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May 27, 2008

Miracle Mini Pump — 'Moves 200 gallons an hour without electricity or moving parts'


I must admit that I really tried to understand how this device works but my TechnoDolt™ brain just wasn't up to the task.

Over to you.

From the website:

    Miracle Mini Pump™

    Here's an inexpensive way to clear out over 200 gallons per hour without electricity, batteries or moving parts — it always works.

    Drain anything using 300-year-old laws of physics.

    Ideal for draining pool covers, inflatable wading pools, garden ponds and fountains, hot tubs, aquariums, boat bilges, even stopped-up sinks.

    Rugged polypropylene is maintenance-free and nearly indestructible.




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Joe. I don't believe you. I think you exaggerate too far to make the point... I hear that the US school system is bad these days, but how could you possibly be an anesthesiologist, with the level of schooling required and not understand this either from past science courses, or simply reading the description?

Posted by: Tim | May 28, 2008 7:38:45 PM

I understand how it works, but it means wasting a lot of water to pump out the water you don't want.

Posted by: Al Christensen | May 27, 2008 1:19:25 PM

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