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    Anyone using Pool Blaster Vacuum's? Opinions?

    I was wondering what the consensus was one Water Tech's Pool Blaster Vacuums?

    I am looking at the Pool Blaster Centennial, Ivac M3 and the Pool Blaster Max CG model's. I have a 16ft Ultra frame pool and I am looking for the best Vacuum. I think I would prefer one of the rechargeable models vs. using a garden hose and adding cold water. Has anyone had experience the Pool Blaster brand? The Max CG seems pretty pricey, is it worth the extra 100 bucks over the Centennial?

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    Re: Anyone using Pool Blaster Vacuum's? Opinions?

    Hi,

    I have the Pool Blaster Max (the blue one). Love it. Got it through ebay and Amazon (had one for a few years and the battery went...bought a second one as soon as it went!) for a pretty good deal.

    For when my pool is really dirty, I still take out the vacuum and hose, but for quick cleanups and spot cleaning, the pool blaster works great.
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    Re: Anyone using Pool Blaster Vacuum's? Opinions?

    Ha, I guess my description of "the blue one" probably doenst help becuase I think they're all blue!

    I have either the Max or Max CG. I'll have to take a look when I get home.
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    Re: Anyone using Pool Blaster Vacuum's? Opinions?

    I have the rechargable Max. Use it more than my Pool Rover Jr. if there's no sticks twigs or such in the pool. And if so, I usually just dip that stuff out begore firing up the Max. I use it a LOT in between times I actually really, really HAVE to vacuum. Get the little inside silt/liner bags to go with it too. It really helps capture some finer stuff. Highly recommended by me. Ebay or Amazon is your friend.
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