2 Speed Live Fish Bait Aerator Oxygen Air Pump + Car Charger
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This handy 2 speed aerator pump is perfect for keeping your live bait alive while travelling to, or staying at your favourite fishing spot.
It features an O-ring around the battery compartment to keep water out. With the included car charger, you've always got a backup option if the internal batteries go flat. We recommend getting good quality brand-named batteries, as these will typically last much longer.
Connect the pump to the air stone using the included rubber tube, and drop the air stone in your live bait bucket.
2.9m Car Charger Cable (3m including adapter)
2 Speed Air Pump
Cigarette Lighter Plug Charging Adapter (12v)
Sand Aerator ball
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If your item arrives damaged or is not what you ordered, please contact us so we can organise a replacement or refund. Our website system has a resolution centre where you can notify us of issues. Alternatively we're always happy to speak over the phone 1300 636 223.
Change of Mind
If you accidentally order the wrong item or wrong size, please contact us so we can exchange it. If you no longer want the product you can return it within 30 days for a full refund (less shipping).
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All products sold by Menace Marine come with a minimum 12 month warranty.
2 speed aerator pumpBy: Kevin Morrow (verified purchase)easy to fit and use , great product and works well
10 June 2019(5)
Livies aliveBy: mike clarke (verified purchase)Cant better a product that keeps bait alive in land based remote locations(and near ones) especially in the northern parts of northern Australia. Just hang it off the side of a bucket( and in my case this stores collapsible in the 4WD) and also includes a 12v lead to keep livies going overnight for the next day's fishing. Its not rocket science to avoid nighttime fishing on the banks in the north! Cheers, mike
14 July 2018(5)
Bait aeratorBy: Gwtemp (verified purchase)Great little pump at a good price. Service was first class
24 December 2017(5)