Cobalt Aquatics Oxypro LED Air Pump 150

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Cobalt Aquatics Oxypro LED Air Pump 150

Product code: 4840
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$69.95
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Cobalt Oxypro LED Air Pump 150The Cobalt OXY-PRO air pumps feature innovative electronic adjustment to provide precise amount of air to run airstones, air-driven ornaments, sponge or undergravel filters. The powerful internal system delivers incredible power to push 40gph of air down to 78 of depth. Innovative double chamber and elevated rubber feet work together to dampen vibrations, eliminating noise. 3-Year Warranty

Cobalt Oxypro LED Air Pump 150

The Cobalt OXY-PRO air pumps feature innovative electronic adjustment to provide precise amount of air to run airstones, air-driven ornaments, sponge or undergravel filters. The powerful internal system delivers incredible power to push 40gph of air down to 78” of depth. Innovative double chamber and elevated rubber feet work together to dampen vibrations, eliminating noise.

3-Year Warranty

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  1. Very quiet Review by Taylor
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    I have been looking for a very quiet air pump and stumbled upon this one. It is be far the quietest I have used. I have it inside my saltwater 55gal and my custom 100gal deep tank. Pushes tons of air and barely makes a sound. (Posted on 1/24/2015)


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Very quiet Review by Taylor
Product Rating:
I have been looking for a very quiet air pump and stumbled upon this one. It is be far the quietest I have used. I have it inside my saltwater 55gal and my custom 100gal deep tank. Pushes tons of air and barely makes a sound. (Posted on 1/24/2015)