Most people like pools. I say most people, because obviously I do, and that obviously counts as “most people.” Logic, right? And when you obviously own a pool like “most people,” you need to clean it. I hate cleaning pools. Cleaning pools sucks. But hey – that’s what a robot servant is for. Yes, a servant, let’s just, ehm… call it that. A completely willing robotic servant for your pool-cleaning needs such as the 2022 Upgrade version of the AIPER Seagull 600 Cordless Robotic Pool Cleaner.
Why, you ask? Because science. That’s why. If you’re in need of a pool cleaned, just put this baby down, let it run, and you’re no longer in fear of constant mildew, algal slime, bird poop, and/or other people’s waste products (if you know what I mean). Just don’t drink pool water, kids. That’s all I gotta say.
Tired of using weird jury-rigged vacuum cleaners and killing your arms (and your nasal cavities) with cleaning products such as bleach and more bleach? The Seagull 600 is cord free, so you don’t have to worry about that sort of thing. Fully wireless, up to 50 minutes for above-ground pools up to 30 feet in diameter, and in-ground single-depth pools up to 15 feet by 35 feet. Basically, don’t make it go down stairs.
Well, you know how cleaning your pool sucks? This thing does the sucking for you, with dual motors that make it travel at 52.5 feet per minute via suction power. It also comes equipped with dual scrapers that remove stuck-on grime and sediment so that you don’t have to do it yourself (along with all the other stereotypical pool debris). Just power the little guy on, drop it in the pool, then sit back and have a piña colada, why don’t ya? You don’t even need to watch the thing. Despite its name, it’s not bird-brained.
Oh and guess what? The Seagull 600 can pass your driving test for you: It parks itself near the pool wall when the battery is low or it’s done cleaning, so that you can just use the included hook to fish it out of the water like the strong, muscular individual you are who can lift 6.6 pounds of robotic awesomeness with ease. You don’t even have to get yourself all soaked, either. Just remove the cover for the filter, put the little guy up against something, and spray it with a hose until it’s clean. Recharge it, put it back in, and bam – you’re done. Rinse and repeat until the pool no longer has that 5-year-old “oh god that’s terrifying, what is that, I think it’s alive” look to it.
While writing this, I just imagined spraying an actual seagull with a hose and how absolutely freaked out it would be – just a funny image to imagine when cleaning the thing. You’re welcome.
The Seagull 600 comes with a warranty of 1 year, runs on a 30-watt power source, has a maximum depth of 8.2 feet, and requires a water PH level of 7.0 to 7.4, along with coming with a power adapter that fully charges the robot in 3 to 4 hours. Just remember to shut off the robot before you charge it, or it won’t charge right.
Something that surprises me about the Amazon page is how honest it is, so you know what you’re buying. The Seagull 600 can’t clean floating algae or leaves above 4 inches in width, but has a filter that goes down to 180μm in particle size. Something else that is neat about this product is that you can actually adjust the wheels for different settings to clean pools that have irregular shapes to them such as ovals or free-formed ones. If all this sounds up your alley, feel free to pick one up today.