Hayward 900 Wanda the Whale Above-Ground Automatic Pool Cleaner - Blue & White
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| Hayward's Wanda the Whale pool cleaner is designed to automatically clean the bottom of above-ground and on-ground pools of all shapes and sizes. This lovely little lady operates off the pool's existing filtration system and features Hayward's exclusive SmartDrive program steering so it won't miss a spot. Quiet, efficient and quite unique, Miss Wanda is competitively priced to ensure happy pool owners who will never be disturbed by manual pool cleaning again.|
Tips on Hose Requirements: A simple rule of thumb is to measure from the skimmer (or dedicated suction line) to the farthest point in the pool, then add 3 extra hose lengths.
| Features:• Exclusive Wanda the Whale Design|
• APPLICATIONS: Above Ground / On Ground Pools (flat or dished bottoms)
• INCLUDES 32 ft. Hose, Skimmer Cone & Installation Video
• Patented SmartDrive programmed steering pattern so entire pool is cleaned quickly and completely
• Unique turbine/gearing system provides constant and balanced water flow assuring quiet operation and gentle movement across the pool bottom
• Improves water circulation by pulling water from the Pool bottom as it moves
• Advanced, contoured head design allows the Aqua Bug to complete the steering pattern in minimal time
• Deluxe Bumper Ring minimizes friction for easy movement
• Slotted antropene shoes for quick turns
• Installs in less than 10 minutes, without tools
| Specifications:• Color: Blue & White|
• Hose Length: 32ft.
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how does wanda the whale connect up
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