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Thread: Polaris 9300

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    Polaris 9300

    Does anyone have a Polaris 9300 and like it or would you suggest another type of Robotic cleaner?

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    Re: Polaris 9300

    I looked at the 9300 but I read a lot of posts about their wheels breaking. I went with the Aquabot elite RC. I've had it about three weeks now and it's working great.

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    Re: Polaris 9300

    This cleaner is great!


    In less than 2 years i had to change:

    - Power Cord / 1 time
    - Power Supply / 2 times
    - Wheels / 2 times
    - Canister / 1 time

    After fixing so many things with is i am not under waranty anymore and the cleaner refuses to start (blinking lights).
    I called everybody that could help me me with it including Polaris to troubleshoot the issue. Nothing worked!

    I decided to buy a Dolphin Supreme M5 and will receive it this week. I hope i will like it...

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    Re: Polaris 9300

    We sold a lot of the 9300 when they first hit market and absolutely loved them. Unfortunately, we were met with bad results come the 2nd and 3rd year of use. The design and usability is great, however the quality of it, or maybe it's just the way it works, doesn't seem to live up to the Polaris name. When looking at robotics, the two major quality names are Dolphin and Aquabot.
    Chris - In the Industry

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    Re: Polaris 9300

    I have had the 9300 since last September. This is out 1st robot so can't compare but I have had no problems or major complaints. One minor grip. It leaves some small/fine dirt behind. That is solved by purchasing the dirt canister but at a $50 expense. IMO is should have same with the cleaner.
    18x36 Grecian Vinyl; 8' Roman steps w/t 2 spa jets; cozy cove w/t 6 spa jets; 2 MD, 1 Skimmer, 3 returns; Hayward Ecostar, 30" Ranger sand filter; Hayward color logic 4.0 LED light; Hayward aqua logic; 2" PVC pipe 4 Jandy Valves

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    Re: Polaris 9300

    This is a bad choice. After three months the wheel broke - the hub is just 9 mil thick (three sheets of plastic film). Lots of reviews on line about these poorly manufactured wheels. I filled the hubs with Marine Epoxy to reinforce the weak spot. But stay away from this robot - it is junk and will not do stairs and struggles in the deep end. should sell for more like 300 bucks.

    Wish I got a dolphin ...
    -recently purchased Intex Ultra Frame 26' x 52" round pool. Gorilla Pad, plan to get Sand Filter Pump & Saltwater System as well. Mewbie / First Time Pool Owner!

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