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  • Winter swimming
    Verified Purchase

    I love my solar heater. Only thing was I had to buy 2 boxes to heat my size pool (14,000 gallons). I wish they had had the box with 4 panels instead of 2. I was reading under questions and answers something about the box coming with a solar blanket. It does not come with the blanket. It is strictly the panels and clasps. I also bought the roof kit. It worked perfectly when installing the panels. Both were much cheaper than elsewhere. My Florida pool is more like a hot tub now.

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  • Works super with some weak links
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    Bought the basic kit for Lake Havasu where temps are up to 117. System went on easy. I purchased the recommended installation kit. My pool uses 2 inch PVC so the 3 way valve was useless. Plan on spending another $90 on a Jandy valve, The weakest link are the rubber connectors. Left the unit running the first day and came home to find a half empty pool. The connector had split and pumped water down my roof for hours. Replace with Lowes 1 1/2 connectors which are twice the thickness at about $1.50 each. All in all the system heat wonderrfully.

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  • Working great so far
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    I compared these panels with a competitor brand and these were significantly less expensive but the competitor brand had a 12 year warranty and these only had a 5 year warranty. However the price difference was significant enough that I could purchase 2 of these for less than the competitor panels. I therefore decided to purchase these panels. I purchased 5 of the panel packages and had them mounted on the roof. I have them controlled by a thermatic controller (thermatic valve). On the very first day of operation (early May) pumping only 4 hours (no increase to my filter duration) it raised the temperature ~12 degrees (to 82 degrees F). By the second day the temperature had hit our thermatically controlled setting point of 84 degrees. I suspect we will easily extend our swim season by ~4 months (used to be June through early Oct, now I suspect it should be Mar through ealry to mid Nov). This is exactly what I was hoping for when I purchased these panels. I do recommend getting and using a thermatic controller with these panels. So first week installed they are operating great. Now I just need them to continue to operate as well for at least 5 years. If they fall apart in less than 5 years then I should have gone with the other panels.

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