Hammerhead pool cleaner opinions?

jb

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Jul 2, 2011
86
North Texas
Leaf season upon us again. Toying with the idea of a cover, but my price was $4k. (large pool). Next choice, Leaf Master once a week. $50. Probably an hour or two. Was searching 'easiest way to get leaves out of a pool' and the Hammerhead cleaner comes up? Looks like a more powerful Leaf Master and maybe gets the job done faster. Price ~$2000. Not cheap, but half of the pool cover and you get to enjoy the water. Anybody have one or have a review?

 

HermanTX

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May 20, 2020
988
Katy TX
Pool Size
14600
Surface
Plaster
Chlorine
Liquid Chlorine
I do not have one, but I have used it and I see many pool service companies have these on the back of their trucks. They are top notch. They have different mesh nets - fine to standard, so you can pick up a lot of fine particles. I have heard nothing but good comments on the Hammerhead vacuums. It runs off of a battery power which is that blue cord.
 
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daverph

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Oct 23, 2018
5
Hilton Head Island, SC
I looked into them briefly, would have liked an automated model so decided to go with a robot instead. Saw a company selling the resort models (without the hitch etc) on eBay new for about $1300, which seemed like a decent price compared to the MSRP.
 
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