Maytronics Pool Cleaners

Maytronics Pool Cleaners

Maytronics Dolphin Robotic Pool Cleaners

Robotic Pool Cleaners have been growing in demand for many years and for good reason. These pool cleaners can be dropped into your swimming pool as required, usually run for 2 hours and will cover approximately 90%-95% with their smart algorithms.  This means you no longer need a suction pool cleaner attached to your skimmer box and frees up your pool for more play and leisure area. It also means your skimmer box is now able to do what it was meant to and skim your pool surface.

Jim's Robotic Pool Cleaner by Maytronics

Maytronics pool cleaners can be weight and have a quick water release system, such as the Maytronics Dolphin DB 2 which is super-easy to handle. The active brushing action and the PowerStream mobility system ensure efficient pool coverage, with extra-thorough scrubbing on all surfaces – leaving the floor, walls and waterline spotlessly clean.

There are a range of Maytronics Robot Pool Cleaner models available and your local Jim’s Pool care professional can come to site and have a chat about the range, price points and more importantly what is best for your pool shape and size.

In some cities Jim’s Pool Care also offer onsite demonstrations so you can BOOK ONLINE or call ph: 131 546 to find out more.


Suction Vs Robot Pool Cleaners

To make sure you install the best pool cleaner for your pool and budget, Jim’s can provide you with advice on a variety of pool cleaners. If you have a difficult robot pool cleaner, one that constantly jamming, or one that just does not work, we can help. Let us assist you in choosing the top accessories for your pool, such as the top robot pool cleaners.

Don’t take a chance; seek advice to make sure you choose the best pool cleaner for your pool specifics and budget!


Although this subject is commonly broached, it will vary depending on your pool. The advantage of a robot is that, depending on your pool demands and pool layout, you can drop it in once or twice a week and a robotic pool cleaner will typically maintain your pool clean with this level of use. The varying factor here is how many trees, plants, and other objects may wash into your pool over the course of a week. Although some robots now come with seven-day timers that may be set to operate every day or every other day, manufacturers advise against leaving your robot in the pool constantly.

Using the suction power of your existing pool pump, suction cleaners suck water through their systems and gather material like leaves and dead insects, collecting the trash in your skimmer basket and then filter. Since they are self-contained and powered by electricity, robotic cleaners do not require a connection to your pool’s filtration system.

It’s also important to note that a robot will unclog your pool’s skimmer box, allowing it to operate correctly and “skim” leaves and other debris out of your pool. Your pool won’t need a suction cleaner chugging around every day if you use a robot cleaner because you can drop the robot in as needed and clean the dirty bags or baskets, which are accessible and can be emptied as needed.

Once you have all the information and are aware of your budget, the final decision will be yours. We are aware that suction cleaners are useful and economical for some pools, but if you have the money and a pool with a lot of leaves, a big pool to maintain, or simply don’t want a suction cleaner in your pool every day, we advise thinking about a robotic pool cleaner.

A inexpensive pool cleaner may end up costing you more in the long term, particularly if it malfunctions or doesn’t work at all, is inappropriate for your pool or location, or fails too soon.

All you have to do is request that one of our nearby Franchisees visit, examine your pool, and offer some recommendations for the best pool cleaner. Ask if we can give you a free robotic pool cleaner demonstration in your area.

Contact a member of our helpful staff at 131 546 or book online today!