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POOL CLEANERS


No Sign Of Decline In Pool Cleaner Popularity


WHETHER IT’S THROUGH USING AN AUTOMATIC, ELECTRONIC OR SUCTION CLEANER, THE ONCE TEDIOUS BUT VERY IMPORTANT TASK OF REMOVING DEBRIS AND CLEANING A SWIMMING POOL IS NO LONGER THE CHORE IT USED TO BE. WITH INCREASINGLY SOPHISTICATED MODELS BEING INTRODUCED, IT IS A FUNCTION THAT IS BECOMING EVER EASIER TO PERFORM AND IS A PRODUCT SECTOR WHICH SHOWS NO SIGNS OF SLOWING UP By Andrea Hartshorne


single spot of the pool walls and floor, there’s a pool cleaner to suit both their requirement and budget. Pleasingly, a well-engineered, effective cleaner doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Accompanied by long product warranties, they’re an investment worth making. Pool Specialist Ben Blackburn of Bosta UK Pools says: “Pool Cleaners have been a consistent seller in the marketplace for many years. Whilst many products have fluctuated in sales, we have seen dependable sales year on year on our range of pool cleaners. Once the pool has been built, retailers are looking for ways to generate income from their customer base throughout the year but pool chemicals are a fiercely competitive product and guaranteed sales are no longer secure. Therefore, pool cleaners have been a valuable source or revenue for retailers.”


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hether your customer requires a basic manual model or one that has programmable automatic steering that doesn’t miss a


ASTRALPOOL BUILD ON SUCCESS 2013 saw the continued growth of robotic cleaner sales by AstralPool UK, building on the success of the 2012 launch of the new range of the MAX and Pullit Advance cleaners. In fact several trade customers capitalised on the opportunity of cross selling robotic cleaners through their service teams as add on sales, which generated much valued additional revenue in challenging times. AstralPool UK can offer you and your customers the widest range of robotic cleaners in the market.


The MAX is an ideal entry model for customers who have previously owned a manual or hydraulic pool cleaner. Unique features include, easy view and open access to the filter, plug and play, high speed brushing, 4x4 traction and it is competitively priced.


The Pullit Advance is equipped with three cleaning systems (vibrating brushes or active jets), advance electronic system for greater


New for 2014, the Hurricane range of cleaners from AstralPool


interaction and bespoke settings, easy access filters, and an anti-swivel cable. The Pullit Advance offers greater options and functionality for end users who are looking for more from their existing pool cleaner and are increasingly willing to spend higher on the ‘gadget’ factor such as remote control and bespoke settings without compromising on cleaning functions. 2014 will see these two popular ranges further enhanced by the launch of the Hurricane range of cleaners.


The Hurricane can boast to be the Formula 1 of all robotic cleaners! It features: • a 2 in 1 top access filter case with easy access view


• a choice of various programmes • three active cleaning systems.


The full range of cleaners will be on display at SPATEX 2014 on the AstralPool UK stand, where their full capabilities can be explored further.


AstralPool’s


Pullit Advance offers greater options and


functionality for end users


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