Touted as the “Pool Invention People,” Water Tech has developed the most diverse line-up of battery operated pool and spa vacuum cleaners.
As the only company to have solved the ‘battery powered’ puzzle, Pool Blaster cleaners free pool and spa owners from the traditional problems associated with vacuum hoses and power cords.
The New Pool Blaster SpaVac
Simple, lightweight and easy to use, the SpaVac offers owners the opportunity to micro filter the water in their spa or hot tub while removing even the smallest dirt and debris.
Other Spa Vacs let the dirt right back into the spa when they are stopped but the patented design on the Pool Blaster SpaVac has a valve that stops the return of any debris as soon as it is sucked in.
The complete kit comes with a sectional pool pole for easier, more convenient “extended reach” cleaning and will vacuum for well over an hour using just 3 C-cell batteries.
The Pool Blaster Catfish
Unlike any other pool and spa vacuum available, the Catfish combines a lightweight, portable design with uncompromised suction and cleaning power, ideal for any water application.
Featuring a 20cm vacuum head, the Pool Blaster Catfish can be used to cover large areas of the pool or, the head can be removed, making the unit a powerful spot cleaner.
Powered by environmentally safe, rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride batteries, the Catfish allows cordless and horseless operation for up to an hour of continuous use.
The Pool Blaster Max
As the flagship product of the Pool Blaster Line, the Max pumps longer and stronger with its high capacity filter, holding more dirt and debris and tackling the largest of messes with ease.
Maintenance of the Pool Blaster MAX is a breeze with its easy empty bag that keeps your hands clean and a unique wall mounting feature that allows for grab-and-go convenience.
Operating for up to an hour on a single charge, the Max can be attached to most standard pool poles for extended reach, cleaning large areas with its removable 27cm vacuum head or spot cleaning when the vacuum head is detached.