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Home > Aquarium Supplies > Magnets
Eshopps Magnetic Probe Holder
Eshopps Magnetic Probe Holder
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Designed from heavy duty acrylic, this dual-purpose holder, will hold your pH and/or ORP probes as well as the outlet tubing coming out of your Calcium Reactor. Additionally, with the magnet attachments, the probe holder can be easily moved around the sump. Features:
  • Magnet to move around sump
  • Design with dual process
  • Hold up to 3 probe
  • Heavy duty design
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