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    Grecian Lazy L

    Anyone have one? Pics?

    Thoughts on the style......like it, don't like it?

    Still trying to decide on shape for a pool being built in two weeks and I am having second thoughts.

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    Re: Grecian Lazy L

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    Re: Grecian Lazy L

    Thank you

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    Re: Grecian Lazy L

    I would recommend posting what you consider a Grecian Lazy L and that may get the ball rolling. I'm too lazy to look it up but would be happy to give thoughts to a posted picture.
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    Re: Grecian Lazy L

    Here are some pics I pulled from Google images.







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    Re: Grecian Lazy L

    That style looks like one typically done in vinyl versus gunite. The shape is pleasing to me. True L's would give a larger shallow area.
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    Re: Grecian Lazy L

    We have a vinyl in ground pool that is similar to the 3rd image. I like the shape and it works well in the location - off to the side of our back yard with the shallow end and steps angled towards the house. We use a solar cover and the shape makes it a little tricky to get the cover on and off but that's the biggest complaint. Personally, I like that it is a geometric shapes but with a bit more interest than a perfect rectangle. I do tend to get a bit of extra debris in the sheltered corner due to non ideal circulation but "Poomba" out robot takes care of that.
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