Or it could just be a good little air pumpHi MySquishy
Its rated at .6 litres per minute. That’s not much air . I work on around 1.5 litres per minute per sponge as a rough guide. Clearly I am wrong in my calculations? Clearly it’s enough for one sponge and like you I have only good reviews.I have seen them used in deep tanks ( pushing air under pressure) Only good reviews is warning enough.
It’s small and I don’t think made originally as a permanent part of a live support system. It’s ideal as a spare when the power goes out and to use in a car from what I have seen. Low voltage would be good outside. Do they offer any spare parts ? Can it even be pulled apart?
$8,99 it’s a throw away perhaps?
Let me say I have a lot of time for Cory and follow him. But at the end of the day he is a business man with a family to feed.
Three USPS ?
Just a thought.
The Price per litre of air pumped is quickly going to jump if you start buying 3 of those little unserviceable ,non permanent, Devices .
Pumping 0.6 litres of air is an expensive toy.
This advertisement is in Australian dollars but even so 30 litres per minute for $100 Australian.
IMO it seems like a good pump (I was looking at it yesterday), but Aquarium Co-Op's shipping is just too much for me to handle!