Universal Probe & Water Line Holder (2 Probes, 2 AWC Lines)

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A universal, versatile & stylish solution for securely organizing controller probes and water lines

  • Accommodates probes (including temp) from Apex, Hydros, GHL, Milwaukee, Pinpoint, BRS, & Inkbird

  • Also ideal for Auto Top Off (ATO) and Auto Water Change (AWC) lines

  • Double layered & rectangular magnet mount for corrosion and control

  • Holds up to 2 standard probes, 2 dosing lines, & Trident sample line

  • Easily remove incrusted probes & lines

  • Firmly holds soft and rigid tubing without restricting flow

  • Can withstand water hammer effects of high speed dosing systems

  • Reversible orientation for more color options

  • Proven years of durability

  • Original hand-crafted and engineered in the USA

The Slide-Loc Universal Probe and Water Line Holder is the first of its kind. It is able to accept all water lines with an external diameter between 3/16" and 3/8", as well as standard probes from the most popular brands in the market. Its high-quality craftmanship is evident through its sleek, plate-bonded ABS & acrylic body, combined with strong double-sealed magnets for added corrosion protection & to prevent your holder from rotating on the glass. It is designed to be reversible, providing two color options for aesthetics-- black with orange accents or white with orange accents.



Dimensions: 1.98"L x 1.89"W x 2.10"H

Mounting Glass Thickness: Up to 0.5" (12mm)


  • Probe Holder - All Standard Probes (Apex, Hydros, GHL, Milwaukee, Pinpoint, BRS, Inkbird, etc.)

  • Water Line Holder - Soft or rigid tubing with an OD of 3/16" - 3/8"

  • Sample Testing Line - Neptune Systems’ Trident

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UPC 747492593091
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Product Questions

What are the dimensions?
Question by: Ryan on Aug 26, 2022, 6:22 PM
The dimensions are 4.5" by 3.25" by 3.25".
Answer by: Scott F. (BRS Staff) on Sep 2, 2022, 5:37 PM