Wave2k Wave Maker

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  1. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    These relatively new wave makers look great. Anyone heard anything about them? I have heard nothing but good things since they stuck a notched belt on the drive.

    And they are on sale for $199 including shipping through December 2002!


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  3. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    Check out these movies!!!!!  8)







     
  4. karlas

    karlas Fire Goby

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    thanks matt ive been thinkin bout a wave maker ill check those out
     
  5. CheckMateKingll

    CheckMateKingll Feather Duster

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    This WaveMaker has an interesting concept, does anybody have one?
    Is there a Vendor that carries them, so I can see specs.?
     
  6. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    There were some specs in that first quote. It pulls in and pushes out 8.8 gallons each cycle every six seconds! I WANT ONE!

    I have heard nothing but good things since they fixed the first belts...
     
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    CheckMateKingll Feather Duster

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    Matt,,
    I am referring to Dimemsions for size referral,,,
    I like the concept but am wondering if it fits on a 55gal. with a center brace.... [smiley=book2.gif]
     
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  9. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    The center unit is something like 16"x15"x2.5" going from memory. They have them on their site somewhere, link on the first post. Plus they just came out with a smaller one too.
     
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    links no workie
     
  11. Land_Fish

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    I have a big center brace and don't think I can attach it anywhere... bummer I like the idea but think the cost is a little high.
     
  12. Scuba

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    I would like one, but for now I will stay with the powersweeps (one on each end of the tank) for now.