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GAME 4721-BB SolarPRO Curve Solar Pool Heater, Made for Intex & Bestway Above-Ground and Inground Pools, Includes Intex Adapters, 2 Hoses & Clamps

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  • SOLAR POOL HEATER: The GAME SolarPRO Curve Solar Pool Heater has been designed for above-ground and most inground pools. It increases the pool temperature by 5 degrees in 4 days (for an 8,000-gallon pool).
  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: We’ve designed this above-ground solar pool heater with high-quality materials that will hold up against frequent exposure to the sun and outdoor elements.
  • UNIQUE CURVED SHAPE: The GAME solar pool heater has been engineered with a unique curved shape that maximizes heat collection. The treaded ports have been added for versatile plumbing options.
  • ADJUSTABLE LEGS: This solar heater is compatible with Intex, Bestways, and most above and inground pools. The adjustable and foldable legs allow the heater to be set for maximum exposure to the sun, along with a clear cover that locks in heat.
  • THE PERFECT GRADUAL HEATER: This solar pool heater is not intended to be a miracle-cure heater. It’s designed to extend your pool season by gradually increasing the water temperature by a few degrees. Maximum heat output with space saving footprint
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Solar Pool Heater

The GAME SolarPRO Curve Solar Pool Heater has been designed for above-ground and most in-ground pools. It increases the pool temperature by 5 degrees Fahrenheit in 4 days (for an 8,000-gallon pool).


Solar Pool Heater


Durable Construction


Adjustable Legs


Unique Curved Shape

Powered Solar Solar Solar Solar N/A N/A
Assembly Easy, No Gas or Electric Required Easy, No Gas or Electric Required Easy, No Gas or Electric Required Easy, 2 Part Design N/A N/A
Adjustments Leg Height For Maximum Sun Exposure N/A Foldable Legs Hot & Cold Water N/A N/A
Water Source Pool Pool Pool Garden Hose N/A N/A
Where to use Above-ground Pools Above-ground Pools Above-ground Pools Outside For Connecting Multiple SolarPRO Heaters or For Use With Pumps Greater Than 1.5HP Above-ground Pool Solar Heaters
Weight 12.45 lbs 23 lbs 17 lbs 25 lbs N/A N/A
Replacement Parts Available Yes Yes Yes N/A Yes N/A

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GAME 4721-BB SolarPRO Curve Solar Pool Heater, Made for Intex & Bestway Above-Ground and Inground Pools, Includes Intex Adapters, 2 Hoses & Clamps

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Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2017
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Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2018
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4.0 out of 5 stars Works as stated but will run better with modifications
By JP on July 3, 2018
Works as stated but will run better with modifications...and plenty of sunlight. if its set up according to the directions this solar panel will work, maybe raising the temperature a few degrees but from what Ive witnessed it puts a severe strain on the primary filter pump regardless of its size. I have purchased 2 of the intex pools in the past so I just happen to have 2 pumps (see picture attached). Its not a pretty set up but now I have one pump for filtering the pool the other to run the heated water (no filter inside pump for easier flow). Both are running on a timer. Within a week of constant sun and high temps the pool rose 15-20degrees. An Intex solar cover I believe also helped sustain the heat within the pool for a good amount of time. The connections in the box when connected to the pump were leaking. Box states they fit the size I needed but I was still having issues. I was lucky enough that all I needed was teflon tape, so you might need some very small plumbing experience when connecting this to your pump.
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Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2017
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2.0 out of 5 stars It heats, but low quality at this price point
By B_Steiner on July 8, 2017
At $130 I don’t recommend it over cheaper alternatives. After all, there is a reason that, as of this writing with 163 reviews, they only hold a 3 star. At the list price of $160 -- it is just more of a money grab. Looking at heater options on Amazon, it appears the market has no quality solar heaters at this price point.

The Good
- Metal clamps and a great look/design.
- It increases the pool temperature, but so does any black solar heater.
- Large tubes provide good flow.

The Bad
- A little flimsy
- Only two metal clamps. You must use your own clamps after that. If you need adaptors and don’t have the larger clamps the company has decided that is your problem.
- Says to use the Bestway adaptors if you have that pool…. They weren’t included in this kit, so this might be an issue for some people.
- The large openings are able to swallow the rubber adaptor boots. In case you have helpful kids test fitting for you :)

My Issues
- The in and out sides both leaked. The intake because the threads kept slipping back and that stopped the gasket from sealing. This leak was heavy and cost me about 3 inches of water over 24 hours (smaller 1300'ish gallon pool). After replacing lost water and 30 minutes messing with tape and another gasket, I got the leak down to an acceptable level.

At 130’ish… I expected higher quality than a cheapo-30-dollar Walmart heater. My 30 dollar one didn’t leak, this one leaked on both ends. I won’t link the 30-dollar one I bought, because it has its own issues… however, at 30 bucks my expectations were basically met. This product left me rather irritated.

Updates (27 July 2017):
- The leak worsened again, and I tried several solutions. 1) ABS glue, 2) PVC glue, 3) hot glue gun (and that worked). I think you need a Polypropylene based glue to hold, as the first two failed. Added image of the joint with hot glue to stop the leak. Note that when left sitting in the sun, the hot glue softens a bit, but still works for me. Silicon may be a superior choice.

