Powerful Robotic Pool Cleaner Aiper Seagull Pro Boasts Outstanding Path-Planning Technology:
Specifically created with two suction and water release mechanisms to boost performance, power, and cleaning abilities. This is the first cordless robotic pool cleaner in the world to use both a dual draining motor and a dual suction motor.
The Seagull Pro, the first quad-motor pool cleaning robot in the world, is being introduced by Aiper, a five-year-old pool cleaning firm. The flagship vacuum is a recipient of the CES 2023 Innovation Award. The quad-motor mechanism of the Seagull Pro propels the robot about your pool by rapidly sucking and draining water.
More effectively than previous models, according to Aiper, it can “suck up dirt, sand, leaves, hairs, and other particles on the pool’s bottom.” It has three modes: floor cleaning, wall cleaning, and auto, which cleans both, and can clean in- or above-ground pools (up to 3,200 square feet) for up to three hours per charge.
During cleaning, the vacuum’s WavePath Navigation, according to Aiper, follows “a distinctive waveform” as opposed to vacuums that merely roam.
Aiper now offers new, less expensive versions, such as the $400 Seagull Plus. It is designed for pools up to 1,300 square feet and lowers its price by switching out the quad-motor system for a dual-motor system. It lasts around 110 minutes and recharges in 2.5 hours.
Although providing premium features at a little cheaper cost than the Seagull Pro, the Aiper Elite Pro omits the Seagull logo (although one big tradeoff is that the Elite Pro only covers 1,300 sq. ft.) It boasts a dual-motor system, a lightweight design, and wall-cleaning capabilities. It has a two-hour cleaning capacity and a two-hour recharge time. On Thursday, the Elite Pro will be available for $800.
The Seagull SE, a low-cost water vacuum unveiled in November, is also highlighted by Aiper. Although it can only run for 90 minutes and only accommodates pools up to 850 square feet, it features two driving motors (recharging in two and a half hours). The $300 Seagull SE costs.
Having a pool in the backyard is something that everyone enjoys, at least until it comes time to clean it. The pool-cleaning robots of the Aiper family promise to automate that unpleasant task in the same manner that a robot vacuum keeps your floors spotless.
We were eager to try the Seagull Pro after receiving it from Aiper. Earlier this year, we had a fantastic conversation with the business at CES 2023, where we saw the robot hard at work but confined to a small, carefully regulated acrylic chamber filled with water. Finally, we get to witness how it functions in a real-world setting.
We discovered that the pool we selected to test the Seagull Pro in was really not suitable after reading the handbook for best use. The documentation makes it clear that Seagull Pro works best in a square, level pool without stairs.
The test pool is kidney-shaped, includes stairs, and ranges in depth from 3 to 7 feet (while curving a little in the middle). We were aware that the performance might not have been perfect. Even so, we were still curious to see what it was capable of.
Impressively, the power appears to be comparable to the pool’s own filtration jets. As it rises to the surface, which takes between 30 and 45 seconds depending on the depth, this power maintains the Seagull Pro flat on the wall. Then, while cleaning, it works itself down until it is flat on the bottom once more.
It then overlaps the previous route by a few inches before turning at a roughly 45-degree angle, moving back to the wall, and finally moving upward. This procedure is repeated clockwise around the pool. It did get hooked and continued climbing the same area when it eventually reached the test pool’s steps (again, we anticipated something along these lines).
The Seagull Pro from Aiper is a fantastic tool for pool passive cleaning. The pool’s form does, however, appear to be a crucial consideration. Preferably the optimum performance will come from a level square pool with no stairs which is even advocated by Aiper. In light of this, think about it before making a purchase.
But, even if our test pool of choice wasn’t in the best condition, the Seagull Pro still performed admirably. The algae on the pool’s sides might be the most difficult part of anyone’s pool maintenance to deal with. Although we haven’t really seen the algae being removed, we have faith that it will do the job because of the suction power and rubber scrubbing belts on the underside.
We’ll keep you informed about the Seagull Pro’s continuous performance and wear and tear. And now that Aiper’s Seagull Pro is in charge of cleaning the pool, we should have a lot more time to accomplish this.