Part # PL0046
Leaf Eater (15" diameter) - W/Brushes and Wheels ( For Replacement Bag see 199008B)
The Leaf Eater is designed to make removing leaves and debris from the bottom of your pool quick and easy. Simply attach the Leaf Eater to a garden hose and the action of the water inside pulls the debris off the bottom and into the attached mesh bag making clean up fast and effective.
* This is the "pool tool" for removing those pesky leaves from your pool
* Unique design traps leaves in a bag for easy removal
* Adapts to any vacuum pole
* Make spring or fall clean-up quick and effective
Fits any vacuum pole
Swivel handle for easy maneuvering while cleaning
Snap adapt handle
For vinyl, fiberglass and concrete pools
Does that too white ring come off. The bag with mesh net is hooked in it but can’t pull off or twist off. What is it supposed to do??
Hi, The white ring cannot be removed. That is the lip that helps secure the bag to the Leaf Eater assembly.
How much does a replacement bag cost ?? Leaf Eater w/ brush & wheels by Ocean Blue # OBW130070B
(3 out of 5 stars) Good leaf cleaner
Reviewed By: D Jerry B. from Springfield, IL ()
Pros: Works as it should
Cons: INYO's price, hose connections seems weak
This works well I just wish it came with a finer mesh bag. Lets a LOT of debris through. I worry about the hose connection breaking before long.
(3 out of 5 stars) Worth the price but heed my experience.
Reviewed By: ()
The orange colored hose quick-connect broke with the first use. It's not replaceable from Inyo. Go to Home Depot and get a Melnor Quick Connect set in the garden department. It's only 5 bucks and is much sturdier and works well. The one that came with the cleaner is junk. Tips--There were no instructions with mine so by trial and error I learned: 1- Too much water pressure blows the quick connect off the cleaner. When I turn my faucet on about 1/3 it works fine. 2- Zip-tie your garden hose loosely to the pole about 2' up, then about 6' up. Leave plenty of slack at the cleaner end so the cleaner can pivot to follow the floor. My use for the cleaner will be very occasional in a large 10' deep pool, so it's worth the low price
(3 out of 5 stars) Works ok. Hoped for better.
Reviewed By: Michael B. from Simsbury, CT ()
Pros: Picks up larger leafs
Cons: Hard to keep flat on pool surface
Bought the to take care of some of the larger leaves we have in our pool. Found it hard to keep flat on the pool surface. The front wants to keep riding up. Am considering adding a weight to address this.
(5 out of 5 stars) Sturdy
Reviewed By: Wendi S. from Ashland City, Tn ()
Pros: Well made
This is well made in my opinion and works like a charm. We have not been able to cover our pool in the winter ever since we found one of our older 150 lb dogs standing out on the cover one winter when the pool froze. We were afraid she might go out there and fall through the ice and get tangled in the cover. My neighbor has giant maple trees so we get a lot of leaves. This is the best way to get some fresh water in the pool and get the leafs out at the same time.
(4 out of 5 stars) leaf eater
Reviewed By: poolgirl ()
Pros: gets leaves and debris out
Cons: cumbersome, pole attachment has limited range of movement, hose attachment and pole attachment too close
it got more cumbersome to use as i got to the end of my length of hose