Rated 5 out of 5Â by 6
Rated 5 out of 5Â by dbennett Product has saved time and money
This product has saved us time and money. At our remote building's rainwater collection system, we run this pump from our truck battery. At the house garden, we attach it directly to the battery array powered by our solar panels. It has replaced doing the job of watering the gardens by watering can and we can use our rainwater collection systems efficiently.
June 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by DonL Worked Beautifully!
Have used pump three times so far- Pumped 6 feet high from a creek and then pumped water 25 feet to my storage barrels. No problems. Filled 4 50 gallon barrels in less than an hour. No problems.
May 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Jeffro Works very good
Very pleased with the pump , works good muddy water and is very easy to assemble
January 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by DooManUSMC 3 Years, 120+ Gallons a Week and going strong!
I wish everything I bought worked this well and was as dependable. I just plain works. Every time. For a long time.
I/we use it in the house to move filtered (5 stage) water around. We move at least 120 gallons a week. Every week. I bought it it's own little battery and a wee trickle charger. If I need it outside I grab it and the battery and go.
We fill a lot of gallon jugs. Takes 20 seconds flat. For the mathematically impaired that's 3 a minute or 180 an hour in real life.
In all honesty, don't expect to lift water very high. Simply because of the priming needed. If your source is "up" over a foot or so you need to prime the unit with some vegetable oil or a slight prime by sucking on the out hose a tad. What that does is extend it's life...fried the first one's pump. But it was replaced and when used correctly, as in read the instructions first, it works like the Energizer bunny.
July 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by sxvue This product is very simple to use.
This product is very light and portable and it does what its suppose to do. I love it that I can take it anywhere. The only thing I recommend is to lay it on the ground level when using it.
August 21, 2013