Ready for extreme growth, monster yields & mighty roots? There’s only one pot you want - the Oxypot. Everyone’s raving about them!
- 19L Oxypot - 34 x 34 x 38 (W x L x H)
- Extreme rooting & growth
- Unlimited access to oxygen & nutrients
How it Works
Plants grow in a mesh pot filled with clay pebbles. Roots grow out of the mesh pot, straight into an oxygen rich nutrient solution.
This gives them a constant, unlimited supply of nutrients and plenty of oxygen.
You don’t need to worry about underwatering or overwatering – plants use what they need. You can expect explosive root growth & staggering yields. It’s incredible.
- Explosive root growth
- Faster nutrient uptake
- No over or underwatering
Plants have unlimited access to nutrients and oxygen to speed up nutrient uptake & growth.
Big, Healthy Roots
Roots are unrestricted by media, there's plenty of oxygen to support root growth. Best of all, nasty root diseases can't survive where there's high oxygen.
Maximum Growing Space
Why are Oxypots square? To give you more growing space. It’s simple, but genius.
Nutrient Level Indicator
To protect it from knocks, the indicator pipe sits in an in-built groove.
Pots are crack-resistant and connections are secure.
Simple to Use
Pots are self contained - just keep them topped up with nutrient solution.
No Risk of Contamination
Nutrient solution stays in one pot, so problems can't spread.
Low Media Waste
The only media you use is clay pebbles.
Airstone, Air Pump & Air Pipe Included
You can start growing from day 1.
1 x Oxypot:
- 1 x Oxypot Growing System (Base, Lid, Net Pot, Accessory Pack)
- 1 x Budget Air Pump (Single Outlet - 1.6 Litres/minute)
- 1 x 50mm Blue Golf Ball Air Stone
- 2m of Air Line
4 x Oxypot:
- 4 x Oxypot Growing System (Base, Lid, Net Pot, Accessory Pack)
- 1 x Budget Air Pump (4 Outlet - 4 x 2.5 Litres/minute)
- 4 x 50mm Golf Ball Air Stone
- 8m of Air Line
8 x Oxypot:
- The Tech
• Dimensions: 34cm x 34cm x 38cm (W x L x H)
• Capacity: 19 Litres
If this isn’t the right size for you, try one of our other Oxypots:
• Dimensions: 58.5cm x 83cm x 38cm (W x L x H)
• Capacity: 70 Litres
• Dimensions: 83cm x 83cm x 38cm (W x L x H)
• Capacity: 110 Litres
Oxypot R-DWC System:
• Dimensions: Up to 24 Oxypots, each one 34cm x 34cm x 38cm (W x L x H)
• Capacity: Up to 24 x 19 Litre Pots
- Kit Contains
The 1 x Oxypot includes:
- How to Use
Full assembly instructions are available in the downloads tab.
Plants started in rockwool cubes, root riots or jiffys can be transplanted into an Oxy-Pot. Make sure that they are root bound before transplanting.
Feeding your plants
Avoid using any nutrients that are organic -active systems and biological ingredients don’t mix well. We recommend using SHOGUN Samurai’s hydroponic nutrients, which are mineral based.
You need to completely change your solution roughly every 2 – 3 weeks, topping up in between changes.
Plants under lights tent to absorb more water than nutrients. To keep your nutrient strength from rising, top up the pot with half strength nutrient solution between changes. Take an EC reading and add more nutrients if you need to. Don’t forget to monitor and tweak your pH.
Leave the pump on 24/7 – never let plant roots dry.
- Q & A
Questions and Answers (12)I want to use this system for the vegetative stage of growing to establish a strong root mass before transplanting my plants to soil, is it easy to remove the root mass through the net pot hole for transplanting or is it not possible, my vegetative stage would run 6 - 8 weeks? ThanksIt would be difficult to transplant an established plant into soil at the end of the veg stage without damaging the roots. The X-Stream Aeroponic propagators would be the best way to establish a strong root system before potting the plants on for the rest of the vegetative phase. The Rhizopots will encourage the plants to develop a large, healthy root system as they eliminate root circling.
Written by DS | 6 Nov 2016hi would growing one plant in the centre of the four pot system be the same as the single pot or will it produce a bigger plant and yield.thanksYou would generally get a bigger plant in the 4 pot system as the roots have more space to develop in the larger tank.
Written by GG | 12 Jun 2016Hi, what size tent would comfortably house the 4 pot system? Many thanksWe would advise using the XL BudBox Grow Tent for a 4 pot IWS Oxyot system.
Written by TG | 5 Jun 2014I wish to turn the 4 pot package into a 4 pit bubbler system with reservoir and feeder tank...do you sell the items for me to do this? Also do you provide plans like you have for the 1 pot set up?It would be possible to do this using parts from the IWS Bubbler systems. The technical team will be able to talk you through what you need to get. They can be contacted.
Written by JC | 6 Dec 2013Hi, Could you please tell me what size (in ltrs) the buckets that come with the IWS Oxypots are? Many thanks.The IWS Oxypot systems have a maximum capacity of 19 litres.
Written by Greg | 27 Jun 2013Apart from rockwool, seedling, nutrients and stuff, would this be able to hold the plant till harvest? and I assume it's re-usable? :)The IWS Oxy Pot will allow you to grow plants to maturity. I would advise using some form of plant support when the plant gets bigger. You could use eitherYo-yos, or crop support netting. The Oxy Pot is reuseable, I would recommend giving the unit a thorough clean with a solution of Oxy-plus between crops, & also replace the airstone.
Written by Harry | 18 Jun 2013What nutrients do you recommend to use with these systems in different stages? Seedlings, veg , bloomI would go with Vita Link Plant Start for cutting & seedling stage, then Vita Link Max Grow & Bloom for the veg & flowering phases.
Written by Numbah1 | 7 Apr 2013my question s regarding the 8 pot Oxypot kit. does each pot have its own individual pump?The 8 plant IWS Oxypot kit is supplied with 2 4 outlet air pumps, you would use 1 airstone in each Oxypot.
Written by TB | 17 Feb 2013Won't the roots rot due to the roots just sitting in the water?As the air pump is running 24 hours a day, the nutrient solution is very rich in oxygen, which will help stop the roots from suffering. Many people also use products such as Root Rot Stop to help prevent root problems.
Written by matt | 27 Aug 2011hiya my question is regarding the 1 pot oxy pot, when you change the water in the pot how would i go about doing this?We would recommend changing the nutrient solution every week, the easiest way to do it is to use a pump and a length of tubing. There is an inspection hatch on the lid of the Oxy Pot, which will allow you to get a tube into the nutrient to drain it.
Written by gavin | 7 Aug 2011are these any good for a mother plant.We would recommend the Aquafarm or Waterfarm for a mother plant.
Written by kev | 7 Aug 2011Hi there what is the dimensions of the pots? Many thanks DaveThese are 33cm high, 32cm across.
Written by DC | 30 May 2011