I was wondering if anyone had a strong opinion (good or bad) about an automatic pool vacuum that you have used at your facility. I am looking to replace my current vacuum and am afraid that I am going to purchace another high maintenance machine. I operate a large pool (50m x 25yd) so would be interested in any opinions about larger commercial models. ($5,000-$6,000). Anyone have an good suggestions or brand/models to avoid?

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Comment by Dana on April 2, 2010 at 5:34pm
Well, My pool is significantly smaller 20ydx6yd, BUT we have a wonderful pool vac. It is an Aquabot Turbo T-Jet. It is tiny, and meant for a much smaller and residential pool than ours but has cost under $800 in the last 20 months to run 4-5 nights per week, removing almost all debris from the pool.
It is the easiest and most dependable of all models I've run into, pool shark, gemini, etc., any robotic cleaners that are supposed to be "smart" and map the pool.
It's simple, easy to fix, has few moving parts (wheels instead of tracks is BRILLIANT!) and has few steps to easily operate it. All of my people (15) can put it in, clean the filter, and pull it out! It actually works!
Comment by Tom Calvin on April 1, 2010 at 4:41pm
I am the Commercial Division Manager for Maytronics, manufacturer of Dolphin robotic pool cleaners. If I can answer any questions for you or help in any way, please do not hesitate to ask.
Comment by Mark Garneau on February 16, 2010 at 8:45am
I have the same question - our Gemini has been extremely high maintenance. And now it sits in a box costing over $2000 to fix (plus shipping).

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