Turbo Tropical Fish Liquid Solar Blanket

August 15, 2013 - Comment

The Turbo Solar Fish Is The Next Generation Of The Tropical Solar Fish Liquid Solar Blanket, Featuring The Patented Computerized Pump Disperse System. This Hi-Tech Pump’S Microprocessor Keeps The Turbo Functioning Properly And Is Programming For Different Size Pools To Pump Precise Measurements Of Liquid Every Hour For Up To 60 Days. The New Turbo

The Turbo Solar Fish Is The Next Generation Of The Tropical Solar Fish Liquid Solar Blanket, Featuring The Patented Computerized Pump Disperse System. This Hi-Tech Pump’S Microprocessor Keeps The Turbo Functioning Properly And Is Programming For Different Size Pools To Pump Precise Measurements Of Liquid Every Hour For Up To 60 Days. The New Turbo Is Easier To Use, And The Liquid Inside Is More Effective, Keeping Pools Warmer, Longer. Better Yet, The Turbo Lasts Twice As Long As The Original Solar Tropical Fish.

Product Features

  • The TURBO Solar Fish is the next generation of the Tropical Solar Fish Liquid Solar Blanket, featuring the Patented Computerized Pump Disperse System.
  • This Hi-tech pump’s microprocessor keeps the TURBO functioning properly and is programming for different size pools to pump precise measurements of liquid every hour for up to 60 days.
  • The new TURBO is easier to use, and the liquid inside is more effective, keeping pools warmer, longer.
  • TURBO lasts twice as long as the original Solar Tropical fish.

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Jimmy Ray Purser "zabricab" says:

All talk no action We have been using a liquid solar cover for a couple of years. We used the ecosavr and liked it. I guess they stopped making those because I can no longer get them. So I went with the Turbo, and it is suck-o.First off, the fish does not sink to the bottom of the pool. So mine keep getting stuck in the skimmer. The instructions say that it will sink in time… 5 hours later no luck. So I tied it to the bottom of the ladder and the grommet ripped out…and it floated back to the surface…grrrrrr….So then I re-read the instructions (I am kinda of a doofus at times so maybe I missed something) The instructions say if I shake it vigorously in the water it will sink faster. So I put on my underwater iPod (highly recommended by the way) turned on “Hey ya” (no wait…its on my wifes playlist not mine…really…) and I shake it like a Polaroid picture.They it rips open like parachute at 1500′ and the liquid mess empties into the pool….grrrr…

R. Adamson "radamson" says:

Works great. Heard about it first late last summer and used two for the remainder of the season. Worked great I think – hard to tell how often (or less often) the heater kicked on, but it seemed less. Fish behaved as advertised, no problems. It did like to swim around the skimmer, but once it sank it stayed down. Buying 6 for this summer, keep one left over for opening next year.

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