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Aqua Products NE3300F AquaFirst Turbo In-Ground Robotic Pool Cleaner

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Availability: Discontinued
Our Price: $959.95
  • Designed For Pools Up To 50 Ft. In Size
  • For All Pool Surfaces - Concrete, Fiberglass, & Vinyl
  • Takes 2-3 Hours To Clean Most Pools
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For a fast cleaning pool cleaner that will have you swimming in a few short hours, consider the Aqua Products NE3300F AquaFirst Turbo in-ground robotic pool cleaner.

Fast Cleaning
Clean your pool floor in 3 hours or less using the Aqua Products NE3300F. This robotic pool cleaner also knows when it is done and automatically shuts off.

5,000 Gallons
This robotic pool cleaner productively filters 5,000 gallons of pool water per hour and gets rid of debris, dirt, and algae.

At only 17 pounds, this lightweight pool cleaner is easy to manage and transport to and from your pool for efficient cleaning.

60 Foot Cord
For mobility around the pool, the Aqua Products NE3300F features a 60 foot floating cord and a low voltage transformer.

  • Model: NE3300F
  • UPC: 672875600786
  • Product Type: In-Ground Robotic Pool Cleaner
  • Product Dimensions: L: 19.50" x W: 18.20" x H: 17.50"
  • Product Weight: 17.00 lbs.
  • Application: Fast cleaning pool cleaner
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Voltage: 24 volts
  • Certifications: ETL , UL
  • Equipment Type: Pool Cleaner
  • Cleaner Type: Automatic Robotic
  • Compatible Pool Surfaces: Fiberglass , Vinyl , Concrete
  • Pool Type: Above Ground
  • Cleaning Area Type: Floor
  • Type of Use: Residential
  • Pool Size: 50 feet
  • Capacity: 5000 gallons per hou
  • Cable Length: 60 feet
  • Scrubbing Type: Powerful brushes
  • Remote Control: No
  • Transport Caddy: No
  • Backed by a 1 year warranty for reliability
  • Great for all pool surface types
  • Have your pool clean in only a few hours
  • Lightweight at only 17 lbs.
  • Long 60 ft. cord for mobility
  • Low cost operation at a nickel per day

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