Water Tech Pool Blaster Aqua Broom Battery Powered Vacuum
- Powered by 5 D-Cell batteries (Batteries not included)
- On/off Swivel similar to a flashlight
- 3 hours run time
- Hi-flow vacuum motor
- Automatic; no pumping or connections to filter or skimming
- Use by hand or attach to any standard telescopic pole (telescopic pole not included)
- Quick released telescopic pole connector
- Built-in wheels for ALL pools
- Re-usable filter bag
- Ideal for spot cleaning debris, sand, even algae from kiddie pools, spas, fountains or any pool
- Easy-grip handle for step, stair and surface cleaning
- Lightweight body
- Built-in hanging storage notch
- Power Rating: 100
- Scrubbing Brushes: No
- Cleaning Coverage Sq. Ft/ Hour: 671 Sq ft Hr.
- Run Time: 3 Hours (based on multiple cleanings)
- Vacuum Head Width: 6"
- Crevice Corner Nozzle: No
- Unit Size: 23.5" x 6.5" x 3.5"
- Unit Weight: 1.70 lbs
- Warranty: 1 year electronic related components.
PARTS NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY: The filter bag and head cover and pool adapter cuff require replacement in the ordinary course of use due to normal wear.
The Aqua Broom is one of the most affordable battery powered pool and spa cleaners ever made. It is up to 20 times more powerful than wand type cleaners. With its optional micro filter bags, it removes sand, silt and even algae. It is an incredible new development in small pool and spa cleaning, keeping your pool sparkling clear.
Brand / ManufacturerFrom its humble beginnings less than a decade ago, Water Tech has erupted in both the US and international markets. Water Tech's growing industry presence is supported by its world class customer service, allowing it to quickly become a leader in the world of pool and spa cleaning. Now featuring six different battery powered models in the Pool Blaster line and ten other cleaners, Water Tech has made its presence felt in every corner of the pool cleaning market.
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Review by pops on Jun 15, 2017 Verified Purchase
bought this thing last year. replaced with all new batteries this year will not run.