Tiger sharks are amazing predatory creatures. This Tiger Shark pressure cleaner preys on dirt and grime in the same way.
Hayward has found a way to create an incredibly efficient, nearly trouble-free automatic pool cleaning robot. For those who hate replacing parts, tuning up machines, and troubleshooting worn mechanical parts, there is no higher praise.
The one complaint that users of this pool robot seem to have is that it has a filter compartment, not a bag, and it doesn’t have nearly the capacity they would like to have when cleaning pools. But if you’re willing to trade occasional filter cleanouts for never having to get a new part, then this is the cleaner for you.
It runs on a surprisingly low amount of energy and offers a faster clean cycle than many competitors. This means that you can run it twice if you want to be extra clean with a filter purge in between. The solid, well-engineered design and hefty construction mean that there are no flimsy parts to break on you, which can be a huge relief. Best of all, it does a great job cleaning.
There are not many cases where you can truly buy peace of mind. This, however, is one of them.
If you want to spend your time cleaning but not maintaining, the Tiger Shark is definitely the product you want to buy. As an automatic robot, it already saves you time by doing the cleaning for you.
However, you save additional time in the fact that you rarely if ever need to worry about a broken part or an unresponsive customer service department. With all of this time, you can take up a new hobby. Or you can just sit back, sip your mojito, and watch your Tiger Shark do all of the cleaning for you.
A great automatic cleaner that is miles ahead when it comes to customer satisfaction. Gotta love it.
What do we love it for?
- One of the most trouble-free cleaners on the market when it comes to parts not breaking or needing replacement
- Good level of clean
- Easy to operate, clean, and maintain
What were we disappointed with?
- Filter capacity not as much as a bag filter
- On/off mechanism tricky for some users