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    What AquaBot should I purchase?

    Hello all,
    I am in Central Texas and hoping to keep my pool up year round. I really need advice for a automatic pool vacuum as the dinky garden hose version that came with the pool requires me getting into the pool, I am only a few inches taller than the pool.
    Anyone have advice?
    I plan to try to upgrade the filter pump to a sand pump as well.
    Thanks in advance,
    Poolmama72

    22ft x 52in Intex Ultra Frame, installed and using happily
    Intex Saltwater system
    Intex cartridge filter pump
    Intex 22'x52" round Ultra Frame pool, 10,472 gal.
    Intex Saltwater System Model ECO 8110
    Intex Cartridge Filter Pump
    Central Texas Weather :-)

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    Re: What AquaBot should I purchase?

    Depends on your needs and preference...I love my aquabot. I have the S50. It does a wonderful job. I put it in the pool..hook up and start..I can walk away to get stuff done..come back 2 hours later..and my pool is clean. I love not having to babysit it.

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    Cornelius 15 Round , Semi Inground, TF-100 Test Kit, Speedstir
    Hayward 2 Speed Pump Swimpro 150 Cartridge Filter
    Pool Rover S2-50, Maytronics Solara Heating System

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    Re: What AquaBot should I purchase?

    I have the Pool Rover Jr, it is good for up to 24' dia pools.

    The Pool Rover Junior is the automatic hose free solution to cleaning flat bottomed floors of 24 diameter pools in as little as 30 minutes. It removes everything from large leaves to algae small as 2 microns with its easy to clean, reusable state-of-the-art filter bag. The Pool Rover Junior also is equipped with extra-wide non-marring wheels allow it to roll over ripples and deep footprints in pool bottoms.
    AquaMaster Deluxe 8000 AGP, 5500 gallons, 12x18. Liquidator and Pool Rover JR.
    1st Pool so go easy on me I'm using a TF 100.

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    Re: What AquaBot should I purchase?

    Thanks! I wonder, have you had any problem with the cord tangling? I have read this is a problem with Aquabots in online reviews.
    Intex 22'x52" round Ultra Frame pool, 10,472 gal.
    Intex Saltwater System Model ECO 8110
    Intex Cartridge Filter Pump
    Central Texas Weather :-)

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    Re: What AquaBot should I purchase?

    Quote Originally Posted by Poolmama72 View Post
    Thanks! I wonder, have you had any problem with the cord tangling? I have read this is a problem with Aquabots in online reviews.
    Mine twist like there is no tomorrow, a buddy suggested pre twisting in the opposite direction, I might try that and changing my wheel settings.

    John
    AquaMaster Deluxe 8000 AGP, 5500 gallons, 12x18. Liquidator and Pool Rover JR.
    1st Pool so go easy on me I'm using a TF 100.

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