Doheny's Mercury

lisevolution

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I was just looking at the Doheny's site while still debating between a Dolphin or Polaris product and I noticed they have a cleaner called the Mercury that's a little bit more expensive than the Discovery. I'm assuming it's a rebranded S300 or 300i. Can anyone confirm?

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pooldv

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Yes, that is the Doheny's versions of the Maytronics S300 and/or Dolphin Active30. I am big fan of my Maytronics S series robot.
 

YippeeSkippy

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Sure looks to be so to me! The 300/300i is the only one with Bluetooth. And an excellent price considering i paid $799 for Dolphin Discovery.

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lisevolution

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Ok cool, I think I'm going to pull the trigger on it tonight. It doesn't come with the caddy the 300i does but I don't really need that and this price is $300+ less than the Polaris 9550 I was considering as the other option. That's a lot of pool chemicals I'll be saving if I go with the Mercury!
 

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Ok cool, I think I'm going to pull the trigger on it tonight. It doesn't come with the caddy the 300i does but I don't really need that and this price is $300+ less than the Polaris 9550 I was considering as the other option. That's a lot of pool chemicals I'll be saving if I go with the Mercury!

Using TFP methods that could be two year’s worth of chemicals.
 

lisevolution

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Using TFP methods that could be two year’s worth of chemicals.

Since I'm new to this board, I'm going to have to get acquainted with the TFP Method this summer. I'm glad I found this site because I'm definitely very new to pool ownership. We bought a home with an existing inground vinyl lined pool that is definitely in need of upgrading in the next couple of years as the liner is starting to sag in some spots and the cement in one of the corners has dropped a couple of inches so I'm sure that won't survive too much longer. That said I'm going to try and keep it in full operating condition as long as I can so we can save to re-do it the right way in a couple of years.
 
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