Sir Aqua II

Sir Aqua II (18261-150)

Sir Aqua

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vickie
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this bowl is not good because you can't clean it behind the blue cover and it gets green slim in it and you can't get it out.
AUTOMATIC WATERERS -- LARGE DOG KENNEL -- USE OVER 50 OF THESE
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CALIFORNIA
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I breed German Shepherds as well as being a large dog boarding facility -- in southern California where it can get very hot -- having fresh water for the dogs extremely important --- I have tried several automatic systems --- of all of them the Sir Aqua II is my favorite -- works well -- easy to install -- but I do install a quick hose changer to every one -- this allows to take it out and clean it easier without messing up the float -- cleaning them with about 2 tablespoons of bleach a couple times a week keeps the algae down and looking pretty -- I have had a couple of issues with them over the years but the company is excellent at standing behind their product -- they are easy to work with too -- I will keep buying more....
Cheaply made
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D Mahler
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Texas
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Plastic float broke off just as I attached the hose. I had not even tightened everything yet!
Don't Buy This!!!!!!
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Marty
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Ellicott City, MD
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Hook up and it either runs over or leaks at the fitting! It is also impossible to clean behind the covered float and gets green!
Great water dish
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satisfied
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ca
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I'm on my second one of these, the first lasted 4 or 5 years. I replaced it only because it had a lot of hard water deposits that I couldn't clean anymore and had the beginnings of some rust. I am sure I could have used it for many more years, but for the price why not get a new one?
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