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Aqueon Aquarium Water Changer 25’ amazon.com $19.48

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Aqueon Aquarium Water Changer 25'
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Same price at chewy.com
https://www.chewy.com/aqueon-aqua.../dp/128938


The 50' version is 31.86 also at both stores
https://www.amazon.com/Aqueon-Aqu...th=1&psc=1

Petsmart will price match in store chewy.com.
This has been as low as $18 for the 25' that I personally know of but thought it was still worth posting as it is a good price.

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This is nice, the hose goes both ways.
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This is nice, the hose goes both ways.
That's correct, it's a bi-hose.
Good value for anyone with a decent sized tank!
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That's correct, it's a bi-hose.
Good value for anyone with a decent sized tank!

Wait, I've been told it was one way or the other from the date of manufacture.

Be sure it's compatible with your sink nozzle
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Anyone know if this would work with a standard bathroom sync? I used to have the python (which was great) and my bathroom sinks weren't deep enough so I had to run it to the kitchen (which didn't thrill the wife as she didn't adore fish poop in her kitchen sink). Kitchen sync wouldn't even be an option now as my current setup is upstairs and nowhere near the kitchen.
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Anyone know if this would work with a standard bathroom sync? I used to have the python (which was great) and my bathroom sinks weren't deep enough so I had to run it to the kitchen (which didn't thrill the wife as she didn't adore fish poop in her kitchen sink). Kitchen sync wouldn't even be an option now as my current setup is upstairs and nowhere near the kitchen.
I wonder if a shower head has the same threads? Would be a narly waterfall and would need a good curtain but maybe possible ? No?

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Would this work for siphoning gas from a gas tank to another?
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I wonder if a shower head has the same threads? Would be a narly waterfall and would need a good curtain but maybe possible ? No?

Just thinking outside the box for yuh
It's really not even the threads I'm worried about as various adapters can be found at hardware stores. I'm more concerned that my bathroom sync isn't deep enough to support that plastic piece that sticks out. I wouldn't want to use a shower head as the shower is used daily and I wouldn't want to take the shower head on and off too often (it's a smaller tank so I do weekly water changes).


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This is nice, the hose goes both ways.
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Have had an aquarium for years and have always been leary of this type of setup. How do you keep your fish from getting killed by the chlorine in the water coming from the faucet?
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Have had an aquarium for years and have always been leary of this type of setup. How do you keep your fish from getting killed by the chlorine in the water coming from the faucet?
Prime (Seachem) , or other dechlorinator. It's a quick minimal additive that works great. May I ask how you got your water previously years ago if tap water worries you? RO system?
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Purigen, or other dechlorinator. It's a quick minimal additive that works great. May I ask how you got your water previously years ago if tap water worries you? RO system?
I use a dechlorinator but mix it in Home Depot buckets first and let it set for 15 minutes (to somewhat normalize the temp) then pour it in. For this type of setup, would you put the dechlorinator in the tank before turning the hose on from the faucet?
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I use a dechlorinator but mix it in Home Depot buckets first and let it set for 15 minutes (to somewhat normalize the temp) then pour it in. For this type of setup, would you put the dechlorinator in the tank before turning the hose on from the faucet?
I have a 125
Gallon with discus and l-201 plecos, a 75 gallon with discus and l-046 plecos, a 40 gallon pleco grow out aquarium and a 29 and 10 gallon for new babies. I have always just dumped in an accordingly cap full prime/ half cap full of prime. I keep my fx6 filters running the whole time for 20% changes and just turn off the heaters in tanks where they will break the plain of water. Thriving aquatic life over here. Cooler water changes have always inspired spawning. Mixes in just fine
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I have a 125
Gallon with discus and l-201 plecos, a 75 gallon with discus and l-046 plecos, a 40 gallon pleco grow out aquarium and a 29 and 10 gallon for new babies. I have always just dumped in an accordingly cap full prime/ half cap full of prime. I keep my fx6 filters running the whole time for 20% changes and just turn off the heaters in tanks where they will break the plain of water. Thriving aquatic life over here. Cooler water changes have always inspired spawning. Mixes in just fine
Thanks! May need to bite on this and save my back the work of hauling those heavy 5 gallon buckets of water across the room then lifting them up to pour them in. I'll probably still vacuum by hand as I pour the water on my plants outside to fertilize them with the fish waste.
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