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Why do they make these out of plastic? I usually buy these off ebay every couple of years as a "waterbed fill kit" for $5-7 when the plastic threads start to wear. Quick scan of ebay says these are running around $10 shipped now.


That price tracking website says this is the lowest price.

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https://www.amazon.com/Python-13B...918&sr=8-7 OOS

Also the same price at Chewy.com free shipping w/$49.

https://www.chewy.com/python-aqua.../dp/133621
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If you're constantly screwing/unscrewing from the plastic parts, you're doing it wrong. Buy some metal (brass) quick connects, like these:
https://www.amazon.com/ShowNew-Ga...07R5BKTMT/
Not the python replacement I was hoping for
Got 3. This is handy to have around, because it's basically a $3 suction water pump with a decent lift. I used it to drain out the bilge in my boat. You can connect a regular hose to it then use the water flow to drain water from somewhere else.

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tu for aquarium deals. this will be good to have on hand as a backup, thanks op
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Not the python replacement I was hoping for
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Nice find!
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If you're constantly screwing/unscrewing from the plastic parts, you're doing it wrong. Buy some metal (brass) quick connects, like these:
https://www.amazon.com/ShowNew-Ga...07R5BKTMT/
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Got 3. This is handy to have around, because it's basically a $3 suction water pump with a decent lift. I used it to drain out the bilge in my boat. You can connect a regular hose to it then use the water flow to drain water from somewhere else.
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If you're constantly screwing/unscrewing from the plastic parts, you're doing it wrong. Buy some metal (brass) quick connects, like these:
https://www.amazon.com/ShowNew-Ga...07R5BKTMT/
Some folks are skeptical of using brass when it comes to their reef aquariums. Coral can be sensitive, but for any other use you're right.
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This thing wastes a lot of water. It requires two hoses and a facet. The water needs to be running to supply the suction. Just FYI.
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Some folks are skeptical of using brass when it comes to their reef aquariums. Coral can be sensitive, but for any other use you're right.
You can still use it to drain water from a reef, but not refill, so the brass is moot.
You shouldn't be using tap water for reefs in the first place. Mix RO with reef salt separately before adding into the tank
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Some folks are skeptical of using brass when it comes to their reef aquariums. Coral can be sensitive, but for any other use you're right.
I found this solution at our state fair. I'm sure it can be had cheaper as I don't believe I spent this much even with 3 hose sprayers included...but hopefully it helps someone make that quick connect dream a reality like I did Big Grin https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005HJ5...SFb0V5HJ49

Edit: here we go. 20 bucks cheaper on eBay https://www.ebay.com/itm/Siroflex...890.l49292
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Python system was the best investment I made for my aquarium. Absolute gamechanger for water changes.
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Python system was the best investment I made for my aquarium. Absolute gamechanger for water changes.
You aren't kidding. Makes things a million times easier.
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This thing wastes a lot of water. It requires two hoses and a facet. The water needs to be running to supply the suction. Just FYI.
Yeah, it does. After using mine for a while, I figured that since I'm draining to the basement level (1 floor down, but still like 40' run), I can have gravity keep the suction going. it works MOST of the time, but sometimes I need to jump start it. I'm sure MANY gallons are saved. But , I know the main point of this is so you can fill up in rooms that are mostly closer (bath, kitchen)
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Just one hose

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This thing wastes a lot of water. It requires two hoses and a facet. The water needs to be running to supply the suction. Just FYI.
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