Review and Giveaway: ePool Smart System

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ePool Smart System ~ Great American Merchandise & Events (GAME)

Summer has finally arrived here in the Pacific Northwest. The rain season doesn’t end until around the Fourth of July. That’s why I didn’t set up our swimming pool until last week. Now we have a mild heat wave and our kids love cooling off in the pool. I love seeing the kids playing in the pool, but I don’t exactly like maintaining the pool. That’s why I was happy to receive the new ePool Smart System for review and giveaway on my dad blog.

ePool software screenshot

The ePool Smart System doesn’t clean my pool for me, but it does make my job a little easier. So, what is the ePool Smart System? Basically, it’s a wireless system that monitors the pH, temperature, and sanitizer level of your swimming pool. It consists of a sensor that floats in the water and a receiver that hooks up to your computer (PC and Mac). The floating sensor transmit data to the USB receiver. The data is then displayed in their software. The information displayed includes pool temperature, pH level, sanitizer level, wireless signal strength, and battery level (the sensor is requires four AA batteries).

The ePool system monitors the swimming pool and eliminates spikes and dips in pool chemicals that commonly occur with periodic manual testing or weekly servicing. With ePool, you don’t need a test kit or have to do any calculations. The ePool system tells you what to add to the pool and exactly how much. You can even setup the software to email you alerts so you can stay on top of your pool’s conditions.

I love the ePool system, but there are a couple of drawbacks. First, you need a computer to view the status of your pool. Just about everyone has a computer, but the computer also has be turned on. So if you want to check on your pool, you first have to turn on your computer. Second drawback of ePool is that the wireless transmitter/receiver has a limited range. My computer in my home office was too far from the pool to receive the signal. As a result, I had to installed the software on a closer computer.

ePool Smart System Features

  • Works on regular, salt water and mineral pools
  • Continual 24/7 monitoring of pH, chlorine and water temperature
  • Wireless floating sensor transmits the status of your water to your PC or Mac
  • Tells you exactly what chemical and how much to add eliminating unhealthy spikes and dips
  • Accurate analysis
  • No guesswork or test strips needed
  • Easy to set up and use with any PC or Mac
  • Easy to read messages automatically sent to your computer
  • Can be programmed to send email and text messages
  • Software upgrades easily managed
  • Patented technology
  • Requires four (4) AA batteries (not included)
  • 1 year of customer support
  • 90 days full replacement warranty

ePool Giveaway
Thanks to Great American Merchandise & Events (GAME), a reader of my dad blog will win a new ePool Smart System. The winner will be randomly selected. The deadline to enter the giveaway is Wednesday, July 18th (Eastern time). The giveaway is limited to readers in the USA. If you don’t see an entry form below, please wait for the Rafflecopter giveaway form to load (or refresh the browser).

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[Disclosure: The giveaway prize will be provided by Great American Merchandise & Events, but they are not the administrators of the giveaway on my blog. I am not liable for the prize. I received a unit for review purposes. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]

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20 thoughts on “Review and Giveaway: ePool Smart System

  1. My husband monitors the pool by taking a water sample to a pool store. The store is a distance a way so it becomes a pain in the neck. ePool Smart System sounds like a great way to monitor our Florida pool. With all the sun and rain it has to be checked frequently and having the ePool Smart System would make checking it a breeze as opposed to driving somewhere with a sample.

    We have a equipment that sweeps the pool and me and the hubs also brushes the walls down.

  2. I have a pool company come once a week. I always worry about my chemical levels between treatments, and have no idea how to check and what they should be. I would love this to monitor my chemical levels in the pool as now I have no idea how they really are and what they should be. With the little kids swimming every day I always worry about it.

  3. We have a cleaning robot, test the water with strips and periodically take water in for a proper testing. Cleaning entails daily effort – it took me a few seasons to learn how to get infront of the cleaning curve rather than fixing issues that came up.

  4. We keep it charged with chlorine and good old fashioned manual labour!

    Terri P
    pr4gatheringroses AT gmail DOT com

  5. we test with a pool testing kit from wal mart and use a vac to keep debris out

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

  6. I monitor my pool with the test strips. I clean my swimming pool by keeping the floating chlorine tablet thing in it and also shock it every so often.
    ericka082 at gmail dot com

  7. believe it or not I use borax to keep my ph good and the way i monitor this is by feeling the softness of the water.

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