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Marina Battery-Operated Air Pump

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  • Portable aerator for fish in transit
  • Ideal backup reliable air source
  • Ideal for when power outages may occur
  • Equipped with air stone and 18" tubing
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 2.5 x 5 inches ; 6.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003TLWXOS
  • Item model number: 11134
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,448 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The Marina Battery Air Pump provides auxiliary air when the main air source fails. It is a reliable back-up air source during household electrical power failures. The Marina Battery Air Pump helps ensure that your fish stay comfortable and safe in their home at all times. It is ideal for fish in transit, or during fishing.


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So noisy I couldn't stand it.
Bijou
I relocated from Florida to Texas and this device kept all my angel fish alive in a 5 gallon bucket for 5 full days!
Robert Bailey
I open it and found that small connection between motor and pump was so tiny and broken.
valeriy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mary on November 5, 2011
I have a few different sized tanks (from 5 gallons to 250 gallons) and purchased several of these from a local pet store in preparation for Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene. I ended up not needing them, but they were a blessing when our power went out from the recent Halloween snow up in the northeast - 5 days without electricity. They will last pretty long on 2 D batteries - I would say 12-16 hours. They were loud in my opinion, but a good emergency backup system. You can hear them rattling when the battery supply runs low. They are best for tanks that are 10-20 gallons in size. I would suggest getting more than one if your tank is larger. On a side note, many of my prized tropical fish ended up dying - not because of lack of oxygen, but from the sheer cold (we were out of hot water and heat as well for the 5 days), so we are now looking into a generator.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lynn Carpenter on February 20, 2013
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My daughter and I drove from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. with two discus in her Mini Cooper this winter. Our two major concerns were the cold weather and aeration. This small battery operated pump worked perfectly both in the car while traveling and in the hotel at night. The two D batteries only needed replacing every other day. After careful container preparation with the pump and hand warmers for heat, the fish made it beautifully to their new home on the east coast.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By PinkMolly on June 7, 2012
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My home unfortunately is in an area where we are frequented by power outages due to high winds. This put me in a worrying tizzy for my goldfish tank, and so I looked into getting a battery-powered pump. I decided to give this one a try. (Fortunately every time I've used it the power was shut back on within the day, so I haven't had to leave it on for an extended period.)

It was easy to turn on and off, but the airstone that came with it was flimsy so I decided to attach a larger airstone to the nozzle (I don't think it made a whole lot of difference though). It produced a small amount of bubbles, about as much as you'd expect a pump of this size to make. But it did its job in that it kept the oxygen in my tanks up in place of the filter, and I have yet to lose a fish while using it. One con, it is rather noisy. It's nothing obnoxious but it is noticeable.

I cannot say for certain if it's effective for long periods of time yet. However I think it's safe to say it'd be more effective in smaller tanks, around 10-15. For anything above a 20, I'd recommend buying two of these to be safe.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Thoughtfox on July 9, 2014
We moved from CA to Texas and took our fish with us. I kept the fish in about 15 gallons of their original aquarium water, some nitrite removal tablets, and this pump. It is noisy but it worked. The batteries started dying about the end of the second day, but I brought backup batteries. It is a bit loud but since we took the bucket in the car, and then in hotel rooms, we never noticed the noise.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Landry on May 12, 2014
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I needed a battery operated air pump to attach to a 5 gallon bucket. I placed my 4 Goldfish in a 5 gallon bucket, placed the air stone and tubing from pump, and then placed Glad press and seal over the bucket to prevent water splashes. This setup worked magnificently! It is about a 6 hour drive from college to home. My fish were never stressed.

What I liked

1) vibrates very little - just enough for me to know it is still working properly while I'm driving.
2) it is small and takes up very little room.
3) takes D batteries and last 20+ hours
4) under $15 - most pumps I see are closer to $30

What I didn't like
1) the air tubing that comes with the pump is useless. Cut too short. I used my own tubing.
2) takes D batteries - I know this is on my "what I liked" list but it is also a negative because not many people have Ds. More common for people to have AAs or AAAs

Few tips when transporting Goldfish

1) keep the pump running from the time you place the fish in the bucket until you have your tank completely setup at the new location. I had the marina Air pump running a few hours before leaving the college campus. I actually kept the pump running and it is attached to my current tank at home. I left the pump running all night. So far I've gotten 20+ hours out of the Marina Air pump!!!

2) always keep the air conditioner on!!!!! The colder the water = more oxygen for your fish. If you need to leave your car then roll down the windows. But never leave the fish in the car without air going!!! Cars heat faster than outside! Greenhouse effect!

3) keep out of direct sunlight! Less light = less stress. I place my bucket of fish directly behind the passenger seat on the floor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BenMed on June 13, 2013
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We had a huge blizzard here in MA this past winter and the power was out for 2 days. I have a 75 gallon tank with 6 softball-sized fancy goldfish who I love dearly, so I was glad to have this little workhorse pump on hand. On one set of batteries, the pump lasted for 48 hours before it started to struggle...pretty good considering. Anyone who has an aquarium with fish that they consider irreplaceable should own one or more of these pumps & a couple of sets of the batteries that go along with it.
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