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Beckett

Model # FR800HD

Internet # 202563432

Store SKU # 425003

800 GPH Submersible Pond Pump

$69.98 /each

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Model # FR800HD

Internet # 202563432

Store SKU # 425003

The Beckett 29/32 HP Submersible Pond Pump has a maximum capacity of 900 gal. and a maximum flow of 800 GPH. This submersible pond pump requires a 115-Volt power supply and 1/2 in. diameter tubing (tubing not included). This outdoor pond pump has a maximum lift of 154-51/64 in.

  • Outdoor submersible pump pumps up to 800 GPH for excellent flow
  • 900 gal. maximum capacity
  • Maximum lift of 154-51/64 in.
  • 29/32 HP motor provides plenty of pumping power
  • Requires a 115-Volt power supply
  • Filter included
  • Installation requires 1/2 in. diameter tubing (sold separately)

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Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Details
Adjustable Valve 
Yes 
Amperage (amps) 
0.6 
Commercial/Residential Use 
Residential 
Horsepower (hp) 
.09 hp 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Outdoor 
Maximum Capacity (gallons) 
900 
Maximum Flow (gallons per hour) 
800 
Required Tubing Diameter (in.) 
.5 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Voltage (volts) 
115 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
2 Years 

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Price: $50 - $100
Brand: Beckett
Review Rating: 2 & Up
Commercial/Residential Use: Residential
Maximum Flow (gallons per hour): 500 - 1000
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I need it for a water fall that is on top of a hill,it needs to be be strong enough to push the water up to the hill

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May 8, 2016
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These pumps are limited as to how high they can push a column of water. If you look at the chart on the pump package, you will see that the gallon capability listed is basically for moving water from one container to another on a level surface. Once you start to pump water in an upward direction, you loose gallonage. For example, a pump listed at 800 gal/hr might say it can lift to 12 feet but the amount Read More
These pumps are limited as to how high they can push a column of water. If you look at the chart on the pump package, you will see that the gallon capability listed is basically for moving water from one container to another on a level surface. Once you start to pump water in an upward direction, you loose gallonage. For example, a pump listed at 800 gal/hr might say it can lift to 12 feet but the amount of water lifted is not going to be anywhere near the 800 gallons per hour you expect. I bought a pump that stated 150 gal/hr but could not deliver water up to 5 feet. At 4 1/2 feet, I got a trickle.
Depending on how high you need to pump and how much water you need to make the water fall credible, you may want to consider a sump pump. Read Less
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May 7, 2016
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This pump has a 12 foot lift capability. There is no mention in the specs of an uphill application, however this pump is plenty strong enough for substantial lift. The pump is not very durable and the impeller lasts on average about 60 days in my experience. Home Depot customer service is excellent for returning these pumps upon its inevitable failure.
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is there a warranty on this pump?

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90 day returnable, otherwise you must deal with Beckett directly.
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There is a 2 year manufacturer warranty on this pump. Home Depot has a 90 day return policy for any reason, then the manufacturer warranty kicks in. I have had my pump for well over a year, running 24/7, and have had zero problems. You should really enjoy this pump.
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what are the dimensions of the actual pump.

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I have a very restricted area to fit this pump...under a very large palm tree fountain. The tubing goes straight up the inside of the palm tree so the pump needs to stay upright.

Can anyone give me the size of this?
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The dimensions of the pump body itself is about 3" x 3" x 4" long, minus the tubing that attaches to the top and the filter that attaches to the front. I hope that helps.
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Anyone know how many watts this pump is?

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72 Watts
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not a durable or dependable pump I have had an ornamental fish pond for 17 years and have always used Beckett pumps. These pumps have worked well and last on average about a year. However, in the past 5 years, the quality of these pumps have changed dramatically. My pond is about 250 gallons and has a waterfall lift of 4 feet. I have purchased 7 of these pumps in the past 5 years. The impellers and rotor assemblies fail on average, less than 60 days. Beckett customer service is quick to blame the consumer for product failure and does not honor their warranties in most cases. I purchased 4 rotor assemblies at $10 each directly from Beckett to extend the life of the pumps. In 60 days, 3 of the 4 rotor assemblies have failed. Beckett claims the failure is a result of not changing the filters regularly, which I methodically do, every 3-5 days and have for 17 years. If you are seeking a long term pump, this brand is not dependable nor durable. Home Depot customer service is excellent for refunding and/or exchanging the pumps. But unless you want to return every 60 days, I would recommend another brand entirely. April 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do Not Buy Beckett Pumps I have purchased three of these pond pumps for my Koi Pond. All three have failed within a year. My options are very limited at Home Depot...and I'm a former associate. I will look to buy from another retailer and will contact Beckett to share my frustration. January 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Pump and Customer Service My personal experience would advise to steer clear. I've had two of these pumps and both have failed within two months of usage. I called Beckett customer service the first replacement was processed without too much hassle but they refused to replace the second after speaking with a CSR (initial T) who admitted the models I had did have a design flaw (ceramic shaft) which was corrected but they still refused to replace the defect regardless of the fact that my pump was a victim of the defect (shaft was broken) Truthfully I ended up using a cheap inflatable pool pump as a "temp" replacement and its done me well for over a year which is longer than these over priced paper weights have lasted and i didn't feel like calling back into support after the second one died so soon and the warranty ran out. But I don't see how any company could ignore replacing a known faulty flaw. I've included a photo of the broken shaft parts to hopefully save someone else from my misfortune. If you take yours apart and see you have the white shaft just get your money back from home depot and save yourself the time of going through Beckett customer support. I'm not sure what the top part's called that split in half but it was likely caused by vibration after the shaft broke. March 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for fountain! This little pump has served me well for our outdoor fountain! The prefilter works well and it provides plenty of lift. Also, love the variety of fountain nozzles! May 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by very satisfied very easy to assemble, it looks really good as a fountain May 12, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by poor quality pump Beckett pump quit after 70 hours use. Won't restart. Bought strictly to run water thru filter system. Very upset as Little Guant lasted 20 years! March 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I'm happy with my purchase. The pump worked well in my pond. I'm glad that I purchased it. July 22, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Impeller Broke after 10 months Haven't heard back from Beckett yet to see if I can get a replacement impeller but don't doubt like most products Home Depot sells it probably is a throw away. July 4, 2014
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