It's four-wheel drive (and anything with four-wheel drive is cool), but it also gets in the nooks and crannies.
It does a better job of cleaning fiberglass pools than other robotic cleaners we found on the market.
It's also really easy to clean out the debris bag. Most of the time, you have a big, bulky bag that you have to dump and spray out, and it's hard to reassemble. With this cleaner, you pop out the little canister, dump it out, and put it back in. It takes a minute.
The Polaris 9300xi Sport is our favorite robotic cleaner because it's easy to use and does a great job cleaning.
10. Cascade Water Features
This subtle but elegant water feature is easy on the pocketbook and transforms the entire outdoor setting.
This isn't a big, bulky, expensive water feature that sits poolside. This is a subtle water feature that sits right on top of the pool shell and below the coping. When you turn it on, you get a nice sheer descent of water.
It provides the sound of falling water around your pool. That completely changes the atmosphere of the environment.
A cascade can cost $900–$1,200 depending on the size.