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    Here is a better photo of my screen.



    And this photo shows the inline filter with clear housing that I now leave out.


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    OK, thanks Gary.
    The upgraded one is heaps better.

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    Nice unit;

    Out of curiosity - what extra's did you purchase?

    I love the hard case you got - which one is it at Supercheap? How did you mount them together?

    I am within a bee's doodle of ordering one too :-)

    Happy Easter,

    Brad :-)



    Quote Originally Posted by Gary View Post
    I just ordered one of the Joolca Hottap Outing kits and a couple of extra accessories. Hope this is the end of our hot shower dramas.

    http://www.joolca.com.au/hottapouting


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    Quote Originally Posted by Braddles View Post
    Nice unit;

    Out of curiosity - what extra's did you purchase?

    I love the hard case you got - which one is it at Supercheap? How did you mount them together?

    I am within a bee's doodle of ordering one too :-)

    Happy Easter,

    Brad :-)
    I bought a stainless steel screen (no longer available) for on the suction, and also a travel bag for the unit itself. I just bolted the pump in the Supercheap case.

    Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk

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    Very Flash indeed.
    Looking at the site there's a kit for lifting water from up to 20M away.

    https://www.joolca.com.au/outbackplumbing

    I think this is the update from the can sieve you have Gary.
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    I'm probably going to invest in one of these once I can scrape the $$$s together. I've heard really good reports from a number of people. Glad to hear that everyone's happy with them.

    I'm turning my mind to where/how to mount it.

    Keen to see people's setups.

    Cheers,
    Matt
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