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[Amazon.ca] Superior Pump 91250 1/4 HP Thermoplastic Submersible Utility Pump $66.99

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[Amazon.ca] Superior Pump 91250 1/4 HP Thermoplastic Submersible Utility Pump $66.99

Bought this last year for around 90 bux to empty my hot tub, does it in less than 20 mins. Just attach a garden hose to discharge the water and plug it In, drop to bottom of water.
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Thanks OP. Great price. I use these as a pump for my rain barrels but I forgot to bring my last one in this past winter and it didn't make it. :'(
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For 66$ would you recommand it as main Sump Pump to save your basement?
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ratatapa wrote: For 66$ would you recommand it as main Sump Pump to save your basement?
Only if you want an indoor swimming pool in your basement
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cbrunett wrote: Only if you want an indoor swimming pool in your basement
what's a recommended GPM?
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is there enough power to water your lawn from a water in a rain barrel?
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cbrunett wrote: Only if you want an indoor swimming pool in your basement
Though so i'll look for a better one lol
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Thanks OP. Been looking for one of these
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ratatapa wrote: Though so i'll look for a better one lol
Not a case of a BETTER one. It's a case of the right one for the job. This is not a sump pump with a float switch etc.

OP are you using garden hose or the larger attachment to empty that quickly?

Funny thing about that one. It looks exactly like my simer pump from TSC except that mines 1/6 hp. Recently bought the 1/4 hp one from princess auto for $49. Haven't tried it yet but will be interesting to see how much faster it pumps.
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For anyone looking, Battlefield has the Simer Geyser 2300 pump on sale for $99.99 until June 28th.
Maybe you could price match for additional savings.

I've been using mine for years to drain my pool cover and sump pit out.
Very heavy duty.
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jackass_ca wrote: Not a case of a BETTER one. It's a case of the right one for the job. This is not a sump pump with a float switch etc.

OP are you using garden hose or the larger attachment to empty that quickly?

Funny thing about that one. It looks exactly like my simer pump from TSC except that mines 1/6 hp. Recently bought the 1/4 hp one from princess auto for $49. Haven't tried it yet but will be interesting to see how much faster it pumps.
Just a garden hose. It's pretty strong for the size.

I like to have this around and can use if basement gets flooded, sump pump fails etc.
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This worked perfectly for flushing our tankless water heater
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jephree wrote: This worked perfectly for flushing our tankless water heater
Was just going to ask if it's good for it. Did you use vinegar?

Hey, have you ever tried connecting a garden hose to the warm out connector to fill a pool or anything? I was thinking of doing this, wasn't sure if a sump pump with an inlet/outlet was required of if the water pressure would do it alone.
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No you can't use this pump as your main sump pump, I believe this pump runs continuously, it doesn't have automatic shut off.

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