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    Anyone had a Polaris 9300 for a season?

    OK, time to hear from those of you that have had a Polaris 9300 for a season. Would you buy it again knowing what you know now?

    Knowing that an actual brush on a Robotic cleans the walls and floor does it do a better job then a sweep tail?

    Your thoughts?
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    Pool #2 IG 35K 20X40 Vinyl. Hayward top mount Zeosand filter with Pentair 3 HP IntelliFlo VS+SVRS. Chemical Free pool using Water Doctor Copper Ion Generator, PoolSkim, Polaris 9300 Sport robotic pool cleaner, Heat Siphon pool heat pump, solar blanket, Ameri-Dome 50X30 dome enclosure during Winter.

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    Re: Anyone had a Polaris 9300 for a season?

    Next year I will
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    Re: Anyone had a Polaris 9300 for a season?

    Quote Originally Posted by XsAllOverIt
    Next year I will
    Did Santa put one under your tree? Or do you have plans to get one at the beginning of the season? What was the reason for deciding to use a 9300 Sport?
    Pool #1 IG 24k Diamond Brite plaster with spill-over spa. Jandy Aqua Link RS One Touch with built into pool floor cleaner. Jacuzzi Magnum pump/basket feeding Hayward top mount Zeosand filter. Jacuzzi Magnum pump/basket for Spa Jets. Heat Siphon pool heat pump. Dolphin Robotic pool cleaner.

    Pool #2 IG 35K 20X40 Vinyl. Hayward top mount Zeosand filter with Pentair 3 HP IntelliFlo VS+SVRS. Chemical Free pool using Water Doctor Copper Ion Generator, PoolSkim, Polaris 9300 Sport robotic pool cleaner, Heat Siphon pool heat pump, solar blanket, Ameri-Dome 50X30 dome enclosure during Winter.

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    Re: Anyone had a Polaris 9300 for a season?

    I just built a new pool and the pool company recommended it. It seemed to work pretty well the few times we used it prior to winterizing the pool... When in one of the modes, it crawls all the way onto the tile.
    18 x 36 Inground Gunnite, White Plaster 21K gallon
    18" raised spa, 8' Diameter (620 gallon)
    Triton II Sand filter, Intellichlor IC40 SWG
    Pentair Pump, Max-E-Therm 400 BTU
    Lamotte ColorQ PRO 7-Plus test kit
    TFT-100 test kit

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    Re: Anyone had a Polaris 9300 for a season?

    it's a good cleaner, just not worth the extra $$. The 280 will do the same job, but doesn't look as sexy. Let your wife do the sexy part & pocket the extra couple hundred bucks!
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    Re: Anyone had a Polaris 9300 for a season?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger987
    it's a good cleaner, just not worth the extra $$. The 280 will do the same job, but doesn't look as sexy. Let your wife do the sexy part & pocket the extra couple hundred bucks!
    I think you may be confusing the 3900 and 9300 (stupid names that generate too much confusion IMO). The 3900 requires a booster pump and works essentially the same as the 280. The 9300 is a robot, which is entirely self-contained.
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    Re: Anyone had a Polaris 9300 for a season?

    oops, yep, My error. I'm a little lysdexic at times too.
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