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PERSUPER via Amazon has Fish Tank Gravel Cleaner [amazon.com] on sale for $11.89 w/ 42% OFF code SIO94BCM. The code is also available for the Aquarium Air Pump [amazon.com].
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Thanks OP !!
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That is a good deal. I've been looking for one of these and the price is just right for me to BITE!! hahah
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Bought both, the portable air pump will definitely come in handy for emergencies. Thanks!
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Used to have something similar, the clip really makes water change less messy.
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Not trying to threadcrap here, but I would VERY much recommend to "splurge" and spend the extra $8 on a hose that is longer that you can run to a floor drain or connect directly to a sink and save yourself the back ache of carrying around 5 gallon buckets to drain and fill your aquarium.

https://www.amazon.com/Aqueon-Aquarium-Water-Changer-Feet/dp/B000YAJKL6/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=aqueon+w... [amazon.com]

That is WELL worth the extra $8 for the ease of maintenance.
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Got one of each. Needed a new gravel cleaner and it's never a bad idea to prepare for power outages living in an area known for ice storms.

Anyone know a heater to use if power goes out?
I have a generator but for extra precaution I would like another backup.

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Got one of each. Needed a new gravel cleaner and it's never a bad idea to prepare for power outages living in an area known for ice storms.

Anyone know a heater to use if power goes out?
I have a generator but for extra precaution I would like another backup.

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I think one of the lesser expensive Emergency heating options I've heard of people using is a large well sealed bottle with calcium chloride and water in it. Requires no power.
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I think one of the lesser expensive Emergency heating options I've heard of people using is a large well sealed bottle with calcium chloride and water in it. Requires no power.
Scary to put that in my tank, but thanks for the suggestion. Definitely an emergency backup!
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Not trying to threadcrap here, but I would VERY much recommend to "splurge" and spend the extra $8 on a hose that is longer that you can run to a floor drain or connect directly to a sink and save yourself the back ache of carrying around 5 gallon buckets to drain and fill your aquarium.

https://www.amazon.com/Aqueon-Aquarium-Water-Changer-Feet/dp/B000YAJKL6/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=aqueon+w... [amazon.com]

That is WELL worth the extra $8 for the ease of maintenance.
I wish I could. I was looking into a python.
Got a Moen detachable handle in my kitchen.
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Code not working for pump

*edit. Working now and 10% coupon clipped. $10.83 after tax for me.
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Thank you!!
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Scary to put that in my tank, but thanks for the suggestion. Definitely an emergency backup!
I feel you there, if i were to do it I would use a 2 liter bottle. I'd probably fill it only 3/4 of the way and float it with cap facing up. Would probably be just fine.
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I wish I could. I was looking into a python.
Got a Moen detachable handle in my kitchen.
Yeah some faucets just plain wont work with them. That said there are a lot of adapters and a "universal" that is rubber ans stretchy and I think uses a hose clamp.

Some of those handles unscrew at the base and can fit an adapter. My past utility sink faucet handle could be removed and then fit an adapter.
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