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Blue Pearl Robotic Cleaner


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  • Shipping Weight: 29 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000FMTM6Q
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #279,881 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Computerized system ensures debris is removed from your pool--regardless of shape--in three hours or less. PVA super-climbing brushes. Built-in air sensor shuts off when out of water. Tangle-free low-voltage power cord and drive motor overload add protection. Doesn't require hoses, booster pumps or installation. Includes on-board, reusable filter bags. 2-Year Warranty.

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Customer Reviews

Water Tech won't be on the list.
S. Carnet
Of course, I replaced the drive belts, and the tractors drive belts twice.
Robert Mitidiero
Purchased beginning of season 2007, shaft on drive motor broke in 2008.
Beth Schnars

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Fireboat on August 11, 2009
I live in Miami and I purchased the Blue Pearl about 6 months ago for my in-ground 15 X 30 gunite pool. I use it one to two times a week. I was apprehensive about spending this much money for a pool cleaner, especially when I couldn't find any kind of consistent positive reviews for robotic cleaners in general.
But, even though my pool looks perfect, it is old and plumbing for it has always been marginal. Which makes vacuuming slow with not enough suction to run a typical automatic pool cleaner. So I was forced to consider a more expensive robotic cleaner.
Overall, I have been very happy with my decision to purchase the Blue Pearl. I have gotten plenty of use out of it without any problems and it does a really great job of cleaning if you use it regularly. It has never hung up on the ladder or the steps. It goes to the surface and turns around and goes back down the wall. It will clean my pool in about 1.5-2.0 hours but will shut itself off after 3 hours. To minimize wear and tear, if I am around, I will turn it off when the pool is clean. You are then supposed to let it set for at least 10 minutes to let the motor cool before removing the cleaner. You are also not supposed to leave the cleaner in the pool indefinitly I guess to prevent water getting past the motor seals. The only hassle is cleaning the filter bag which takes about 5 minutes but is still much less than the time to clean the pool your self.
I am sure it is made by the same people that make Aquabot (the warranty address is the same) and most of the components if you look at parts schematics are identical.
I wasn't impressed with quality control however. When I first put my Blue Pearl in the pool, it simply didn't move. I took it out and found that the drive belt and one of the gears wasn't installed correctly.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By S. Carnet on May 11, 2010
We've just purchased our second Blue Pearl. Our first one lasted three years with good performance and was a real time saver in cleaning our 20 x 40' in ground pool. After only two days of using the second brand new unit, the bar release mechanism that allows you to position the handle so that the robot will "roam and crawl" correctly, became stuck in the down position and the handle would not lock into place on either side of the unit.

Based on the cost of this machine, I confidently expected that Water Tech, the manufacturer would replace it with a new one. However, they only offered to have me send it back so they could repair it and return it to me. They also offered me "tips" on how to fix it myself. For a nearly $800 price tag, I expect the manufacturer to replace it, no questions asked. Especially since it was still under warranty and was only in use a very short time. So, I will be sending it back. However, when its time to get another one, I will investigate other brands and choose the one with the best customer service policy. Water Tech won't be on the list.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By nymexng on May 11, 2011
I do not it is too harsh to give this product 1 star for the following reasons.
1) This thing that we spent big bucks on died within just a few months.
2) We need to hassle with packing the item and paying for shipment to get it repaired even though it is still under warranty.
3) If you do not want to have less hassle of packing the product to ship it for warranty repair, you are supposed to keep the original box as I was reminded by a customer service rep. Then, I asked myself. Should I rent storage to keep boxes of all products I buy because I expect to send them in for warranty repair at my own cost or I choose to only buy the products from manufacturers that truly honor their warranty and replace the defective products without having me go though extra hassle and expense? Obviously, I will not be a repeat customer for any Watertech products.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Beth Schnars on September 21, 2011
Cleans pool great, but serous reliability issues. Purchased beginning of season 2007, shaft on drive motor broke in 2008. Replacement motor cost $285.
Motor replaced beginning of season 2009. Now in 2011 drive motor quit turning. Discussed with customer support. The problem is most likely a bad motor. A new motor currently costs $360.
That's $645 in maintenance for 4 years use. I suggest looking for another brand of pool cleaner.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ed on July 3, 2011
warning do not buy unless you want to replace this every 2 years with less than 6 months of use.The pump motor is made in china
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By common sense on June 9, 2011
The robot is a hassle to open up and clean out the bag. When it works, it does a good job keeping the pool clean. Mine worked for two 3 month long seasons, or about 6 months of actual use where I used it twice a week. The motor died and it is a $500 part in a $650 robot. A lot of crooks are out there but you can find it for $650. How do you rate a product that works great when it works, less the hassle of doing the bag each cycle, less the fact it is made like a throw away item- in my mind I pay $600, it better work for more than two short seasons. I called the company and asked if they would give a return customer a price break. They rambled on and on at me like I was stupid enough to buy their "we have $1300 dollar units and this unit is $700 and thats what we do". What was going on inside my mind was, "I don't care what you say- I have cash- and if you want to sell one, do BETTER on the price because the warranty stinks and so does the expected life span". I thought I would buy it again only because I do have a working power supply and new drive belts and maintenance parts I got for it, (should I have to buy maintenance parts after two seasons?) so I thought it might be possible for me to maintain it longer with a parts supply. I am going to buy the Doheny's wall climber for $600.00 and get a 2 year warranty for this unit, since not only does the Water Tech product not hold up, but their customer support does not hold up, either. Their attitude on the phone was in my opinion, poor- they just expect you to buy one every single year it seems... In my estimation, if you really have the money to spend on a new one every year, then it is a machine you would be happy with because it works- except that it is a hassle to clean as stated earlier.
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