jQuery UI Accordion - Default functionality

Sicce MI MOUSE Pump (82 GPH)

Sicce MI MOUSE Pump (82 GPH) with Packaging
Click on image to zoom
View full size image

More Views

  • Sicce MI MOUSE Pump (82 GPH) with Packaging
  • Sicce MI MOUSE Pump (82 GPH) View 2
  • Sicce MI MOUSE Pump (82 GPH) View 3
  • Sicce MI MOUSE Pump (82 GPH) View 4

Sicce MI MOUSE Pump (82 GPH)

100% Recommend this to a friend (4 of 4)

SKU: 207728
$17.99
Please wait...
OR
Orders over
$175
Ship Free
17
Reward points What's this?
Ships tomorrow

Quick Overview

Sicce's Mi Mouse pump is a fully submersible, compact pump with excellent performance. Small size is great for indoor fountains, aquariums, terrariums and turtle tanks.
  • Output: 82 GPH

  • Max Head Height: 1.8 Ft

  • Flow Regulator

  • Power Consumption: 6.2W

  • Outlet Tube Adapter Size: 3/8"

  • Dimensions: 1.65" x 2.3" x 1.81"

  • Silent operation thanks to vibration-dampening rubber pads
More

Related Products

Ask a question

Please Sign up or Login to ask a question

Previously Asked Questions

  • by Khris on September 2, 2014, @11:06 AM

    I'm looking for a submersible pump to place in a 5 gallon bucket to pump water from the bucket into my display tank for water changes. I would allow it to run while I refilled the bucket from other buckets until total volume of the water change is achieved. My question regarding the sicce mouse concerns the inlet and outlet. What kind of plumbing(hard/soft) will it accept? I would prefer flexible tubing over sch40 for ease of use and storage. If this is not the pump for me, any recommendations would be welcome.

    Thanks BRS!

    Bulk Reef Supply Hi Khris,

    While the Mouse is a great little pump I don't think you would be happy with it for this application. It has a maximum head height of just under 2 feet meaning that unless you were pumping water directly into your sump it may not work at all.

    Even at 1 foot you will likely be moving less than a gallon per minute meaning it will take a while to empty your bucket. I would go with something capable of moving water at least 6 feet vertically which will give you the power to move water much quicker from your bucket to your tank. I have found that the faster and easier water changes are, the more likely I am to perform them on a regular basis.

    The max-jet 1200 is a great little utility pump which accommodates 1/2" tubing on the output.
    http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/maxi-jet-powerhead-1200-1.html

    If you were willing to go a little higher in price I would say the Eheim compact 1000 would be an even better choice based on the fact it can produce a bit more pressure.
    http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/eheim-compact-pump-1000-1.html


    I hope this helps!
    Have a great day :)

    Do you find this question helpful?  Yes   No

Full Details

Sicce MI Mouse Instruction Manual


Sicce MI Mouse Pump Product Sheet


Features:


  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
  • Driven by a permanent magnet induction motor
  • Adjustable flow rate
  • Stainless steel shaft
  • Applications: indoor fountains, aquariums, terrariums and turtle tanks
  • Submersible
  • Equipped with a fixed water outlet pipe 10mm high, with an external diameter of 3/8"

Videos

There are no videos related to this product.

Reviews

4 Items

  • Strong little pump By hyperionfall on 4/15/2015

    Is strong for an itty bitty and is quite
  • Great little ATO pump By Phil on 11/18/2014

    I've got a larger tank and I didn't want a tiny pump to run constantly. I decided to go a different route than most and use this little guy as an ATO pump. It works great! I hooked some tubing up to it and my ATO water doesn't have to be lifted very high. This thing is solid, quiet, and works every time.
  • Returned By Steven on 10/5/2014

    good product, quiet, but had to return unfortunately.
  • Returned By Jones on 10/5/2014

    Received the pump, but underestimated its power. Unit worked fine and were very quiet.

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Sicce MI MOUSE Pump (82 GPH)