Not sure about that...I have a fiberglass pool. This is probably a problem with the installation of the pebbles...the rubber brushes are pretty soft and the agitation doesn't seem too rough from seeing it at the waterline.Also he is seeing pebbles come off and into the robot.
Just so you know that as long as the robot has a long enough floating cable you can do as I do which is, I stand the robots control unit at one of the two corners of the pool where the cover closes last and feed in all the cable at the corner prior to closing. Once closed the robot remains working beneath the cover without a hitch.I haven't had a problem with the cord tangling. Been using it almost daily for a week now to get the new pool clean. I also ordered the ultra fine basket which is doing a great job picking up the construction dust and paver sand that mad its way into the pool. I don't leave the robot in the pool since I have an autocoder that I close each night.
Is there a difference between the 9650iQ and the VRXiQ? Does the 9650iQ have a swivel that is supposed to keep the cord from tangling?
So it was 1599. Sale-159 add 111 tax. Total 1550. Rebate hopefully, will be 125 paid as a Visa card.Thanks for all the info. I think Leslie's is running a sale mid-June. Hoping they have a good deal on the VRX. My 4 year old P825 has been stopping before completing a full cleaning cycle and I don't want to start putting money in that machine, so will probably upgrade if the P825 stops running altogether. What would you consider a good price for the VRX... $1,500?