Brass Snap Connector—quick connect between adaptor and pump. Simply "snap" pump assembly into adapter for easy hook-ups.
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Python Part - Brass Snap Connector
Works like a charm
Posted: 9/14/2010 from GREENWOOD, IN UNITED STATES
I had ben previously using plastic waterbed hook-ups to get my Python siphon attached to the sink which inevitably wore out quickly due to use. I bought this along with the brass sink adjustment and couldn't believe how much of a difference the metal made not only in ease of use but also in the strength of the seals. It took me significantly less time to hook it up and take it down when I completed my most recent cleaning and I was able to use much more water pressure than I had previously using plastic parts.
Highly recommended for Python users.
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Changing water is even quicker
Posted: 10/15/2008 from HUNTINGTON, NY UNITED STATES
Literally makes the attachment of the pump to the faucet a "snap". Well made, easy to install and use. Just screw on the connectors and you are ready to go. Added benefit is that you won't over tighten the pump (to the faucet)anymore and break the plastic pump.
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