Pool Cleaner. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 16:33:42 PM
They can do pools of up to 50 squareorfeet in size and of any shape and form. The ultimate difference between the Aquabot Turbo T and T2, is the tracks system brushes used. The Aquabot Turbo T requires a float to help it make swift turns. The Aquabot Turbo T2 has a splittrack system allowing it to turn faster and in tighter areas such as pool steps. Should you wish to remotely control your robot pool cleaner; the Turbo T4RC will do that for you.
Figuring out the pools size and settling on a budget is obviously an important step to consider. All robot pool cleaners must be started manually. When turning the robot on, one needs to either set the number of hours of servicing or set the pool cleaner on continuous mode. Aboveground round pool owners definitely benefit from a lower acquisition cost since these pool cleaners do not have as many components as the Aquabot Turbo series and the Aquabot Basic. The Aquabot Turbo series (T Jet, T, T2, T4RC) and the Aquabot Basic pool cleaners are designed for in ground pools.
Suctionside automatic inground pool cleaners are a popular option because of their economical prices and their ease of installation and operation. These models are very effective at suctioning up dirt from pool floors and automatically clean in a random pattern. Although suctionside inground pool cleaners are advantageous in the sense that they operate off your existing pool equipment, they are not as effective at vacuuming up larger debris, they can cause your pool filter to become clogged and they are better at cleaning pool floors than pool walls.
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