Model # F3B
Model # F3B
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Polaris 380 Pool Cleaner
Designed for people who believe cleaning should be performed regularly, thoroughly, and never, ever, by a human being.
The 380 runs off its own booster pump, working independently from the rest of your pool system. This enables the 380’s three jets to provide greater vacuum power and faster cleaning.
The 380 vacuums, sweeps and scrubs the bottom and walls of any size or shape in-ground pool, be it gunite, fiberglass or vinyl-lined. The large bottom opening picks up debris like leaves, acorns and pebbles.
The Polaris 380 is covered by the Polaris 10/2 limited warranty (when registered) with over one thousand warranty service centers to give you assistance. There is also a Polaris Black Max, a black model of the 380 for dark-bottom pools.
Polaris Pool Cleaner Comparison Chart
|Specifications||Polaris 3900||Polaris 380||Polaris 360||Polaris 280|
|Current Rebates||$100 Rebate||None||None||None|
|Price After Rebate||$799 After Rebate||$699||$579||$599|
|Venturi Jets||3 Jets||3 Jets||3 Jets||2 Jets|
|Vacuum Inlet||2 1/2"||2 1/4"||2 1/4"||2 1/4"|
|Drive Mechanism||All-Wheel PosiDrive
with Stainless Steel Chain
|All-Wheel Belt Drive||All-Wheel Belt Drive||Shaft Drive|
|Requires Booster Pump||Yes||Yes||No||Yes|
|Duo Disc System||36 Fin Disc|
|Debris Bag||Dual Chamber SuperBag||Single Chamber||Single Chamber||Single Chamber|
|Debris Bag Capacity||5 Liter|
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What is the difference between the Polaris 380 and the Polaris 480?
The main difference between the Polaris 380 and the 480 is the body design and the fact that the 480 has the tank trax. The tack trax is a thick rubber belt that covers the 2 wheel side that gives the cleaner better traction. Also, the Polaris 380 has 3 jets and the 480 has 4. Both require the use of a booster pump (sold separately).
What is a booster pump, and where does it attach to?
This cleaner is designated as a pressure side cleaner which means:Pressure Pool Cleaners most pressure cleaners require a booster pump which is typically a ¾ horse power pump that is dedicated for use with the cleaner alone. The booster pump allows you to operate the pressure cleaner without taking any suction away from your main pool pump. The addition of the booster pump does mean pressure cleaners require a more involved installation than either suction or robotic cleaners. The booster pump is installed in tandem with your pool pump.
Can I use an existing Polaris booster pump, with this cleaner?
Yes if you already have a Polaris booster pump you would be able to use your existing booster pump in conjunction with this cleaner. No need to purchase a second booster pump.