Vacuums Portable Spas & Above-Ground Pools
The long-reach Shake-a-Vac II is the easiest way to rid debris from the bottom of your hot tub or above-ground pool. Vacuums up: sand, grass, grit, bugs, etc. No awkward hoses to connect, bags to empty, or expensive batteries to replace!
The Vac that's also great for Draining!
Unlike ordinary spa vacs, you can also use the Shake a Vac II for draining portable spas, soft tubs and inflatable spas with its unique shake-to-start siphon.
Just insert the wand into the water and shake it up & down a few times using long, fast strokes. Presto! The siphon action starts, and the Shake-a-Vac II sucks up debris. (For maximum water flow, shake again after a few seconds). Features flexible 8 foot hi-flow discharge hose for vacuuming or draining as needed.
Hands Down: Simply the Best Design
The Shake-a-Vac's inventor claimed it to be the first water vac to start its own siphon. We were skeptical at first. Then we tried it, and were so impressed that we bought the company! We guarantee: you'll be delighted as well.
Shake-a-Vac II Saves Water & Chemicals
Don't waste your money on a cumbersome water-powered vac which must be connected to a garden hose. In use, they add up to 50 gallons of water to your spa, overfilling and diluting chemicals. Shake-a-Vac II is a more efficient vacuum design which sucks up debris, yet drains only a gallon or two during a typical cleaning.
Shake-a-Vac II also makes a great gift. Pick up an extra for a friend or neighbor at a very special price (checkbox below).
Product Notes: 36" long-reach wand with 8 ft. drain/vac discharge hose. The Shake-a-Vac II uses gravity siphon action, so your hot tub, pool or pond must be above ground level. For in-ground/below-grade applications where a siphon won't work, choose one of our other popular vacs (links below).
10/17/2013 Not just for the Spa I have 2 of these I bought one for the spa and one for a small pond. I ended up using them for my 75 gallon fish tank for doing water changes, works great and have never sucked up a fish I get it started then prop it into a decorative piece and run it out the door...simple and great. Also have turtles in a 5 ft swimming pool out side and if it rains a lot I just put the sticks in and it drains the excess water while its storming out, oh yeah have used them to drain the spa as well and to suck up sand and small debris. Works great Has made my water changing duties easier than ever.
Reviewer: Female Age Group: 45-54 Location: Fort Pierce, Fl Has owned this product for: Over 1 year Uses product: Every few days
Recommends this product? Yes
8/25/2013 It works, GREAT price! This was awesome, whoever invented this was very smart for something so simple. You just shake & once it gets moving water is flowing out. I wasn't sure it was going to work. I previously purchased one of those you connect to a water hose & waste tons of water- those are a waste of money. I think the tubing is the perfect size as well. My hot tub sits up on a 10" slab & it's tall. I just threw the hose over the side & it drained perfectly! Even got the tub down to the bottom of my Morgan spa. Great price, wonderful product for something so simple.
Reviewer: Female Age Group: 35-44 Location: Katy, TX Has owned this product for: 2 - 7 weeks Uses product: Weekly
Recommends this product? Yes
6/8/2013 Yes, it does work well. But . . . I am glad I have this and it does work well; except that the constant kinking of the hose is a definite annoyance. It's kind-of a stiff plastic (clear) discharge hose and, just past the handle, it kinks. I am going to be looking into some modification using a solid, curved tube from the handle to where I would then attach the hose - so that it doesn't have to make that bend. Or, maybe just some sort of different hose that won't kink and restrict/cut-off the flow. If it weren't for this, the product would be a definite 5-star, IMO. Don
Reviewer: Male Age Group: 55 or Older Location: Welches, OR Has owned this product for: Over 1 year Uses product: Monthly