Hammer-Head Pool Vacuum In Action

Hammer-Head Pool Vacuum In Action

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Hayward 500 Aquabug Suction Above-Ground Pool Cleaner (Automatic Pool Vacuum)

  • Unique turbine/gearing system provides constant balanced water flow assuring quiet operation and gentle movement across the pool bottom
  • Advanced, contoured head design allows the steering pattern to be completed in minimal time
  • Installs in less than 10 minutes, without tools
  • Deluxe bumper ring minimizes friction for easy movement away from walls and resumption of the programmed steering pattern
  • 1 year warranty
This cleaner is meant to be used on permanently installed above-ground swimming pools only. A permanently installed pool is installed in or on the ground such that it cannot be readily disassembled for storage. As a result, this cleaner is not recommended for use on Intex or other soft-sided pools.
List Price: $ 259.00 Price: $ 159.40

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  • hammerheadvac Reply

    @BrenticusMaximus1 Thanks for your interest in Hammer-Head. We're working on more video, but this takes time and we are very busy during this time of year. Please visit the products page on our site for an honest description of what the bags and the cleaner can and cannot do.

    July 28, 2016 at 7:18 am
  • BrenticusMaximus1 Reply

    Can you show more video of your product please? I am an interested buyer and pool service tech. I'd like to see if silt is collected and how fine and this video does not show the top of the bag in action. I understand from your website that you have a fine debris bag and I'd like to see what kind of volume it can pick up before becoming clogged. Since I must invest a considerable sum, which I am willing to do, I'd like to see more extensive video demonstrations since I can't test drive the prod

    July 28, 2016 at 8:09 am
  • hammerheadvac Reply

    @xzur69 Thanks. You are absolutely right. We advise that our users remove large and heavy obstructions before vacuuming. What is shown in this video is considered an extreme case to answer the many questions we get regarding "What will it pick up?".

    July 28, 2016 at 8:34 am
  • Fred Flintstone Reply

    uumm sorry guys i have been in the pool ind many years and have used (pool-vac) and (hammerhead) if you pick up stones or shells you run a serious risk of chipping and or destroying your prop, and the prop isnt free… will it do it certainly but should you…

    July 28, 2016 at 9:25 am

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