Voyager automatic swimming pool suction vacuum cleaner head only
When purchasing a head only voyager swimming pool cleaner please know that you are purchasing just the cleaner including all attachments and only one hose, this being the leader hose which you need for the voyager. You can connect to your previous hoses purchased from a different pool cleaner. The universal hose adaptor is included in the box in order for you to connect to a different hose.
Product features :
Includes leader hose, control valve, weir adaptor, and 45 degree adaptor. a universal hose adaptor is also included to allow the buyer to connect to existing hoses. ipp recommends using ipp original hoses for optimal performance that can be purchased through this website for a great price.
- operates with lowest possible vacuum
- one moving part
- advanced swivel technology results in good random movement and pool coverage for a cleaner pool
- uv stabilised, high quality, long life material suitable for most pools
- vacuums virtually any pool.
- 6 month warranty on body, 6 months on working parts
- integrated floatation system and adjustable weight
- new high tech hammer design for quieter operation and better debris cleaning capability
- easy to remove debris from drive mechanism
- quick release removable hammer cover for easy cleaning
- assembles in minutes
- built to last
- easy to maintain
- virgin materials
In order to determine hose length, assemble with the first hose at the cleaner being the leader hose, then take the cleaner to furthest point it needs to clean from you weir point. It should reach there and have an extra hose length available to move around. If not you need additional hoses. If the hoses are too long then you need to remove one at a time to get the optimum length. Too many hoses are not good and effects the performance of the pool cleaner.
For more information on purchasing our products at your local swimming pool store please contact +1 (954) 278-5137
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