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The Voyager Nano from Sicce was developed with silent operation and durability in mind. Revolutionary Sicce Technology includes an auto-cleaning/lubricating system and vibration absorbing magnet mount.
- Silent operation - Sicce has some of the quietest pumps on the market to date, and the Voyager Nano is no exception!
- Safe - A fine-slotted protection grid ensures that your fish and inverts will remain safe and protected from the impeller
- Adaptability - Ability to be connected to an ON/OFF controller like a ReefKeeper, Apex, timer, or the Sicce Wave Surfer for natural water movement
- Self Cleaning and Lubricating - Water is forced into the impeller chamber to keep it lubricated and clean of debris, reducing maintenance, extending pump life, and keeping the pump running cooler
- Adjustable - The included vibration dampening magnetic mount swivels to allow complete control over where your flow is being directed
- Flow Rate - 530 GPH
- Maximum Glass Thickness - 12mm
- Power Consumption - 3 Watts
- Amps - .05A
- Cord Length - 7.2 feet
What's in the Box?
- Pump Mount
Great Pumps.. By Big Joe on 7/7/2016Big Joe would recommend this product to a friendI bought 2 of these and have them connect to my Apex, works great.. One note I had to add a night light to the plug to use the solid state plugs as these are low amperage pumps in order for them to switch on and off with the Apex.. I plan on purchasing 2 more of these soon..
Very quite little click when first plugged in By Ron on 2/3/2016Ron would recommend this product to a friendNice nano pump good flow magnet is week could be stronger.
Great little pump By Andrew on 12/14/2015Andrew would recommend this product to a friendGot a couple of these for 2 2x2 frag tanks. They really push a lot of water and are very quite. I have these hooked up to the Apex Neptune and are working perfect for my needs.
Good pump so far By Mike on 10/22/2015Mike would recommend this product to a friendJust got this pump in my 40 gal nuvo reef tank. This pump is very small and runs almost silent with the exception of when you first plug it in, it clicks a little. I am still hoping it will work well when plunged into a controller and producing some random flow patterns that require regular start and stop.