SAHARA MK2

SaharaMk2

November 27, 2020

Attwood is proud to introduceSahara Mk2the only automatic bilge pump that eliminates airlocks. What makes Sahara Mk2 so innovativeis thepatented X-Air™ ImpellerIts engineered performanceforces air bubbles trapped in the hose and underside of the pump out of the pipework, so that the pump will not run dry and burn out.This breakthrough technology makes Sahara Mk2 the most reliable automatic bilge pump in freshwater AND saltwater applications.Sahara Mk2 will be available January 2021.

Key Features: 

– Sahara Mk2 is the only automatic bilge pump that eliminates air-locks

– Sahara Mk2 is the easiest automatic bilge pump to install and service

– Sahara Mk2 is the most reliable automatic bilge pump in freshwater and saltwater applications

 

Where to Buy: 

Hutchings Marine Products Ltd.

 Visit C.C. Marine Distributors for a list of Canadian Retailers

 

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