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Rapala Floating Aerator

Item # WX2-670360

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Keep your minnows alive longer with this handy Rapala® Floating Aerator. Just drop it into your bait container and let it work it's magic. Water-activated design turns on automatically when it hits the water to gently add life-sustaining oxygen to your minnow bucket or bait container. It's a small investment that could save you big! Great for ice fishing.

  • Aerates 1.5 liters per minute (0.4 gal)
  • Ideal for most bait storage containers
  • 18-hour continuous run time
  • 36-hour runtime with 15-minute intervals
  • Uses 3 C batteries (not included)

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Key Specifications
  • Item Number: 670360
  • Batteries: 3 C (not included)
  • Run Time: 18-hour continuous; 36-hour with 15-minute intervals
  • Mfg. Number: RFLAERTR
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