Yeah, so in the filter basket with the S300, the inner insert is the coarse screen and then the fine screens pop into the frame on the outside. So, when you take it apart, there's one coarse basket to clean and 4 pleated fine screens. It's a neat design. The bottom of the basket is hinged so if it has a lot of debris then you just hold it over the garbage, hit the latch and the bottom swings open to let all the junk fall out.Nice! Mine is different. The coarse, mesh screens are the same as the fine, pleated filters. One or the other.
Thanks. It's a pretty slick unit.Nice photos and vid! I like that basket. Very good choice!
Thanks. It's a pretty slick unit.
Gripe #1 - The App could be a little more informative. It lets you set the options you want but, once the unit is running, it just reports that it's running with no feedback on how far into the cleaning cycle you are. I can't imagine it would be all that hard to display that info or have the unit ping the app when it's done.
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It was designed by the same guy that designed the Pentair remotes... oke:
Well, I did ask about the handheld, analog joystick control option (think Atari joystick) with bicycle driven power supply but the sales guy insisted that was not an option. I made him call the engineers in Israel to confirm.....they shouted something back in Hebrew, didn't sound too nice....The sales guy said if I wasn't completely happy I could come back in and trade the robot for a manual vacuum head....he had some nice looking manual vacuums....This from someone without screen logic? Really?