Model # 925V
Alternate Part #'s 54446, 925ADV, HAY-20-526
This Hayward Navigator is for Concrete pools
The Hayward Navigator sets the standard in high-performance cleaning for in-ground pools of all types and sizes. This newly designed hybrid version of the ever popular Pool Vac automatic cleaner features many new product enhancements, more durable components, plus a 2 year warranty. Simple to install, Navigator features the exclusive SmartDrive programmed steering which assures that virtually all pools will be cleaned in only 2-3 hours. Quiet and attractive, Navigator is the intelligent choice in automatic cleaners for smart pool professionals everywhere.
Add a leaf canister to your Hayward pool cleaner so debris does not collect in your pump basket. The leaf canister fits between 2 sections of the pool cleaners hose, debris is now collected in the leaf canister rather than your pump basket.
Q: What is the difference between the Hayward Pool Vac Ultra and the Hayward Navigator?
A: The only difference between the Pool Vac Ultra and the Navigator is the shape of the head of the cleaner. The head of the Navigator is square or flat and the Pool Vac Ultra is more rounded. Both cleaners use the exact same internal components and the same hose, so if you ever need to replace parts in the future the parts for both cleaners would be the same. Some people say the rounded design on the Pool Vac Ultra performs a little better in the corners of the pool.
Q: What is the difference between the standard Hayward Navigator and the Hayward Navigator Desert Model?
A: The Hayward Navigator Desert Model is used in parts of the country where your swimming pool receives a lot of sand. We ship most of the Desert Models to southwestern states like Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico. The only difference between the two cleaners is that the Desert Model handles sand much better than the standard model.
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2 yr. Parts and Labor (Excluding Wings, Shoes and Flaps)
Tips on Hose Requirements:
A simple rule of thumb is to measure from the skimmer (or dedicated suction line) to the furthest point in the pool, then add two (2)extra hose lenghths. For example: a 16’ x 32’ rectangular pool will normally take 8 - 10 lengths of hose, depending on depth and skimmer placement.
Tips on Vacuum Requirements:
The necessary vacuum is dictated by the amount of hose utilized. Allow 1 inch of vacuum for every length of hose used. For example: The pool in the example would need between 8 - 10 inches of vacuum for proper operation.
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It is not clear with any of the hayward units if they clean the pool walls also. All the text says "cleans entire pool." Do the hayward cleaners clean the pool walls?
How far the cleaner goes up the side of the wall really depends on the suction you are getting from your exsisting filter pump. If you have a small 3/4 HP pump the cleaner will go partially up the walls, the larger the pump and the more suction you have the higher up the pool wall the cleaner will go. I have seen this cleaner go all the way up to the tile line with pumps that have strong suction.
I need to replace the wings and shoes of my Hayward cleaner. Which kit do I need?
We would recommend you purchase a tune up kit (W300, W330, or W331) for your Hayward Navigator or Pool Vac Ultra. Which kit you purchase depends on what kind of pool you have, concrete or vinyl. Here is a link to the kits: Pool Cleaner Parts You also might want to look into our pool parts encyclopedia to check to see if you can find your cleaner part: Pool Part encyclopedia