Aquabot Pool Rover S2-40$(MSRP)399.99
- Has thin electrical cord
- Extra Bag Included
- Improved tread that allows better traction
- Higher suction power to pick up debris
- Weak power supply unit
- Loose rubber covers
- Extra bag may be too big
If you have an above-ground pool or an in-ground pool, the Aquabot Pool Rover S2-40 has no problem with either pool types. What is best about this robotic pool cleaner is that it is able to move forwards and backwards that can cover for up to 8000 feet per hour and mixes the water for up to 80 to 85 gallons per minute.
It has no problem cleaning swimming pools that are designed with inclines and wall coves. It is quick and cleans fast because it uses an advanced vacuum suction and filtration that helps clean smaller pools in less than one hour and larger pools in less than two hours.
The automatic shut-off can also be set that fits for specific pool sizes. One-hour shut off is preferred from smaller pools and two-hour shut off is preferred for larger pools.
There is no need to connect the Aquabot Pool Rover S2-40 in to a pool pump system because it is designed with an independent suction power pump that sucks up debris into filter bags. It is unable to climb swimming pool walls however it can clean only up to the lower part of the wall with curved transition from the bottom of the pool to the pool wall. It does not have a brushing feature but its strong suction and fast water-mixing features make up for the absence.
Customers are worried with its thick wheels and the lack of brush would cause their pool walls and pool surfaces to be scratched but there is no need for concern. It does NOT cause damage to its cleaning track.
The Aquabot Pool Rover S2-40 has a great cleaning capacity and features that is definitely worth the price. It is affordable and it does the work as well as other suction cleaners, pressure cleaners, or robotic pool cleaners in its price range.
|For Above-Ground Pools|
|Shape: Rectangle, Lap, Kidney, L-Shape, Round, Oval|
|Surfaces: Vinyl, Gunite/Concrete, Fiberglass, Tile|
|Pool to Wall Transition: Curved|
|Equipped with Hydro-Robotic Technology|
|Input Electrical Requirements:120VAC/60Hz|
|Power Consumption: 150 Watts|
|Cable Length: 40'|
|Cleans: Pool Floor, Cove and Partial Wall with *Radius|
|1 & 2 Hour Timer Settings|
|Water Mixing Capability|
|80 Gallons per Minute|
|Fine Bag (2 Microns)|
|Extra Bag Included|
|1 Year, 100%|
This 2-minute video will help you decide if this is the best robotic pool cleaner for you.
Aquabot Pool Rover S2-40 Video