- The hoses tend to leak, because there are no gaskets on the hose adaptors. My new pump, came with adaptors that have gaskets, so I use them and no longer have a leak from the hoses.

- On day four of owning the unit, one of the legs broke as I re-positioned the heater. The end of the leg is secured with only an 1/8th inch of metal. Normally plastic or metal re-enforcing is used on the end of support tubes, but not with this product. This explains the number of posts with broken leggings.

- Pushing the extra water killed my cheap came-with-the-pool pump. My new pump pushes a lot of water through this unit and the heat exchange is poor. This is not an issue with this product, just the realities of low end pumps and high-volume replacement pumps being used with a solar heater.

- I’m ordering a solar blanket for the pool. Based on reviews, it should do more and only runs ~19 dollars.

Overall, really a poor-quality product for the asking price.
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4 panels, 100000 liters in-ground pool in Canada, added 3..4 Celsius
Reviewed in Canada on July 18, 2018
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4 panels, 100000 liters in-ground pool in Canada, added 3..4 Celsius
Reviewed in Canada on July 18, 2018
I have an in-ground pool ~100000 liters (10x5 meters oval) in Montreal area, Canada.
My old pool heater got broken and fixing/replacing it became a surprisingly complicated task.

So - I've decided to try solar heating. I was not ready to do roof installation, but installing several rectangular panels near the pool appeared as a doable task.

My expectations from this setup were quite low because:
1. Government of Canada web site suggested that solar heating panel (uncovered, probably) size must be ~half of the pool surface size to be effective.
4 solarpro panels (which I've installed) are not even distantly close to the mentioned size.
2. I've discussed the issue with an expert (whom I usually trust) from a local pool store - he told me these panels "will not make any difference".

Nevertheless, I've decided to give it a try.

To me the effectiveness of solar panels is measured in how many extra temperature degrees the pool water would have throughout the swimming season. If the difference is up to 1-2 degrees Celsius - to me it is a failure (not worth the efforts). 3 or more degrees C - is a success.

In the past my pool never got higher than 24-25 Celsius during the summer without extra heating (with solar blanket).
For higher temperatures I always needed a heater. At 27 Celsius I start to subjectively perceive pool water as "warm". Thus - reaching 27 degrees (+3 C to non-heated temperature) looked quite tempting and not that demanding.

Based on SolarPro advertisement material I estimated that I need at least 4 panels for my pool.

I have not bought extra bypass kits to connect the panels - I've got whatever was available in a nearby pool store and made those connections myself.

So far I've used this heating system for 1 month and it appears to achieve the temperature I wanted. Here are some details:

1) With ambient temperature ~30 C day / ~20 C night pool water is ~27.5 C. Maximum I had so far was 28.5 C during warmer weather.
So, my pool temperature is increased by at least 3-4 degrees C.

2) In a sunny day when pool water temperature is low and ambient air temperature is high the pool gains 1 degree C per day (faster than I expected).

3) Solar blanket is a MUST overnight. Otherwise 1 degree C gained during the day gets lost overnight.
In my case I keep solar blanket during part of the day as well (I swim in the afternoon/evening), so it could be that solar blanket also participates in heating the water directly.

4) My panels are exposed to direct sunlight ~5 hours a day, from 11AM to 4PM (tree shadow/partial sun after 4 PM).

5) Water coming from the heater to the pool during direct sunlight is noticeably warmer than the pool water. Not hot, but definitely warmer.

6) I have a variable-speed 1 HP pool pump which I decided to run at 40-60% of its power for solar heating. I don't really know which speed is best. At lower speed it heats water more, but at higher speed it heats more water - so it might produce the same result in the end.
Also, when the pump runs at 100% power (1 HP) the system does not explode, which is good.

7) I usually turn off the system overnight (or use a bypass) to prevent heat loss. However, I forgot to do this a few times and the temperature did not drop noticeably (like it would drop without solar blanket). Which leads me to a conclusion that low ambient air temperature does not affect the water passing in the heater that much. Which leads to yet another conclusion - that without direct sunlight ambient hot air does not heat up the passing water that much either.

8) Make sure you connect IN and OUT properly (on the advertisement picture the panel is connected in the WRONG direction) - it might affect the heating efficiency. IN and OUT are marked on the panel itself (IN to the left, OUT to the right).

9) I've seen a lot of complains in reviews about panel legs. In my case all 8 legs are OK so far. I tried to be careful with them.
In case they break I will just put concrete bricks under panels upper side. I don't see it as a big deal.

10) There is a minor design flaw (at least it appears like a flaw to me) with the transparent plastic that covers main black body of the panel.
After water enters the system this transparent cover develops a 1-2 cm side gaps with black panel - so the air is circulating freely from left and right sides. Based on what I've read about insulation in general, this gap may reduce transparent cover usefulness by 70% (NOT the overall system heating efficiency, just the added effect of the cover). For me the solution was simple - I just covered these gaps with a transparent scotch tape. There is a special ~2 cm hole at the bottom - leave this one opened, so moisture could escape.

Overall - I was quite unsure about this project, but it appears to work.
The setup consistently maintains my 27+ C goal temperature without much operation troubles or fuel cost.
Time will tell how long it will last and how well it heats up the cold pool in spring, but currently it's great.
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