rate of the pumps. So if you are looking to add a Sicce Voyager HP to your system the Sicce*Voyager HP 2,800 hits 2,800 GPH, the Voyager HP 3200 hitting 3,200 GPH, the Voyager HP 3600 at 3,600 GPH and the big daddy Voyager HP 4000 hitting 4,000 GPH. As far as pricing, the smallest Voyager HP is running for around $145 with the largest coming in around $190.


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    they wicked...we already have stock on order......will be here in a few weeks;)
     
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    Damn that is ugly. Looks like a machine gun. Too many straight angles.
     
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    depends on your taste...lol......i had samples in my hand, they really nice
     
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    Marco is right...i also had alook at them and the Quality is very good.

    The magnet these pumps come with is just amazing.

    Cant wait for the launch:)
     
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    check out the youtube clips on them they are very easily dismantled for cleaning and reasembled.

    lovley pump.
     
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    thats right.......and there power consumption is also great
     
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