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Pond Vac Bag

  • The Pond Guy® ClearVac™ Debris Bag

    5.0

    (3 reviews)

    * Fine Mesh Bag For The ClearVac™ * Allows Easy Disposal of Pond Water * Collects Coarse Debris Replacement fine mesh Debris Bag for The Pond Guy® ClearVac™ Pond Vacuum. Simply attach the debris bag to the end of your discharge hose to catch large debris for easy disposal during pond
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    $14.99
  • The Pond Guy® ClearVac™

    4.5

    (193 reviews)

    …ensure every inch of your pond is comfortably within reach. With a clear intake extension you can monitor the debris going into the pond sludge vacuum. The Pond Guy ClearVac is capable of collecting particles up to 3/8. The ClearVac pond vacuum also comes with a debris bag convenient storage rack…
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    $349.99
  • Oase® PondoVac Classic

    4.5

    (26 reviews)

    …and healthy pond. The Oase PondoVac Classic contains a single chamber reservoir that uses intelligent technology that senses when the collection tank is full stops the motor and then resumes once the tank is empty. Includes 4 nozzle attachments 4 rigid extensions debris collection bag 13' power cord…
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    $259.99
  • Oase® PondoVac 5

    4.4

    (9 reviews)

    …* Ideal For Ponds & Water Feature Maintenance The Oase® PondoVac 5 is a multi-function pond vacuum for uninterrupted full power cleaning. The 1800 watt high performance motor provides a suction depth of up to 7.5' that effortlessly removes debris and silt from ponds or pools or from…
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    $723.99
  • Oase® PondoVac 4

    5.0

    (10 reviews)

    …cord ergonomic handle transport rollers and suction tube receptacle allow for easy portability to the pond. A 1.6 ft. transparent tube allows for easy visual inspection and a debris collection bag is ideal for returning cleaned water when suctioning particles less than 1 mm. Backed by a 2 year…
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    $438.99
  • …or tea-colored water means you have some leaf tea brewing in your pond. As organic debris decomposes in your pond the tannins and other byproducts mix into the water column discoloring it. Your first remedy is to add a bag of activated carbon to the water. It will clear up the dissolved materials…