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Solar Sun Rings SSR-1 Solar Sun Rings Solar Pool Heater


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  • Rings should cover 70% to 80% of your pool surface
  • Provides 21,000 BTU per day for EACH unit
  • Rings are inflatable, 60 in. in diameter
  • Easy to install and remove

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007P9M1TM
  • Item model number: SSR-1
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (141 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,499 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Solar Sun Ring Palm Tree. Rings heat your pool with 21,000 btus of heat using only the power of the sun.

Customer Reviews

Two of the rings won't stay inflated so must be defective.
PRJ
These will not heat the pool but will help retain the heat once you have warm water.
Brownie
They did nothing buy waste my time, money, space and energy.
Dude

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

328 of 339 people found the following review helpful By K. Many on May 29, 2008
I bought 20 of these rings last year ( paid just over $500). The rings have worked great for us. Here are the positive points:

1 - Safer for the family should someone fall in the pool while a solar cover is on ( as the rings will separate and not engulf you).

2 - One person can put the rings on and off. This was a major plus as I am often home alone and wouldn't be able to remove a traditional solar blanket from the pool alone.

3 - The rings did help increase the water temperature and help maintain temperatures over night ( This last weekend (May) it raised my water to 78 here in NY and it was still 78 the next morning...last year the water reached 92!)

4 - The rings are compatible with automatic pool cleaners.

I have never had a problem with the rings bunching up, getting stuck by the skimmers or blocking water flow.

The negative:

1- Seems costly but if you compare it to a traditional blanket and a roller...the price wasn't that different.

2 - A pain to walk back and forth taking rings on and off...but then it would have been a bigger pain trying to do the blanket alone.

Tip: I bought a large (about 5' diameter) plastic baby pool and I lay my rings in there (stacked up) in my pool shed out of the sun when the rings are not on the pool.

One other note: I bought the Solar Sun Ring Australia (for high wind areas) they have small pockets on the rim that fill with a little water so that the wind doesn't blow the rings off the surface of the pool.

KM
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189 of 203 people found the following review helpful By S. Mayes on July 27, 2007
I spent $275 for 13 of these rings. A total waste -- they do NOT raise the water temperature, in fact, it seems as if they keep it from getting warmer when they are on the pool on a sunny day. My pool has been UP to 80 degrees 2 days - all other days mid-seventies. I have not noticed any less evaporation of water or chemicals either. The rings also collect dirt and pool chemicals which must be cleaned off every few days. Then when you take the rings off the pool, you must store them flat, out of the sun, someplace where they won't be punctured. They are very flimsy -- like a cheap toy float material. Definitely not worth the price or the aggravation.
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158 of 170 people found the following review helpful By CA Mom of 2 on August 1, 2011
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We purchased 8 of these solar floats to see how they worked. Because of the huge difference in reviews (some rave, some terrible) we decided to purchase 8 floats first to try out, then if they worked, order the rest of needed floats for our pool. We wanted to love this product so much! It is a great idea, and a wonderful alternative to the bulky huge pool covers. We got the first 8 floats and followed the instructions to a "T." The floats worked great. Stayed on surface of pool, didn't kink up like we saw other reviewers mention. The only issue with the first 8 floats was that 3 of the stems on the floats were smashed down from the way they were packaged, so the valve didn't stay closed at first. After lots of massaging, & manipulating and putting in sun, I got them all to stay closed and hold air. To be honest, I thought other reviewers just didn't follow the instructions and were complaining unfairly (sorry reviewers!!) So, we ordered the 8 remaining needed floats.

The second order of 8 had an outer ring that was VERY much smaller than the rings on the first floats. The first floats outer ring was about 3 inches wide, the second batch's outer ring was about 1 inch. The second batch was much thinner & flimsier, and despite only blowing two breaths of air into them, they all kinked up. I followed the instructions again, to the letter, and because of the kinking, tried putting the rings in the sun for 15 minutes (per directions). This helped with 3 of the rings, which now lie flat, but the remaining 5 are still all kinked up. Also, because of the smaller ring on the second batch, the pool water easily gets on top of the floats so they don't float as well and I'm not sure if they will work with water all over the top of them.
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136 of 154 people found the following review helpful By Jean Paloma on June 29, 2007
I would give it zero stars if I could. I could not be more disappointed in a product - I bought 16 of these and paid about $350, what a WASTE. You cannot leave them in the pool while the filter is running or they get all bunched up - not providing the 70-80% coverage that is recommended. In addition, they get sucked up into the skimmers, reducing water flow into the filter and can burn out the pump! Also, I thought they would be a safer alternative to a full solar "blanket" as I have dogs that like to swim. I witnessed my dog trying to swim through these, expecting the magnets to break apart, but they did not and the dog was struggling to get away from them - had to rescue the dog from being mixed up in the rings. Very POORLY designed. Not recommended to anywone.
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62 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Mark Thrice on June 1, 2010
My pool is 40x16. I've always used a solar blanket but now I have solar rings. I'm not sure which I prefer but here are the pros and cons of the rings relative to the blanket.
Pros:
1) Doesn't fully cover the water which supposedly allows the pool to "breathe" so algae are less likely to form.
2) Seems just as effective as the blanket at increasing the temp and maintaining it overnight.
3) Safer because you can't get entangled in a solar ring like you could in a blanket.
4) I can see the automatic pool cleaner (Dolphin) when the rings are on and monitor what's going on.
5) I am hoping they last longer than the blanket which was about 3 years before they began to shed plastic bits into the filter.
6) Can take the rings on and off alone but always found it difficult to unroll the blanket without a second person.

Cons:
1) Very work intensive in putting them on and taking them off. The blanket rolls up and unrolls quickly - just a few seconds - but these rings are a royal pain to fish out of the pool. If they stay attached to each other by their magnets, it helps because you can slowly pull a group toward you, but you will still need to walk around to the other side and/or end of the pool to get the stragglers.
2) It's also a pain to put them on the pool because they tend to fold over on themselves and overlap another ring, so you have to make corrections.
3) When you roll-up the blanket, all the leaves and loose crud on top move to the end of the pool where the reel is located. When the trailing edge emerges, all that stuff is dumped in the water at the end of the pool where it's easy to quickly scoop out before it disseminates. But every time you pull out a solar ring, the debris on top goes in the pool.
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