Compu-Pool Salt Water Chlorinator Kit


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Note: This post contains pricing information for future reference because it is generally not available elsewhere once the next Woot has been offered.

Compu-Pool Salt Water Chlorinator Kit
$699.99 + $5 shipping
condition: New
product: 1 Compu-Pool CPSC-36 Salt Water Pool Chlorinator Kit


#3

Who in the heck has salt-water swimming pools???

O.o


#4

This is actually really cool! My dad owns a pool, but it’s not salt water… oh well.


#5

I bet the Woot map will be fun for this one. Look for a certin southern emphasis. And no buyers in Alaska.


#6

So where do you attach this? The skimmer?


#7

you dont need it to be salt water, it works on all pools


#8

Does anybody know if this will work in my bath tub? It’s a Kohler LJ-223 ?


#9

Believe it or not, but my neighbor does. It’s much nicer than swimming in a chlorinated pool.


#10

guess i am gonna have to put in a pool.

its .35% salt! thats less than 1% btw, and most pools have it these days to lessen the clorine.


#11

I love the fact no one bought any yet, 4 minutes past.

Froogled.
http://www.google.com/products?q=Compu-Pool+Salt+Water+Chlorinator+Kit&btnG=Search+Products

Hey look, no one has this yet.


#12

My brother


#13

While not common, people do have them. The reason is that they are suppose to be easier to keep clean (not as much chlorine is needed, etc).


#14

I had to do a double-take on this one - why would people own salf-water pools?


#15

I guess this is the kind of thing that: if you have to ask what it’s for, you don’t need it.


#16

I didnt think salt-water pools were that uncommon. Couple of my friends have them…


#17

Ah, I get it. So if you just happen to live in a beach house with a swimming pool, you can pump saltwater into your pool and convert it to useable water? Yeah. If I fit those demographics, you think I’d be shopping on Woot for bargains? Thanks, Woot. Go ahead. Rub salt in the gaping wounds of my soul yet again.


#18

Now that’s what I call a niche item.


#19

The description says it produces chlorine gas. That’s a load of shit. If you don’t add chlorine to it, it can’t. Chlorine is an element. That would be like saying it could generate gold!


#20

well its a good thing this doesnt specifically target only a certain few individuals. i am sure glad that i am in the market for one of these living in my second floor apartment. neat.