Another Jebao Group Buy (WP & DC Pumps)

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    Eric Noa

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    Well I keep getting messages in regards to these pumps so I'be decided to organized another group buy. The group buy will happen only if we get a big enough order to get good prices like on the previous group buy.

    Payment will be as before through PayPal. Now since Im in Florida I would have to ship the pumps to you guys individually but that wouldn't be a problem I don't mind doing that you would just have to add the shipping to the price of the pump. Still they would come out cheaper than ordering from an online retailer.

    Prices so far are as follow (Some of the prices have change because obviously this would be a much smaller order than before)

    WP-10 - $49
    WP-25 - $59
    WP-40 - $69
    WP-60 - $79

    DC-6000 - $89
    DC-12000 - $99


    If you are interested in joining the group buy please POST the quantity you want of any model listed above. I will aimed to start collecting money in about two weeks depending on how much interest there is. Any question post them here or send a pm.

    Here is some info on the pumps:

    WP Series:

    WP10
    Size = 2" x 2.65"
    Max flow = 1050 gph (same controller as used for all other WP pumps)
    Power = 10W
    Mounting = magnet

    WP25
    Size = 3.15" x 2.4"
    Max flow = 1800 gph (same controller as used for all other WP pumps)
    Power = 8-20W (depends on mode)
    Mounting = magnet

    WP40
    Size = 4.75" x 3.71"
    Max flow = 3450 gph (same controller as used for all other WP pumps)
    Power = 12-40W (depends on mode)
    Mounting = magnet

    WP60
    Size = 4.75" x 3.71" (same size as WP40...wider output)
    Max flow = 5290 gph (same controller as used for all other WP pumps)
    Power = 30-60W (depends on mode)
    Mounting = magnet

    DC Pumps:

    DC6000
    Power = 40W
    Max Output = 1425gph
    Min Output = 890gph
    Max Head = 11.8 feet
    Size: 6.3" x 3.55" x 4.75"

    DC12000
    Power = 85W
    Max Output = 2660gph
    Min Output = 1550gph
    Max Head = 15.7 feet
    Size: 7" x 3.55" x 4.75"
     
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    The controllers for the wp pumps have the following settings.

    H1: High flow 100%
    H2: Medium flow
    H3: Low flow 33%
    Wave 1: max flow rate whose pulse duration is adjusted by the blue knob
    Wave 2: stesps up then back down in 6 steps from low to high flow, step duration is adjusted by blue knob
    Wave 3: same as w2 but up in 6 steps and down in 8
    Else: random flow cycle that automatically varies in intensity and duration
    Feed: 10 min pump stop
    S1, S2, S3: within W1 mode these adjust flow 100%, 75%, 50%
    Lock: disables the duration adjustment knob to prevent accidental adjustments
    Night: uses an optional but included sensor to turn flow down to 1/2 when the lights go out
     
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    The DC pumps have 6 speed settings: 50%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90%, 100% and a feed button that shuts down the pump for 10 minutes.
     
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    What would you suggest for a 55 long tank? A single 25 or two 10s?
     
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    Two 10's would be better than one 25.
     
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    Can I get an idea of shipping charges to 37172?
     
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    Shouldn't be more than $20
     
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    Then put me down for two 10s, please!
     
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    Got you down.
     
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    Picture of the WP10 with the new mounting magnet.

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    :thumbsup:
     
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    I didn't realize the wp10s were out yet. Can't find any definite answer anywhere on the net. Too bad I'm in Ontario Canada or I'd be all over that.
     
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    This group buy is directly from Jebao and yes they are out already. Shipping would be costly from FL to Canada.
     
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    I have a WP25 in my 90 gallon and it works great set on W1 & S1 for wave action. Great pump and best bang for your buck!
     
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    Yes they are. I like mine a lot.
     
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    Bump! Anyone else interested?


    I might be ordering spare parts too. I'm waiting for a list of parts and prices.
     
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    Spare parts list & prices

    WP Controllers - $10.00 each
    DC Controllers - $10.00 each

    WP10 Impeller (Impeller, Shaft and Magnet) - $2.00 each
    WP25 Impeller (Impeller, Shaft and Magnet) - $3.00 each
    WP40 Impeller (Impeller, Shaft and Magnet) - $4.00 each
    WP60 Impeller (Impeller, Shaft and Magnet) - $4.50 each

    DC6k Impeller (Impeller, Shaft and Magnet) - $10 each
    DC12k Impeller (Impeller, Shaft and Magnet) - $10 each
     
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    Just PM me when you need the cash and particulars for shipping! :thumbsup:
     
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    I will
     
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    I would be in for at least 1 possibly 2 wp10's and spare parts. Let me look at the dc pumps and see if it will work for my build, if so i'll grab one of them as well.
     
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