Dolphin E10 Robotic Pool [Vacuum] Cleaner - Ideal for Above Ground Swimming Pools up to 30 Feet - Powerful Suction to Pick up Small Debris - Easy to Clean Top Load Filter BasketView on Amazon
Dolphin Nautilus CC Plus Robotic Pool [Vacuum] Cleaner - Ideal for In Ground Swimming Pools up to 50 Feet - Powerful Suction to Pick up Small Debris - Easy to Clean Top Load Filter CartridgesView on Amazon
DOLPHIN Proteus DX3 Automatic Robotic Pool Cleaner, The Quick and Easy Way to a Clean Pool, Ideal for In - ground Swimming Pools up to 33 FeetView on Amazon
Polaris 9550 Sport Robotic Pool Cleaner, Automatic Vacuum for InGround Pools up to 60ft, 70ft Swivel Cable, Remote Control, Wall Climbing Vac w/ Strong Suction & Easy Access Debris CanisterView on Amazon
(2022 Upgrade) AIPER Cordless Robotic Pool Cleaner, Pool Vacuum with Dual-Drive Motors, Self-Parking, Lightweight, Perfect for Above/In-Ground Flat Pools up to 35 Feet (Lasts 50 Mins) - Seagull 600View on Amazon
POOL BLASTER Pulse Cordless Pool Vacuum w/Pole Set - Large Debris Capacity & Fast Hoseless Cleaning of Inground & Above Ground Pools, Handheld Rechargeable Pool Cleaner for Sand, Silt & LeavesView on Amazon
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Aiper Automatic Robotic Pool Cleaner, Robotic Pool Vacuum, Smart Remote Control, Triple-axis Motor, Multi-Layer Filtration Three Different Densities for Inground Pools Up to 60ft-Orca2000View on Amazon
POOL BLASTER Catfish Ultra Rechargeable, Battery-Powered, Pool-Cleaner, Ideal for In-Ground Pools and Above Ground Pools for Cleaning Leaves, Dirt and Sand & Silt.View on Amazon
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Ofuzzi Cordless Robotic Pool Cleaner, Max.120 Mins Runtime, Self-Parking, DIY Stickers Included, Automatic Pool Vacuum for All Above/Half Above Ground Pools Up to 1076ft² of Flat Bottom - CyberView on Amazon
Cordless Robotic Pool Cleaner, Automatic Pool Robot Vacuum with 60-90 Mins Working Time, Rechargeable Battery, IPX8 Waterproof for Above/In-Ground Swimming Pools Up to 861 Sq FtView on Amazon
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Best Overall: Dolphin E10 Robotic Pool [Vacuum] Cleaner The Dolphin E10 Robotic Pool Cleaner is perfect for Above Ground Swimming Pools up to 30 Feet. The Dolphin E10 has a powerful suction that picks up small debris. The Dolphin E10 is easy to clean with a top loading filter basket
Best Budget: POOL BLASTER Pulse Cordless Pool Vacuum Cleans large debris quickly with the Pulse Technology. Cordless and easy to maneuver. Rechargeable battery for convenient use. Hoseless design for fast cleaning of any pool
Editor’s Choice: AIPER Cordless Robotic Pool Cleaner Cleans your pool in just 50 minutes - even if it's up to 35 feet long! The lightweight design means you can take it anywhere - perfect for above/in-ground flat pools. With two drive motors, the AIPER cleans every corner of your pool quickly and easily.
Why does my pool vacuum keep stopping?
There could be a few reasons why your pool vacuum is stopping. One possibility is that the filter is clogged and needs to be cleaned. Another possibility is that the vacuum head is not getting enough suction and needs to be adjusted. Finally, it's also possible that the hose is kinked or blocked in some way. If you're not sure what's causing the problem, it's best to call a professional to take a look.
Why can't I get suction on my pool vacuum?
There are a few reasons why you might not be getting suction on your pool vacuum. One possibility is that the filter is clogged and needs to be cleaned. Another possibility is that the vacuum hose is kinked or blocked. Make sure that the hose is free of debris and kinks, and try cleaning the filter if necessary.
How many times a week does your pool need to be vacuumed?
It depends on the size of your pool and how often you swim in it. A general rule of thumb is to vacuum your pool once a week, but you may need to do it more or less often depending on your situation.
Why is my pool vacuum sticking to the bottom?
There are a few reasons why your pool vacuum might be sticking to the bottom. One possibility is that the vacuum is too heavy for the pool's filter system to handle, and it's getting stuck on the bottom of the pool. Another possibility is that there's something caught in the vacuum cleaner that's preventing it from moving freely. Finally, the filter system itself may be clogged, which is causing the vacuum to stick to the bottom.