Jebao DC & WP Pumps

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    Eric Noa

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    I was just wondering if anybody is interested in ordering any of their pumps. I'm working with them to place a large order depending on how many people want them and how many they want.

    They currently have two different model wave makers and 3 different model of DC return pumps.

    Wavemakers: WP40 & WP25

    Return DC Pumps: DC6000, DC9000, DC12000

    The regular price for these pumps from Fish-Street is a follow per pump plus shipping per pump. (This is just a comparison as we would be ordering straight from Jebao)

    DC6000 - $85 plus shipping ($37) Total: $122

    DC9000 - Fish-Street doesn't carry this model

    DC12000 - $100 plus shipping ($43) total: $143


    WP-40 - $75 plus shipping ($12.40) Total: $87.40

    WP-25 - $70 plus shipping ($10.08) Total: $80.08

    Depending on the amount of pumps order the price will vary. Once they get to me I can ship them to you and I'm sure it'll still be cheaper than ordering from Fish-Street. I'm not trying to make a profit out of this just want to help you other people that are interested in these pumps.

    If you are interested please let me know how many of each pump you want and once I have all the numbers I will get a price from Jebao and then I will post the price here.
     
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    Good on you mate, we did the same over here and they are great.
    I hope you get some support.
     
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    Thank you! Just trying to help out
     
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    chichimom79 reef junkie

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    Can you post the website? Just wondering what kind of guarantee/customer service they have.
     
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    Hmm there is no guarantee, they are coming directly from the manufacture in china and they do not offer any guarantee. Are you familiar with these pumps?
     
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    chichimom79 reef junkie

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    I'm not familiar, that's why I'm asking :)
     
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    chichimom79 reef junkie

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    Thanks for the link.
     
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    chichimom79 reef junkie

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    I'm in. I want one!
     
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    I have the WP40 and even for a 100 gallon (long) the max speed is a bit too much.

    Also, the second generation controllers now have speed settings at fixed points, 100%, 75% and 50%. But this speed lock setting only affects mode "W1".
    If you choose any other modes, they will still ramp up to maximum speed.

    I might try that dimmer mod. Since it reduces the voltage coming into the controller, I can scale down the speed for all modes.
     
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    If you want to get one from Arizona go ahead its up to you. But if you want one from the group buy let me know which model you want.

    Thanks for the link to the mod and yes the WP40 is super strong, I would put it in a 120 or bigger.
     
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    Just heard back from Jebao a few hours ago.


    The following prices are if we order a minimum of 24 pumps of each model.

    24 min of the WP25 - $58 each shipped to my house.

    24 min of the WP40 - $68 each shipped to my house.

    24 min of the DC6000 - $79 each shipped to my house.

    24 min of the DC12000 - $89 each shipped to my house.

    Again this prices are based on ordering a minimum of 24 pumps of each model. Now we do not need to order all the models to get the discount but lets say we just order WP25 & 40's then they would each have to be no less than 24 pumps of each.

    If you are interested please let me know how many of each you want so I can keep track and then send the numbers to Jebao and the a final quote (which could be a few dollars lower or higher)

    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
     
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    chichimom79 reef junkie

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    I want a WP25 and maybe a DC6000. Im going to do some research. Deadline?
     
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    You got a week maybe a little more
     
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    fastrd400 It wasn't me! Moderator

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    Angie, you just missed an MP10 for 150.00
     
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    chichimom79 reef junkie

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    This is still cheaper and more powerful than an MP10. I dunno, Vortech has some major competition here.
     
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    fastrd400 It wasn't me! Moderator

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    Just saying.

    Personally I wouldn't think of using one of these pumps in my tank.
     
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    chichimom79 reef junkie

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    Well, you can't say that and not explain why....
     
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    JohnVH Reefer Madness VIP Member

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    I've been running the WP-40 for 4 months now and it's performing great. I just got my WP-25 last week and now I've got great flow

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVl_fjnV1Io]Jebao WP-40 - YouTube[/ame]
     
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