Aquabot Vals Automatic Pool Cleaner
- Works on above ground pools and inground pools (will not work on soft sided, inflatable or Intex pools)
- Connects directly to skimmer or vacuum inlet
- 14” Diameter Cleaning Disc
- Includes a flow regulator
- No need for electricity - the vacuum attaches to your existing filtration system
- Universal adaptor fits all skimmer holes
- No wheels to jam, bags to empty or gears that can break
- Includes 35' of pre-engineered hose
- Made by Aqua Products
- 1-year manufacturer's warranty
The Aquabot Vals is a suction side pool cleaner designed for the most demanding swimming pool environments and all types of pools. Using the suction flow created by your pool pump, the Vals simply connects to your skimmer vacuum plate to vacuum your pool floor and uses the flow created by your pool's filter system to power itself. The hydraulic design of the Vals ensures longer equipment life, which saves you money! Aquabot pool cleaners provide crystal clear water, fewer chemicals and a healthier clean. Aquabot cleaners remove more dirt and debris from surfaces to keep your pool physically cleaner so it needs fewer chemicals.
Brand / ManufacturerAquabot, the flagship brand of Aqua Products, was built with the sole mission for making consumers' pool experience more enjoyable. The world's leader In robotic pool cleaning solutions. Fewer chemicals and a healthier clean. We are Aquabot. The Keepers of Pure. For over thirty years Aqua Products has consistently found new and innovative ways to help keep pools both cleaner and healthier. Located in Cedar Grove, New Jersey, Aqua Products is an American born, American based company that revolutionized the U.S. pool cleaning industry by introducing the first robotic pool cleaner in 1982.
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Review by Jay on Jul 2, 2017
This automatic vacuum does work very well but the direction are similar to that Swedish furniture stores and need some clarifying...
once you have connected the adapter to your skimmer along with the flow regulator and pressure meter to determine if your inside the acceptable suction range, it's time to connect the aquabot.
Prob is they don't tell you it's not going to do anything without one key step. The adjustment dial on the flow regulator has an opening on top. If you do nothing after removing all the air from the line and connecting it to the skimmer it just sits in one spot and sucks on the floor. But if quickly cover the opening on the flow regulator dial it createds a disrupted pulsing suction pattern that causes the aquabot to come to life and save your time but cleaning everything in site
Very happy especially since I didn't pay full price.