Attwood® Water Buster Portable Submersible Pump

Item # WX2-181843

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Portable, submersible Attwood® Water Buster Pump moves 200 gallons per hour.

Portable pumping power, electricity not required! Just 3 D batteries keep this dynamo running for up to 5 hours, perfect for pumping unwanted water from boats, aquariums, sump pits, inflatables and more!

Details:
  • Measures only 6 1/2 x 5"
  • Lifts water 40"
  • Includes 42" hose with garden hose adapter for adding longer hose. 3 D batteries required (not included).
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  1. 5 stars
    very pleased
  2. 5 stars
    Excellent little pump! Works fast! Wish we had one years ago!
  3. 4 stars
    have not used it, it is what I expected
  4. 5 stars
    I love the pump. This is one of my best investments.
  5. 5 stars
    Excellent shopping experience
  6. 5 stars
    I bought this pump as a bilge for my SOAR inflatable canoe but I was very skeptical. It is an amazing pump for an amazing price. I use it on the Arkansas River in Colorado and when my canoe gets totally swamped by the big rapids in Browns Canyon this little pump will have me high and dry in under five minutes.
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