- Dimensiones del producto: 53,3 x 45,7 x 48,3 cm ; 17,2 Kg
- Número de modelo del producto: ABTURT4
- ASIN: B001RLCQY4
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 3 de junio de 2017
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Aqua productos Aquabot Turbo t4tr Robot limpiador de piscina con 4 Vías mando a distancia
- Medidas: 16l x 15 W x 13H en.
- Construcción de plástico azul
- Dual Drive motores proporcionan 4 Way Turn maniobrabilidad
- Incluye control remoto inalámbrico de 4 direcciones y caja de almacenamiento
- Power lavado chorros para una limpieza profunda
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No dejes que tu piscina con hojas y convertirse en superpoblado Brimming con huellas de película. Los productos de Aqua Aquabot Turbo t4tr Robotic in-ground Limpiador de piscina con mando a distancia de 4 direcciones sin estrés es una forma de ayudar a mantener todo limpio. Este robot aspirador funciona en su propio para eliminar pequeñas partículas y desechos de grandes por igual. El motor de doble permite el aspirador a fácil de limpiar el filtro, el vacío, y el suelo de su piscina, así como a las paredes y línea de flotación. Potencia chorros ayudan a garantizar un profundo, efecto duradero. La unidad se puede controlar mediante un control remoto (incluido). También se incluye una caja de almacenamiento. Dimensiones: L x 15 W x 13H en.. Construcción de plástico azul. Dual Drive motores proporcionan 4 way a su vez maniobrabilidad. Incluye mando a distancia inalámbrico de 4 direcciones y caja de almacenamiento. Potencia chorros de lavado de limpieza profunda.
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This is the logic I had when searching online for the best, most reliable, most efficient pool cleaning robot. After reading the reviews, I settle for the "Aquabot Turbo T4RC", it's pricey- but hopefully it'll save me time.
The first year was like a honeymoon. It climbed walls, cleaned really well, covered the entire area of the pool without any help from me.
Second year it started hiccuping. Sometimes it would stay in one spot for a long time, wasn't climbing walls very well. "Ok, not what I want, but lets check the manual" which tells me to try replacing the belts and the tracks. I go online, order them, install them (not easy) and put it back in the water. She starts climbing better and covering better- "ok, not like the first year but good enough to do the job". I use her no more than 4 times (about 6 hours) the entire rest of the year.
Third year I bring her out and she acts like an old lady- moves very slowly, can't come close to climbing the walls- can barely go up the inclines- doesn't cover the whole pool area without my constant manual realignment (using the remote control- which is a nice feature). To get her working well, it seems time will need to be invested again.
Summary is this. There are a lot of much less expensive pool robots on the market. I learned my lesson, more expensive is not better. With all the maintenance the robot needs(changing belts & tracks can take hours)- I might as well spend my time manually vacuuming the pool myself -or get a robot that'll do just as good a job at half the price. Simply put, the Aquabot TurboT4 is *not* worth the extra money.
The unit is very heavy, so your wife or kids may have a difficult time getting it in and out of the water.
The owner's manual is a combined manual for 6 to 8 different models. Sorting out what portions are pertain to your model is confusing and tedious.
There is no quick or easy way to clean the filter and it is very messy. The best way is to devise a holder or rack that spreads out the filter (kind of like a chef's mushroom hat) so you can squirt it with a hose. Reinstalling the filter and reinserting assembly back in to the unit is difficult and likely to be the source of damage in the future because you have to force the assembly into brittle and seemingly flimsy holding clips.
Paid significantly more for the remote control. It did not work out of the box. Troubleshooting support over the phone was good, but in the end, the choices were return the whole unit at my expense or have them ship me a new plug and repair it myself. Installing new plug entailed cutting the floating cable, stripping back conductors and installing new plug not as good as original sealed/molded plug. I was told 2 wires were crossed somewhere in the unit and this would resolve. The customer rep had the audacity to suggest they might pay for the shipping since it was still the first month of onwership.
Now that remote is functioning, I realize it does not work very well either. The unit responds coarsely to each button press and just slow enough to make you not want to bother very often unless you are really going after a dirty area that was missed.