Polaris p825

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crzypatsfan
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Polaris p825

Postby crzypatsfan » Wed 16 May, 2018 17:26

I don't think this thing is worth the money. It spends all the time on the deep end and never cleans the entire surface. Also it seems like it blows the dirt through the top of it.. Any suggestions on better automated cleaners? [img]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180516/e9e17893337aa77fd90279381f7e3d62.jpg[/img][img]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180516/28847b7da9d25139ed05e94b4914e902.jpg[/img][img]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180516/c24a698a2f8f8cb9033902101019fe3d.jpg[/img][img]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180516/c73d8f9a9a0368f42d497e64623c79c2.jpg[/img][img]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20180516/6deaaa9604b4db05307181318caef26e.jpg[/img]

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Re: Polaris p825

Postby Teapot » Wed 16 May, 2018 17:42

Do it by hand, manual cleaning. Quicker more accurate (no missed bits), quite relaxing and saves a lot of money.
Sold my pool robot to someone else

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