Cheap Power Strip/timer

Discussion in 'Reef Fishes' started by amonya, Jan 27, 2006.

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    amonya

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    Im Sure There Are Cheaper Ones Out There Some Where But At The Fish Store I Go Too They Like To Raise Prices Just Like Any Other Store But I Think Its A Four Plugg One Timer For Like 40-50 Bucks Wow Thats Expensive For A Strip I Thought So I Looked On Enternet Found Same One For About 22 Dollars But If Your Like Me You Dont Like To What For Thinks In The Mail Or Trust The Post Office Anyway I Found A Six Plugged Timer / Water Risistant Timer For About 21.99 At Lowes Or Home Depot When I Say Water Resistant I Dont Mean Submergable Like Anyone Would Do Such A Thing But I Like To Get Strips Wet (not On Perpise) So I Looked For One With A Lide And Found One And Bought Two Seems A Little More Ideal For The Wet Surrondings Also Wall Mountable Only Down Side The Timer Runs All The Pluggs Instead Of Individual Pluggs But Good For Lights And Current Changes Great To Wake Up And See The Fish And Coral Already Awake And It Subtracts From Normal Everyday Dutys And Now Can Add Time To Gazing And Maintance .hopfully Helpful ALSO LOOK IN THE LIGHTING PART OF THE STORE FOR OUTDOOR STRIP TIMERS NOT IN NORMAL STRIP LOCATION :twocents:
     
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    amonya, Jan 27, 2006
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    FOUND SOME MORE AT LOWIES FOR 2.50 EACH WITH 6 PLUGS AND THREE ARE DIGITAL TIMED BUT SEE WHEN I WAS GRABBING OF DISPLAY IT SAID FOR 9.99 STILL THATS PRETTY CHEAP I THINK WHEN I WAS GETTING RINGED UP SHE MUST OF HIT A PROMO BUTTON OR SOMETHING BUT THEY WORK GREAT I HAVE FOUR TWO FOR LIGHTS AND TWO FOR CIRCULATION HAVE TO GET.LOWIES (HOME IMPROVEMENT). :twocents:TOTAL PRICE FOR FOUR PLUGS 21.99 CLERK HITTING PROMO 4 TIMES PRICELESS LOL
     
    amonya, Jan 30, 2006
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