Anyone use a Pool Tiger?

Flybriz

Bronze Supporter
Apr 18, 2010
43
Tulsa, OK
#1
I’ve been getting Facebook ads for Pool Tiger as of late. I’ve watched the videos and I’m intrigued, but I can’t find any reviews online except for those on the site. It’s expensive, but might be worth it if it works as advertised. Does anyone have experience with it or are familiar with the concept of hydraulic harmonics?

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Ah, never mind. I searched a little harder and found this thread: https://www.troublefreepool.com/threads/140690-Crazy-Pool-Care-Technique-Is-This-Real

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Jimrahbe

Mod Squad
TFP Expert
LifeTime Supporter
Jul 7, 2014
10,224
Bedford, TX
#2
Fly,

If you like the Pool Tiger, I have an old bridge in Brooklyn that I would be willing to sell you for a great price...

Let me know if you are interested... :p

Jim R.
 

tstex

Silver Supporter
Aug 28, 2012
1,418
Houston, TX
#4
Here is what is also claims to do:

"•Infusing the water with healthy negative ions to improve mood, focus and energy levels"

I knew my water ions were not of the proper mood. I should see if I can install one on my shower head so the first thing in the morning I can have an improved mood, focus better and have higher energy. I wonder if the Pool Tiger folks can tell me how they measure the change in pool ions? If Barney Fife and Gomer Pyle were alive, they'd buy a Pool Tiger...

I wonder if Pool Tiger can increase the hardness of your gunite shell if needed?
 

Flybriz

Bronze Supporter
Apr 18, 2010
43
Tulsa, OK
#5
I think I might just put an actual tiger in my pool. His treading water will keep the algae molecules broken up (and generate negative ions!) and if I can put some wash mits on his paws, he can keep the walls clean and sparkly. He will also eat the swimmers, so no more adding chemicals after a heavy bather load. It's a win-win.