Bitspower 100cm None Chamfer Crystal Link Tube
1m Bitspower None Chamfer Crystal Link Tube, 11mm Inner Diameter, 14mm Outer Diameter, Clear
By DPD On 18th May
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None Chamfer Crystal Link Tube
This none chamfer crystal link tube offers excellent durability and strength, and is a great choice for hardline watercooling your loop. This tube has a length of 1m, an outer diameter of 14mm and a wall thickness of 3mm.
• 1. Compatible With Bitspower OD14mm hard tube Fitting.
• 2. Cut in right length and chamfer to finish.
• 3. RoHS Compliant.
|Inner Diameter (ID)|
|Outer Diameter (OD)||14mm|
|Compatible Tubing & Fittings|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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