It is important to clean a pool regularly so that you can enjoy unadulterated bathing fun all season long. In addition to caring for your water to ensure optimal quality, cleaning the floor, walls and surface also plays an important part in keeping it in tip top condition. BWT pool robots are designed to make regular maintenance easier so that you do not have to spend more time cleaning than necessary. These little helpers ensure optimal cleaning, clear water and flawless surfaces. Excellence, intelligence and innovation sit at the heart of BWT’s Robotic Pool cleaners that have been designed and developed with you in mind. Maintaining your pool is now easier than ever with the BWT Robot Pool Cleaner – D Line
When choosing your pool robot, there are a few questions to ask and criteria to consider to ensure the robot you choose is right for your pool:
Application area: floors, walls and waterline
The first fundamental decision is do you want your new robot to only clean the floor or the walls as well. The BWT D Line D100 is perfect for floors whilst the D200 and 300 are perfect for cleaning wall and the waterline thanks to their excellent suction and grip.
Shape and size of the pool
BWT pool robots are suitable for pools of all shapes and sizes and efficiently clean all types of pools, whether liner pools, tiles or polyester pools. When choosing the device you should consider the size of your pool including the length and floor area.
Depending on the model, BWT pool robots are available with various levels of additional equipment that make handling and operation even easier. Depending on the model, some devices have a handle so that your hands do not come into contact with dirt or other materials when cleaning the filter. In order to make transport and storage problem-free, a robust and practical transport trolley is also available with the D200 and 300 models.
There are also options for controlling the pool robot. In addition to the classic and manually controlled pool robots, there are also models such as the BWT pool robot D300, which can be conveniently controlled via an app.