2 in 1 Metal Bubble Counter + Check Valve

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2 in 1 Metal Bubble Counter + Check Valve

Product code: 1259
CO-AZ-E03

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$19.95
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2 in 1 Metal Bubble Counter + Check Valve


2 in 1 Metal Bubble Counter + Check Valve.

Fits standard needle valves including Milwaukee and Reef Fanatic.

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  1. Count great, #1 internal check valve Review by Vincent

    I have put a 4, because it is not mentioned that you MUST wrap with teflon tape the top of the bubble counter and screw it very tight.

    I had leak at start, now it seems ok. (Posted on 8/5/2013)

  2. 2 in 1 metal bubbler Review by JC in NYC

    You need to wrap bottom and top with teflon tape and tighten very well otherwise it will leak. If you teflon and tighten it is very good...better than the stock Milwaukee counter (Posted on 9/22/2011)

  3. Does its job Review by Gundlach

    The trick is using Teflon tape on the threads and then I used a small wrench to make the fitting real snug. I had a slight gas leak at the base of this thing, but once I did more than hand tighten it, the problem was quickly solved. Now it works amazing! (Posted on 4/1/2011)

  4. perfect Review by Newt

    easy to use... easy to see! (Posted on 3/26/2011)


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2 in 1 Metal Bubble Counter + Check Valve 5 out of 1 5 based on 4 ratings. 4 user reviews.
Count great, #1 internal check valve Review by Vincent
I have put a 4, because it is not mentioned that you MUST wrap with teflon tape the top of the bubble counter and screw it very tight.

I had leak at start, now it seems ok.
(Posted on 8/5/2013)
2 in 1 metal bubbler Review by JC in NYC
You need to wrap bottom and top with teflon tape and tighten very well otherwise it will leak. If you teflon and tighten it is very good...better than the stock Milwaukee counter (Posted on 9/22/2011)
Does its job Review by Gundlach
The trick is using Teflon tape on the threads and then I used a small wrench to make the fitting real snug. I had a slight gas leak at the base of this thing, but once I did more than hand tighten it, the problem was quickly solved. Now it works amazing! (Posted on 4/1/2011)
perfect Review by Newt
easy to use... easy to see! (Posted on 3/26/2011)
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