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Thread: Kokido V-Trap Review

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    Jun 2013
    Green Bay, WI

    Kokido V-Trap Review

    Just wanted to share some feedback on this unit that I purchased about a month ago.

    I bought this to use on my 18’ x 48” Intex Ultra Frame with the 1500gph pump/filter.

    • Came with the hose(s) and a pole
    • Came with the adapters that fit right up with the factory Intex inlet
    • Got it for $50 shipped to my door

    • So I knew I was going to be cutting it close with the stock Intex 1500gph pump since they said a minimum of 1000gph. I would say you need every bit of 1500gph.
    • Pole is very flimsy
    • It is extremely difficult to get the base off the unit so that you can remove the basket from it. I’ve broke 3 of the 6 little fins on the bottom already in the 3 times I’ve used it. It seems as though the debris you suck up gets into the threads and prevents it from opening easily. Even when clean it doesn’t open/close the best.
    • The basket filter only catches large debris not the fine stuff

    Overall I am not happy with it at all and would return it in a heartbeat if I could.
    Any questions I would be happy to help.
    Doughboy 24' x 48" (AG), AQUA Tools Cartridge Filter, Frog System
    2004 Sundance Cameo SPA

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    Jan 2014
    Reynoldsburg, Ohio

    Re: Kokido V-Trap Review

    Thank you for the review. I saw that v-trap unit and it looks interesting.
    22,750 gallon in-ground Vinyl Liner (1 main, 2 skimmers, 5 returns) 16x38 from 4' to 9'
    1hp A.O. Smith coupled to Hayward Superpump 52gpm
    300 lb Sta-Rite Crystal-Flo sand filter
    Hayward Comfortzone gas heater
    Manual Pool Vacuum (yes seriously)

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