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Mini Fridge hydroponic stealth grow box uses Deep Water Culture with 2 12 inch aristones placed directly beneath the net pots. Uses 6 23W CFL Grow bulbs (6500K veg and 2700K flowering bulbs included). Brushless fans with Odor Sok carbon filter; 2 outlet 7.8L adjustable air pump; 40GPH circulation pump; all wired into a single mounted and concealed powerstrip and light timer. Comes with seed starter cubes and hydroton. Everything you need to grow just add nutrients and seeds!

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Mini Fridge CFL Grow Box Stealth Hydroponic System

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20 Comments

  • DirtyGirlHydroponics
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    not generally, most hydro users start their seed inside seed cubes and then place the seed cube directly into the system under the hydroton grow rocks once they have germinated.

  • DirtyGirlHydroponics
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    Thats the idea. Even just before harvest on the dankest of buds you can have someone sit on top of this thing and never have any idea whats goin on inside. Zero smell, zero light emission and sounds just the same as it does when its a fridge.

  • DirtyGirlHydroponics
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    what you hear is the exhaust fan. It sounds 100times louder then it really is in the video cause the camera was about 4 inches from it at one point. The system sounds exactly as you would expect a mini fridge to sound with the compressor on.

  • Cody OR420
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    is that your air pump or fan making that loud noise? i like the mini fridge idea i'm in soil but leaning towards water. peace

  • DirtyGirlHydroponics
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    I dont know who makes it. I order in bulk whenever I see it, I ordered some from ebay about 8 months ago. May still be there. Ive only seen it a few times around the net. I'm pretty sure its manufactured in China but I really cant say for sure.

  • DirtyGirlHydroponics
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    Its similar to mylar however it has a foam backing adheared to it ensuring even texture throughout and eliminated any risk of hot spots. 

  • DirtyGirlHydroponics
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    @cmybadz400 The OdorSok carbon filter does great for this size setup. The filter is rated at 190 CFM but the fan pulls the air through at only 80 CFM ensuring complete odor removal. Its also washable/reuseable which will save you a lot of money in the long run. Larger more expensive carbon filters and blower setups are designed for larger grow tents or rooms and most are not washable thus requiring regular replacement.

    

  • DirtyGirlHydroponics
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    Excellent product, quick delivery! Great seller, kept in contact all the time 😀

    -customer feedback through eBay

  • DirtyGirlHydroponics
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    @bigdahhwg I took out most of the interior plastics and cut out a lot of the insulation from the bottom. The Odor Sok on top is the carbon filter. Its completely washable and reusable. Entire systems operates only slightly louder then you may expect a mini fridge to run but then its certainly not the smallest mini fridge, In fact its one of the largest available!
    

  • Joshua Sonnier
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    did you gut the mini fridge completely? or just cover it with the insulation / metalic material you used? Also, is the top cylinder the carbon filter? Hows it on noise?
    

  • DirtyGirlHydroponics
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    The lights I use put out a combined lumens greater then that of a 105 watt CFL grow system that you could easily pay over a hundered bucks for at any grow shop and certainly grows just fine. I include 4 6500K veg and 4 2700K flowering bulbs for spectrum specific lighting. Enclosing the system also does well to ensure no light is wasted. 

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