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The 3D Printed HOG Scrubber - For Self Sustaining Aquariums

A project in Los Angeles, CA by Santa Monica

Cancelled by Creator

If you love aquariums but hate the work, then your time has come for the HOG Scrubber!
Backers: 10
Average Pledge Per Backer: $158

Funded: $1,580 of $40,000
Dates: Sep 2nd -> Oct 29th (57 days)
Project By: Santa Monica
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Thanks for the early support...

October 17th - via:
... but an aquarium filter is probably not the best project for Kickstarter  :) Nevertheless, for anyone still wanting a handmade HOG scrubber that we currently sell, you can get them at See you for the next KS project  :)  (Read More)

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