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    Assisted Access Devices

    1. 1 decade ago
      Great Customer Service
      A2020 21 ft. - 3-Piece Professional Telepole I liked the adjustments and the long length of the 1st one I ordered a 2nd one - BTW - this pole is also very sturdy WELL the delivery service left it on my front porch with almost a right angle about 1/3 of the way down - My A2020 had gotten crimped in shipping I contacted IN THE SWIM via email and Dr Pool responded within 24 hrs informing me a replacement was on it's way Great Products ! Great Customer Service ! No wonder I am a long time IN THE ... read more SWIM customer :>) Ken - Marmora NJ
    2. 8 years ago
      I have yet to find a decent tele-pole.
      If I lived back in the 1600's I would be yelling "My Kingdom for a decent Telepole!" This is a 1-2 season pole, max. The problem with this and every pole I have ever owned is the locking mechanism. After a few months of use you must be Arnold Schwarzenegger to twist & unlock the sections. I don't know if it is water/chlorine/dirt or what, but the nice easy-extending pole that came in the box turns into fixed pole after a few months. Plus, it only takes once for you or your kid to step on it, ... read more giving it the slightest bend which makes the above problem even worse. My next/last pole will be a professional, one-piece fiberglass pole. Yes, it will cost three times what this one does, but I won't be buying a new one every 2 years and cursing it the whole time in-between.
    3. 1 decade ago
      More expensive pole best deal
      I had several of the cheaper poles but none compare to the professional strength telepole. I have a 22x44 pool and need the longer reach. The cheaper poles appear ready to snap in two with my pool vac and hose on the end of it fully extended, but the professional strength ones handle the strain with no problem.
    1. 1 year ago
      Heavy burn wearing fast
      I purchased this in the fall because of the weight to stay on the bottom of our concrete pool. Very happy with it. I have used it only five times during the winter months and noticed the white rubber inserts are wearing and tearing on the edges already. Obviously rubbing against the rough surface. It comes with larger inserts for vinyl surfaces but I may need to buy new inserts for my pool in a few months.
    2. 3 years ago
      Great cleaner..requires a little strength
      The company that opens and closes our pool uses this head. It covers our large area in less than half the time as common heads. The only negative is that it is difficult to move sideways, but a little practice gets a pattern that works
    1. 9 years ago
      Great House Cleaning Tool
      I saw this while shopping for pool supplies and read the comments which most weren't good. HOWEVER, I looked at it to clean my bathroom sinks, tubs, and toilets. I guess not emerging it into the pool water elimated the scrubber part coming off the glove. For inside chores, it's a must and is convenient. I have a separate one for the toilet. It's so easy to clean with and then clean "the glove." So I've never used it on the pool but I would say for household chores, it's a must. I just ordered 5 more!
    2. 1 decade ago
      Scrub Away
      This is a must for cleaning the bath tub ring. Easy to get on/off, protects your hand from the concrete, and its fast to use. Love it.
    3. 4 years ago
      Great Product
      This glove works great to clean the tile around our pool. This glove protects your hands from chemicals and makes scrubbing tough stains much easier!
    1. 1 year ago
      Best Pole Ever
      I have a pool route (50 pools). I have two of these poles. I neeed a pole that wouldn't bend and break. The pole is expensive but you get what you pay for. Well worth the money.
    2. 2 years ago
      Very sturdy, heavy duty!!
      I bought this just a few weeks ago and so far am loving it. I've had other "cheap" poles in the past and was tired of them constantly not working. So I purchased this product and I could tell right away that is was a good quality, heavy duty item. So glad to have a pole that when extended doesn't curve/bend under the pressure.
    3. 1 year ago
      Seems to be commercial grade
      This pole replaces a 40+ year old pole The only thing I have a concern is why In the swim charges the handling fee In this time of free shipping and other things makes no sense
    1. 1 year ago
      Very Good Tool
      Just right when you don't want to pull the long pole out. Folds compact and is very handy all around..
    2. 1 month ago
      Good product
      Works well, though one unit would not lock part of handle, works as is; so, won't return...great for 24' round pool...
