Shake-a-Vac Spa & Pool Water Vacuum & Drain

Shake-a-Vac Spa & Pool Water Vacuum & Drain
Shake-a-Vac Spa & Pool Water Vacuum & Drain
for siphon to work, the hose discharge end must be lower than surface water level of spa
check valve of Shake-a-Vac Spa & Pool Water Vacuum & Drain
Shake-a-Vac Spa & Pool Water Vacuum & Drain

Shake-a-Vac Spa & Pool Water Vacuum & Drain

Regular price $26.95
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Self-starting Shake-a-Vac sucks up debris, sand, grass, bugs, or grit from the bottom of your portable hot tub or above-ground pool. Long reach 36" wand. Cleans without awkward hoses to connect, bags to empty, or expensive batteries to replace!

  • Shake-to-start siphon vacuum
  • Also great for draining
  • 8 ft. hi-flow discharge hose

Product notes: Uses gravity siphon, so water surface must be above ground level. For in-ground below-grade applications where a siphon won't work, choose one of our other water vacuums.

Shake-a-Vac Instructions

  WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm

Customer Reviews

Based on 103 reviews
Waste of Money

No matter what level in my spa I try to use the spa vac it will not maintain a siphon.

It sounds like there's a problem with your particular unit. Give us a call when you have a moment and we'd be happy to take care of this issue.

Works great!

Perfect for a hot tub. No reason for anything more expensive.

Awesome tool. Works great.

Worked great and ask expected until the dang dog chewed it up. Time to buy another one.

Best product ever!

Very easy to use. Works great for vacuuming a small hot tub. Saves a ton on service calls!

I would buy it again!

The first time I used it I thought it was wasn't picking up anything and the flow out was inconsistent. I was ready to throw it away.....but I then found a kink in the hose underneath that dark blue sleeve at the top of the wand. It was hard to see because of being underneath. I got that kink out and tried again. It worked great. It picked up all the gravel at the bottom and I was able to get the last couple gallons of water out that my pump couldn't remove.