So even if you were to ship one over there it probably would not fit the faucet anyways.
Shane wrote:So even if you were to ship one over there it probably would not fit the faucet anyways.
Aye, but that should be a three quid and 10 minutes at West Lothian Hardware to get the adapters right?
2wheelsx2 wrote:So most people in the UK use buckets? Wow.....
Jools wrote:The other thing about Pythons is that they waste water "pulling" out your tank waste water. Maybe you could look at using a long hose to take water out of your tanks (and into the garden or drain) and use a standard hose fitting to put water in. Or, better, yet, look at taking water from wherever the watertank is in your house down to the fish (test if first).
I've never used a python but I've heard that you only need to waste water to start it, and that you can turn off the water once the siphon is started.
MatsP wrote:2wheelsx2 wrote:So most people in the UK use buckets? Wow.....
No, just not a python. I use long hoses. I know a lot of other people that do that. Also pumping water is quite popular.
Shane wrote:Well, for anyone looking for a business opportunity in Europe... Python is out of business. Their patents expired and every aquatic company out there started making water changing devices. I think the word "Python" will remain in the aquarist lexicon for a long, long time as Python is synonymous with water changes like Kleenex is to tissue.
With the patents in the open it shouldn't be hard to make and market a Euro version.
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