Dual G1/4" White Bitspower Deluxe Water Cooling Fitting

Bitspower Deluxe Dual G1/4" Fitting, White, Brass, DIY Fitting for Custom Water Cooling Loops

Scan code: LN47384 Manufacturer code: BP-DWWP-C08 Request call
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Product Overview Deluxe Dual G1/4" White water cooling fitting from Bitspower. Features • True Hi-Flow Design.
• High Quality Brass Material.
• Bitspower High Durability E-Plated Technology In White Colour.
• Hiding O-Ring Design.
• RoHS Compliant.
• G1/4" Threads On Both Sides.
• 5mm Thread Length.

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Dual G1/4" White Bitspower Deluxe Water Cooling Fitting
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