E-X-T 800 Inline Pump - Cobalt Aquatics

E-X-T 800 Inline Pump - Cobalt Aquatics
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E-X-T 800 Inline Pump - Cobalt Aquatics

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SKU: 208297
$34.69
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Quick Overview

Inline pump with 5/8" hose barbs and locking rings to be used in a variety of aquarium set ups.

  • Install internally or externally

  • Position to pull or push water through the system

  • Maximum Flow Rate: 210 GPH (800 lph)

  • 5/8" hose barb with locking rings

  • Silent operation

  • Integrated suction cup mounts

  • 3-year Warranty from Cobalt Aquatics.


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Pump Features

  • Max Flow: 210 GPH
  • Max Head: 3.6 Ft.
  • Power Consumption: 8 Watts
  • If pump is used externally it must be primed before powered on

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  • Excellent By Tyter on 7/9/2016

    All I can say is that the other person posting about it not working in line must have air in his plumbing. Probably has it on the return side and didnt prime it. I use it on the inlet side in line and it self primes that way below water level.
  • Works great if you know how to use it By PB_Smith on 5/19/2015

    This is a great little pump. It can either push or pull water, but produces very little head pressure so you do have to prime it whenever you use it externally, it will not begin a siphon on it's own.
    If using it externally it should be placed no lower than about 12" from the water level, at that level you should get pretty decent flow from it. Placing it just below the water line and you get full flow rate from it.
    Remember, gravity is your friend and water always seeks it's own level, use that knowledge to your advantage. ;)
  • Does not perform as advertised By Duke on 3/13/2014

    The pump is supposed work without being underwater, with only the inlet submersed. I tried everything, but it would only pump when the pump was underwater. I contacted the manufacturer,they exchanged it for me, ( great customer service) but the replacement pump would not perform as advertised either. It works fine when completely submersed.