Toss the brush and throw robot Mirra in your pool
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LAS VEGAS–I used to try cleaning my godmother’s pool with long, unwieldy nets and hoses, and always gave up in frustration.
With its rotating brushes, Mirra is designed to scrub any type of in-ground pool without using the pool’s filtration system, a concept aimed at saving energy.
Unlike the $1,099.99 Verro 500 PowerScrub, the $1,299.99 Mirra has wheels instead of treads and a more powerful suction and filtration system.
Mirra can pump and filter about 70 gallons of pool water per minute and suck up debris as small as 2 microns.
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