IceCap Dosing Container (1.5L)



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IceCap Small 1.5L Dosing Container Compact profile containers to store your dosing fluids.    
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The IceCap Small 1.5L Dosing Container is a product designed for aquarium hobbyists. It is a small, compact container with a capacity of 1.5 liters, used for dosing liquids into an aquarium. The container is made from high-quality materials and is designed to be leak-proof and easy to use. It is typically used to add supplements, additives, or treatments to an aquarium in a controlled and precise manner. The exact features and specifications of the IceCap Small 1.5L Dosing Container may vary depending on the manufacturer.

Compact profile containers to store your dosing fluids

Space-saving containers to store dosing fluid. Comprehensive easy to refill lid with Push-fit connection for quick installation to dosing pump. Available in 1.5L, 2.5L, and 5L volume capacity.


Volume: 1.5L Item #: IC-LCT-S LxWxH: 4.3 x 4.3 x 7in
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1.1 lbs
8 × 6.25 × 9.5 in


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