Aqua Culture: 5-15 Gallon, Single Outlet Aquarium Air Pump, 1 Ct

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Aqua Culture: 5-15 Gallon, Single Outlet Aquarium Air Pump, 1 Ct

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The Aqua Culture Single Outlet Aquarium Air Pump is a smart choice for anyone who wants a reliable aquarium pump for their fish tank. This powerful Aqua Culture Aquarium Air Pump is designed for 5-15 gallon aquariums and can accommodate up to three air-powered devices, including bubble stones, action ornaments and under-gravel filters. The Aqua Air Pump includes one check valve and pumps up to 1200cc per minute.

Aqua Culture: 5-15 Gallon, Single Outlet Aquarium Air Pump, 1 Ct:
  • Includes one check valve
  • C-United laboratory listed-US
  • Pumps up to 1200cc per minute


Model No.: 0079285405132
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.677
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 4.251 x 3.307 x 2.361
Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
Origin of Components: Imported
Walmart No.: 000816262

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Rated 3.5 out of 5★ by 38reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by nice pump This pump works well for me, I've been using the same one for about three years with no problems. Good for about 5" of airstone, if your using a larger airstone, buy a larger pump. It circulates the water in my 10 gallon nicely, no complaints here. 06/19/2009
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Great Price I bought it to use with two turtles and it does make a little bit of noise, but it works great, i have had no issues with it and it is a great value! 03/03/2010
Rated 2 out of 5★ by Don't be Cheap I bought this for my 10 gallon tank in my office and it lasted about 5 months. The diaphragm has a tear in it. Looks like the screw that holds it on heated up and melted it. Spend the money and go with a better brand. Also can't find replacement parts or I would fix it myself. 05/28/2009
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Gets the job done, but not the best. You can't beat the price on this one, but it would be better to buy a tetra one. This one is pretty loud, and not very powerful, but it gets the job done. I would say it should be a 5 gallon max for this one, since it is in my 5 gallon and isn't very powerful. 02/07/2009
Rated 3 out of 5★ by Economy to the max "Standard Aquarium tubing" is 3/16" which this pump takes and you need some.The pump air output in GPH (gallons per hour) is 18 GPHIt is very noisy, but then again if noise isn't a problem and you want a disposible pump, you won't go wrong for only $6. Who knows, it might work a few years. The problem area is on the plastic connector area. They get brittle and break all by themselves, so it's really the luck of the draw depending if your pump happens to be especially strong or weak around that area. The vibrations of the pump can lead to the breakage all by themselves, so don't feel bad if you get more than a year, and don'rt forget Walmart has a 90 day return policy if it breaks that soon and you want to wait in customer service for a refund or exchange for a do-over... 06/08/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Nice little pump! I bought this at my local WalMart & I think I'm going back for another one! It works great, puts out quite a bit of air & isn't too noisy at all. I use it to power a small corner/box filter with some DeNitrate in it to help remove nitrates from my goldfish tank & it's doing it's job well. Lots of bubbles! 01/10/2012
Rated 1 out of 5★ by Trust Me Dont Do It... We bought three of these pumps in one month and they all broke. There is a black sort of gasket on the inside thst pushes the air into the tank, it has ripped everytime... 10/03/2009
Rated 1 out of 5★ by Cheaply made product. I've had this just under 1 month and the plastic attachment that the air hose goes on has already broken off after normal handling and gently trying to remove the air hose. It pulled the plastic piece right off with no force. (No wiggling or anything, just a straight tug and it broke right off) It was actually stuck in the end of the air hose. Just for comparison, I also have another air pump on a separate tank that I do the same with, and I have had that same pump since the late 1990's and it still works just as well and has never broke. (It's an AQT3001).Other things about this filter is it's very loud and will also move across flat surfaces if you don't secure it, so I had to eventually put a cloth under it because of the noise and movement. For the loud rattle/vibration it has, it doesn't have that much power. Once again, the old, out of date air pump I have is stronger, but quieter and doesn't move, so that's saying a lot about a product that is less than a month old. 12/27/2013
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