|by Tania Ortiz||Date Added: Tuesday 06 August, 2013|
I enjoy using it on my fish tank.It does what I need it to do. It makes my fish happy.
|by ray mumme||Date Added: Saturday 06 July, 2013|
I found that it did not push as much air as it claimed to push in the literature. So I returned it over another model.
|by Joe||Date Added: Wednesday 13 March, 2013|
I tried the brown 7.0psi with rheostat before this one. The SL-65 pumps way more air. I build Skimmers for fish and reef tanks and this works great for a 6' tall skimmer with 8 lime wood air stones. You could use the adjustable one on a 4' skimmer as the SL-65 will over power it. I would try the SL-35 as well.
|by Dollie A. Arrington||Date Added: Tuesday 05 March, 2013|
I like this very much and thought it was very good but the only downfall to this is that the product get hot and the noise is very loud but seem likke after a while it dies down i think it a good buy
|by James H. Crowning "jim crowning"||Date Added: Tuesday 29 January, 2013|
great pump very powerful a little noisy but what do you expect with that much output.Air pump gets a little on the warm side while running as welloverall so far pump is doing its job.
|by JPF||Date Added: Tuesday 11 December, 2012|
I thought this would be a crappy cheap purchase but my experience with the unit has been great. It's effin loud, no doubt, but for what it does, it's actually relatively quiet. This thing pounds out air like nobodies business. I've had this thing plugged in and running for a year straight. It gets a little warm so if you have a small fan to point at the compressor while running, it will significantly reduce the heat signature coming from the unit. This will also help the unit last longer and run better as hot operating temperature adds wear and tear to anything.