Robot Recommendation

mrcjh98

Member
Jul 10, 2013
5
Chester County, PA
I'm about to sign a contract on a new pool which includes a Polaris TR35P with booster pump. The pool is ~750SF which will include a ~110SF sunshelf and 2 love seats. It will be ~3ft to ~6.5ft deep. Is now the time to get a robot?? I'm hoping I can get a ~$750-$800 credit to not get the included cleaner/pump, and would apply that to a robot. Is there any particular unit anyone would recommend for a pool like described? Thanks!
 

mas985

TFP Expert
LifeTime Supporter
May 3, 2007
13,825
Pleasanton, CA
Pool Size
20000
Surface
Plaster
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
A robot is the way to go.

These are pretty popular:

 

YippeeSkippy

Mod Squad
LifeTime Supporter
Jan 17, 2012
14,963
Evans, Georgia
I would never bother with a lower performing pool cleaner that requires a full booster pump (cha-ching$) just to run. The easiest thing is to have a power outlet placed near enough to the pool to use a robot. They outperform those outdated pressure side cleaners *and* climb the walls to scrub up to the water line. Robots for the WIN! :pARTY:

Look at the Maytronics site online, their residential robots.

Maddie