Innovative magnetic holder for aquarium powerheads
Positions powerheads anywhere on your aquarium wall
Safely secures powerheads to glass or acrylic aquariums
Get rid of unsightly powerhead mounting brackets. This less-conspicuous magnetic mounting device holds stronger than suction cups and increases mounting options. Sure Grip magnetic powerhead holders are safe for glass or acrylic aquariums. Simply attach to powerhead and magnetically secure onto aquarium wall. Measures 1-3/4" x 3-1/8" x 3/4" thick. Powerheads sold separately.
Sure Grip 50 (Up to and including 1/2" thick walls)
Compatible with: Seio Super Flow M620 and M820, all Tunze Streams, and Maxi-Jets 400, 600, 900, 1200.
Sure Grip 100 (Up to and including 3/4" thick walls)
Compatible with: Seio Super Flow M620, M820, M1100 and M1500, all Tunze Streams, and Maxi-Jets 400, 600, 900, 1200.
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Directions for use
Sure Grip is a magnetic holder for powerheads and is used to replace the original brackets and/or suction cups. The Sure Grip can be placed anywhere on the wall of your glass or acrylic aquarium.
Take each of the Magnetic Housings and place Rubber Feet in each of the recessed holes. Press Rubber Feet firmly for 5-10 seconds.
Take the bracket labeled for your powerhead model and slide it onto one of the Magnetic Housings. Note: This will now be the Inner Housing.
Slide the powerhead onto the bracket. You are now ready to position the powerhead in your aquarium.
Hold the Inner Housing with Powerhead and position it inside the aquarium. Slowly slide the Outer Housing on the outside of the aquarium adjacent to the Inner Housing until they engage.
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