CircuPool Starter Kit

Jimrahbe

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Jul 7, 2014
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Bedford, TX
B,

You don't "need" it... the stand would be neat for cleaning the cell, but not at $65 bucks. Since I doubt you will need to take it out in the winter because of your location, you won't need the bypass tube.

I'm sure you know how we feel about phosphates... :p

Thanks,

Jim R.
 

ping

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Jun 24, 2011
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I just use a 5 gallon bucket to put the cell in and a winterizing freeze plug to cap the cell on one end, works like a charm.
 

BasicTek

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Oct 9, 2016
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Lake Mary, FL
I spent $25 on my hayward cleaning stand, and it sits in my cabinet because my cell has never needed cleaning.... Thanks to this forum I maintain a slightly - CSI and my cell still looks brand new a year later. Maybe someday I'll get my $25 worth but I think I wasted my $$$ plus as said it's only a convenience, it's plenty easy to clean a cell without. I can't think of any reasons I'd need the other 2 items
 

Jimrahbe

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If you want to spend a little more SMART money buy a Hayward system.
Doug,

Curious why you would say that??? The CircuPool systems have been getting great reviews here...

Why would you think it would be smarter???

Not sure you noticed but the OP has a 30K pool and Hayward does not offer any 60K salt systems....

Thanks,

Jim R.