    3. 2 years ago
      4 Ft adjustable skinner.
      We have a 4Ft above ground pool and all the skimmer poles were to lomg. This one is perfect for our pool. It is a basket not sure how that was going to work, but I love it and recommend it for small above ground pools and under $20.00. Everything I looked at was $36.00 and above and to long.
    1. 2 years ago
      OK leaf rake
      I really wanted to be able to give this 5 stars. It's got high quality construction and looks like it will last a long time. But there's a couple of problems that prevent me from giving it a higher rating. The mesh netting is very stiff and that makes it difficult to empty the net (it won't easily turn inside out to allow the leaves to fall out). The stiff mesh also makes it easy for the leaves to come back out of the net while it's still under the water - you have to be careful to avoid this ... read more from happening. The lip on the front doesn't reach from end-to-end, so it's hard to pick up the leaves along the edges or in the corners. Also, it seems that the angle of the rake against the pool bottom is important - it picks up better in the shallow end than in the deep end because of the higher angle. It doesn't glide along the pool bottom as smoothly as I'd like. Finally, since this is a larger/commercial size rake, it can get pretty heavy. I expected this so it doesn't affect the rating, but I wanted to include that information for others. Unfortunately, I can't recommend this leaf rake.
    2. 1 year ago
      Great for removing leaves
      Once you figure out how to use it, its awesome. Once the leaves are scooped up, you pull back to move them to the bottom of the net. Keep scooping and pulling back. When it full, take it off the pole and turn the next inside out to empty. Very easy.
    1. 9 years ago
      Best purchase ever!
      It used to take me about four hours to clean my cartridge filters in my pool.... Now it takes me an hour or less. I've used other products that where supposed to save me time & water but they did not ever come close to the performance that the Filter Flosser gave me for doing this job..... I love this tool!
    2. 2 years ago
      Spray pattern
      Works better than just using a garden hose. Does save water and cleaning time is greatly reduced.
    3. 2 years ago
      well made , purchased to replace old plastic filter cleaner this one seems to be much better
    1. 4 years ago
      Great, for what it is.
      I wanted a cheap plastic rimmed net for my liner pool. I'm concerned that this metal rimmed net may harm the bottom of the pool. I'll have to be careful but I have too many friends that like to "help" me dip. Some of them are pretty aggressive and could rip the liner.
    2. 2 years ago
      Good vacuum head
      I bought this about 3 weeks ago. Does a good job. The only thing that bothers me is it is very hard to push along the bottom of pool when it's almost upright. You need to angle it down in order for it to work well. That's why I gave it 3 stars.
    3. 10 years ago
      Much better than my previous
      I purchased this net after my original broke. This one has a much wider side that enables me to pick up more leaves out of the pool with out them falling off. However the mesh has much smaller holes in it so it can get quite heavy when lifting it since it is holding more water. I have started lifting it out of the water slower than my previous to allow the water to drain. Even with a bunch of leaves and the water on it, it doesn't flex at all. This is much better than my original net that it replaced.
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    More About Assisted Access Devices

    Assisted access devices or ADA compliant devices from In the Swim feature state-of-the-art technology to help swimmers with special needs into and out of the water. We offer a large variety of assisted access devices ranging from deck mounted lift systems to mounted lift systems that are easily rolled to be stored and brought out whenever needed. These assisted access devices also include lifts that can be self-operated and there are less expensive manual lifts that are operated with the assistance of a second person.

    Our assisted access devices selection also includes ADA lift signs that make guests aware that there are assisted access devices available as well as warning signs that inform that the assisted access devices are only for those that depend on ADA compliant equipment to get in and out of the swimming pool.

    We understand that you may have many questions regarding our ADA compliant assisted access devices or any of our pool supplies here at In the Swim. Please feel free to contact our swimming pool experts via email or phone.