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Hayward RC9990 TigerShark Quick Clean 110-Volt/24-VDC Robotic Pool Cleaner (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Advanced, easy-to-use, in-ground robotic pool cleaner
  • Unique on-board computer calculates size of the pool and programs itself for efficiency, intended for vinyl, gunite/tile, and fiberglass
  • On-board pump cleans up dirt and debris from floor, steps, and walls
  • Features a reinforced cartridge filter element
  • Perfect for pools up to 20-by-40 feet
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Product Description

Hayward engineered this line of cleaners to be low-maintenance, easy to install and energy-efficient. The TigerShark uses less energy than pressure or suction cleaners and has been selling worldwide for 40 years. Easy to use and operate, all you do is take it out of the box, plug it in and with no additional tools required. It's equipped with a convenient shut-off function, automatically powering down at the end of its three-hour cleaning cycle. Utilizing its on-board smart computer, it calculates the size of your pool for a programmed energy efficient cleaning pattern for a spotless clean pool. . This advanced portable cleaner brushes and scrubs while it vacuums reaching everywhere in your pool including the bottom, sides and steps. It also features an easy to clean reinforced cartridge element, which means no more bags. As an additional safety measure, all TigerShark's feature a 24 DC volt, energy efficient motor.

From the Manufacturer

Hayward RC9990 TigerShark QC, 110-Volt/24-VDC 55-Feet Cord. Hayward's TigerShark QC's patented Quick clean technology cleans most size pools in 60 minutes. A more efficient cleaning pattern is achieved for quick clean-ups, while reaching all areas of your pool. Just set it in your pool and let it go.

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  • Shipping Weight: 40.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002EL40YA
  • Item model number: RC9990
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,228 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Keith Royster on July 11, 2010
I replaced an aging water pressure-driven Polaris pool vac and booster pump with a TigerShark QC, and couldn't be happier. We have a 35k gallon L-shaped vinyl lined pool, and I could never get the Polaris tuned correctly to clean every corner. If I adjusted the Polaris to have a slight left turn bias, it would miss corners on the right, and vice-versa. After running the Polaris all night, the pool bottom would only be about 80% clean.

With my TigerShark, the pool bottom is 100% clean in just a few hours, costing far less in electricity to run since I no longer need to run a booster pump all night. Last-minute plans for pool guests? No problem! The random patterns it uses provide far more efficient and complete coverage than the pressure driven Polaris. And unlike the Polaris, there is no hose "tail" whipping around, stirring up fine sediment to only settle back out later. The filter is more efficient too, so the water is cleaned better. Also, the walls get cleaned faaaaaar better than before, even up to the water line where pollen, sun lotion, and other scum normally accumulates. The TigerShark has no problems taking the hard 90-degree turns from floor to wall in the shallow end. Algae can form invisible protective slime layers on pool sides that chlorine can't easily penetrate, so weekly brushing was previously important to prevent this. Now that I know the TigerShark is scrubbing the walls too, that's one less pool chore for me.

My only complaint (and my only reason for not giving it 5 stars) is that the TigerShark occasionally gets stuck on the deep end bottom drain cover. I've seen other reviews mention this too. The drain cover is just tall enough and narrow enough that the TigerShark bottoms out and its tractor treads straddle the cover on either side.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By James P. Mailler on June 25, 2008
We bought this unit about 3 years ago from Specialty pool products. My husband wanted to replace another unit we had that worked off the pump and this unit is independent. The plus sides -- it works independently so you don't lose a skimmer like with you do with other models. You put the unit into the pool and there are two options for cleaning, a full cycle and a "quick clean." You use the cycle dependent upon how dirty the pool is. This unit cleans very easily and it really works great. If you have a lot of algae in the pool it will not climb the sides of the pool, it will simply slide down.

Here's the down side with a vinyl pool and we found out the hard way: if you do not have a heavy gauge pool liner this unit can pick up a pebble and drill it right through your liner. A year ago we had to replace our liner. I had a customer of ours order a liner. I did not know they came in various gauges and thought he ordered us the best product out there. We went ahead and replaced the liner. Right before a holiday my husband and his friend were cleaning up around the pool and took our backpack blower and blew off the walks around the pool. Sometime while doing that a rock must have been blown into the pool. I threw the pool cleaner in the next day and within 5 hours after taking it out the pool was low on water. The leakfinder guy we hired to find the leak said this is commonplace with a lot of pool vacuums. He rattled off several names but I can't remember which ones he spoke as being notorious for picking up debris and continually spinning it around until it cuts the liners. He explained that we had a thinner liner than we should have and it will make it more susceptible to holes.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Bob O'Leary on July 3, 2010
My pool is a 20x40' in ground with vinyl liner. I live in Massachusetts and use the pool from Memorial Day to Labor Day
I previously owned an Aquabot Bravo for about 4 years. It worked fine, but each year required over $100 worth of repairs and it took weeks to ship, fix, return.
I purchased a TigerShark RC10107.
I like the filters on the TigerShark, better than the bags on the Aquabot. However, this device is basically a nightmare for me. During a 3 hour cleaning it will get stuck on the cap on the main drain. The robot can get on top of it and then the treads are off the pool bottom and it cannot get off. So it's more like a turtle on it's back than a TigerShark. So I have to constantly monitor it. In three hours it can get caught as many as 12 times. If I have to do something else, cleaning can take many hours as I will come back and find it stuck for an unknown amount of time.

So much for turning it on and doing something else!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By W.C.D. on March 21, 2012
I purchased this in the summer of 2011 mostly because I know someone that has used this at different homes he has had.
I read up on all the pool cleaners and read reviews and figured Id give this one a shot.

It cleans our condo pool really good. Much better than the pool service company, and the dirt that it picks up does not end up in the DE filter which is good. The filters are easy to clean regardless of some of the reviews here. You will have it clean and put away within 5 minutes or less. Just hook up one of those pressure nozzles to the end of the hose and it cleans the filters really well. When you lift it out of the water it does, as some users report, lets some dirt go back in the water. It really isn't much though. You see it on the surface then it gets diluted, its not as if the whole filter dumps back in the pool,but if that's really a concern let it drain on the deck surface.

Sometimes it climbs the stairs but doesn't clean all of the stair area but it always climbs the walls of our plaster pool.
It does get stuck on the bottom drain. It didn't seem to do it at first but a month or so after getting the Shark we were required to swap our drain covers for VGB compliant covers (which is a total extortion scam by the way) and with the new covers, it gets stuck all the time, with or without the high velocity inlet thing that my Shark came with and, whether or not I run the shark with the pump on or off. At first I thought it was a suction issue, but it's a clearance issue.It's almost as if the Shark seeks out the cover because when it gets stuck, I will move it away and it goes right back to it. This doesn't warrant giving the shark 1 star however as the shark still cleans the pool very well, but you cant walk away for 3 hours and expect a clean pool.
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