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About this product
- Product InformationGet enhanced cleaning power with the swivel design and regulator valve of the Kreepy Krauly Classic K70405. For entire cleaning of the pool from water line right to the bottom, this Sta Rite pool cleaner features the dive float directional system. Get intense cleaning with the automatic valve of this automatic pool cleaner that modulates the water flow for optimum speed. Remove large as well as small debris easily with the large intake throat of the Kreepy Krauly Classic K70405. The rugged construction of this Sta Rite pool cleaner ensures a longer life span. With just one moving part design and no wheel or gears, this automatic pool cleaner gives you dependable service.
- ModelKreepy Krauly Classic
- Cleaner TypeSuction
- Pool TypeIn-ground
- Pool Surface TypeFiberglass,Tile,Vinyl
- Additional FeaturesEnergy Efficient
Most relevant reviews
- morgane2uAug 13, 2014by
I love My Kreepy Krauly
I loved my old kreepy krauly ( named Kirby) but he was slowly dying...so had to replace it with the same brand...well I love LOVE my new Kreepy Krauly ( Kirby #2) I am told there are better products out there for my pool..but I say why fix what I love if its not broke..and why pay more when I don't have to :) I highly recommend this Pool cleaner...its easy to put together as well :) little maintenance and easy storage..this new guy is now one of the 'family'
- djsturgeSep 02, 2012by
Works Very Well-Lasts For About 2 Summers
This is my third Kreepy Krauly Classic purchase. It works well in my inground gunnite pool. Picks up small particles as well as leaves and larger debris. Sometimes have to adjust the weights on the hoses in order to 'balance' the head so that it covers the entire pool, not just a repetitive pattern. If I had any complaints, it would be that the unit deteriorates in the cholornated water such that a unit usually lasts only two seasons before it required new parts or must be replaced entirely. I have learned to save the old one to 'cannabalize' for parts to keep the next one running as long as possible. I don't know how this longevity compares to other brands.
- frank8003Dec 11, 2015by
Why must I write this?
It is the Cadillac Once you run one of these then there is no going back.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- conniemac16Apr 26, 2011by
New model of old friend works great! Definitely a good purchase!
This is replacement for older model approx 20 yrs old. Old model was great, but foot was wearing out, couldn't keep foot pad on, and it wasn't quite cleaning like it used to. So bought another one just like it, put it together and in pool. Pool had lots of dirt and debris, but new KK did a great job cleaning. Turned pump on for 1 extra hour and forgot about it. Came out next morning, and pool was ~95% clean, even up on sides... without any manual (brushing/vacuuming) labor on my part. Old one didn't do that--ran it a lot of extra time, but never did get more than about half of pool clean. This item came with installation CD, which I still haven't used, and a paper booklet that was adequate for how to put KK together. (Actually, the paper booklet is pretty good: directions are clear, diagrams are well-labeled, there is a decent troubleshooting section, etc.) Since I already was familiar with KK, basically all I needed was help to make sure I put some of the parts together right, but not hooking it up to pool vacuum line/skimmer. If I had had to change out some of that, I probably would have cracked open the CD. As it was, I ignored those directions in the manual and just hooked the hose up like it was before, using some of the old parts. A part that got re-used was the automatic regulator valve. My current one is set up to be placed in a "vacuum plate", which is then installed over a basket set inside the skimmer. This new KK included the valve, but not a vacuum plate cover or basket; also, it doesn't mention it in the directions, but one needs a "locking bar" to place over the valve plate to keep it in place when pump in not running. There was an insert to send off for one of the plate covers, which I will probably do, and a list of parts/accessories to go with the KK, which was very helpful: it shows diagrams of what they look like, what they are called, and their part number. This I like... pictures are always good! Oh, one other comment... I talked to a neighbor who has a different brand of pool cleaner, one that is on wheels rather than flat on the pool surface like a KK, and she said it was good for leaves, but it didn't pick up small debris and dirt on the pool surface. But a KK sure does--and well! Read full review
- flashdr1Jan 10, 2014by
Mistake wil not be repeated
I bought the Kreepy Krauly because it had good reviews and was about $100 less than a Polaris (which served faithfully for 8 years with no maintenance required). Mistake. I had to buy a twister attachment for $50, but with the rebate on the KK that part was a wash. Regardless, even with a twister (supposed to pull it out of corners, etc. three times per hour), the KK still gets stuck by the pool steps (and yes I tried adjusting it several times, chanted, prayed, and did the "untangled pool hose" dance while speaking in a foreign tongue), all without success. I'll be glad when the KK dies and goes to pool hose heaven.