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PDL Pondmaster 02217 PMK1700 Pump Filter Kit P4285204PDL-02217 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/PDL/PDL-02217.jpg Pondmaster 02217 PMK1700 Pump Filter Kit Manufacture part number: 02217A great way to start the excitement of water gardening. Offered as the easy and practical way to get into water gardening by matching pumps with corresponding filters and including fountain heads with tubing and fittings where necessary. The PMK1700 is suitable for ponds up to 1,250 gallons.Pondmaster Pond-Mag 7 PumpPondmaster PM1000 FilterBell and Adjustable FountainheadsTubing and FittingsPONDMASTER PM1000 SUBMERSIBLE POND FILTERFiltration:Mechanical / BiologicalMax Pond Volume:600 GPHPump Flow:600 GPHOutlet:3/4\" Tubing and FittingsDimensions:12\" x 12\"Warranty:1 YearPONDMASTER POND-MAG 7 POND PUMPMax Flow:640 GPHMax Head:11\' 6\"Watts:60Volts:120Discharge Outlet:1/2\" MPTInlet:1/2\" FPTCord Length:18\'Dimensions:5\" x 3.8\" x 4.2\"Warranty:5 Years 4285204 00025033022171 10.0000lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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customer review - by , March 3, 2013
5/ 5stars
I would recommend this pump set to anyone with at least a 50 gallon pond. The pump has more than enough power to push the water up for our waterfall. The downside.. the set is very light and does tend to float. Therefore you must weight it down with a rock or something. Other than that, the pump is perfect for our needs.
customer review - by , December 12, 2012
3/ 5stars
The pump and filter set work great, and have done wonders cleaning up my pond. However, there are several issues the detract from the product.First, the fountain attachment does not include any kind of ball joint or adjustment, which every other similar device I have owned has included. This means you need to find a level spot at the correct depth to place the pump, which is not an easy task - I ended up just hooking the pump up to my waterfall and leaving out the fountain part. Not a surprise, but it was a little disappointing.Second, the filter sometime floats. There doesn't seem to be much rhyme or reason, as it will run fine for days with the filter staying on the bottom, then one day I will go out to find it floating at the surface (with the pump still running). Regardless of the reason for the spontaneous flotation, some built-in ballast would remedy the situation. Placing a rock on top of the filter has helped, but even that occasionally fails to keep the filter on the bottom.Other than those two issues, though, I have been happy with the performance of the pump and filter.
customer review - by , February 2, 2012
3/ 5stars
We use this filter for our koi pond and it works great. It's been running for at least 2 years nows. You do have to put a brick or rock on the square part to hold it under, but that's not a big deal for us, as we have several rocks. We also use bricks to keep it from moving back and forth. Makes a nice arcing water spout with pleasant noise.
customer review - by , September 9, 2011
5/ 5stars
Find this pump very useful in my koi ponds. Bought two as a matter of fact. Love the various heads that came with them. Does not float at all.
customer review - by , April 4, 2011
4/ 5stars
I've gone through several of these type of filter/pump systems for my backyard pond. This one worked well for about a year, then had to replace the pump. I expected that. I'm using a different brand/type now, and getting the same sort of results. I just wished they weighted these things so that they would sit at the bottome of the pond without having to use rocks/bricks to keep them there.

Pondmaster 02217 PMK1700 Pump-Filter Kit

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Manufacture part number: 02217

A great way to start the excitement of water gardening. Offered as the easy and practical way to get into water gardening by matching pumps with corresponding filters and including fountain heads with tubing and fittings where necessary. The PMK1700 is suitable for ponds up to 1,250 gallons.
  • Pondmaster Pond-Mag 7 Pump
  • Pondmaster PM1000 Filter
  • Bell and Adjustable Fountainheads
  • Tubing and Fittings

PONDMASTER PM1000 SUBMERSIBLE POND FILTER



PONDMASTER POND-MAG 7 POND PUMP

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Customer Reviews
By Pippenwycks
Date: March 05, 2013
I would recommend this pump set to anyone with at least a 50 gallon pond. The pump has more than enough power to push the water up for our waterfall. The downside.. the set is very light and does tend to float. Therefore you must weight it down with a rock or something. Other than that, the pump is perfect for our needs.
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By D. Linderholm
Date: December 17, 2012
The pump and filter set work great, and have done wonders cleaning up my pond. However, there are several issues the detract from the product.First, the fountain attachment does not include any kind of ball joint or adjustment, which every other similar device I have owned has included. This means you need to find a level spot at the correct depth to place the pump, which is not an easy task - I ended up just hooking the pump up to my waterfall and leaving out the fountain part. Not a surprise, but it was a little disappointing.Second, the filter sometime floats. There doesn't seem to be much rhyme or reason, as it will run fine for days with the filter staying on the bottom, then one day I will go out to find it floating at the surface (with the pump still running). Regardless of the reason for the spontaneous flotation, some built-in ballast would remedy the situation. Placing a rock on top of the filter has helped, but even that occasionally fails to keep the filter on the bottom.Other than those two issues, though, I have been happy with the performance of the pump and filter.
Rating: 3 stars [3 of 5 Stars!]
By P. Beeson
Date: February 08, 2012
We use this filter for our koi pond and it works great. It's been running for at least 2 years nows. You do have to put a brick or rock on the square part to hold it under, but that's not a big deal for us, as we have several rocks. We also use bricks to keep it from moving back and forth. Makes a nice arcing water spout with pleasant noise.
Rating: 3 stars [3 of 5 Stars!]
By Neena Chandiramani
Date: September 18, 2011
Find this pump very useful in my koi ponds. Bought two as a matter of fact. Love the various heads that came with them. Does not float at all.
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Marc I. Berrenson
Date: April 01, 2011
I've gone through several of these type of filter/pump systems for my backyard pond. This one worked well for about a year, then had to replace the pump. I expected that. I'm using a different brand/type now, and getting the same sort of results. I just wished they weighted these things so that they would sit at the bottome of the pond without having to use rocks/bricks to keep them there.
Rating: 4 stars [4 of 5 Stars!]
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