Custom options. Built-in flexibility.
The Auto Pool Roller and Auto Pool Reel are customizable and adjustable, making them perfect for automatically covering and uncovering those trickier pool shapes. Unsure how to use our automatic cover systems for your swimming pool? Let us walk you through it! Below you’ll find a complete guide to covering all sorts of pool shapes with the Auto Pool Roller or the Auto Pool Reel.
Rectangular pools are one of the most common pool shapes. With square edges and clean angles, it is the most compatible pool shape for
automatic cover reels / rollers. Place your Auto Pool Reel or Auto Pool Roller at either end of the pool and let it do the work for you.
Roman pools are rectangular with half-circles or “crescents” on one or both ends of the pool. Place your Auto Pool Reel or Auto Pool Roller on either side of the pool if you have two half-circles. Place it on the rectangular end if you have only one. For complete coverage- cut one end of your cover so that it mimics the curve of your pool’s edge.
Grecian pools are rectangular shaped with truncated corners that are arched or straight. Its design offers interesting curvature and defined edges. Place your Auto Pool Roller or Auto Pool Reel on either end of your pool. Cut one end of your cover to fit with its unique corners for complete coverage
Kidney pools are a common freeform pool shape. Their appearance resembles that of a twisted oval. Round edges cave inward on one side, creating a bean-like shape that’s lightly indented at the center. Our automatic pool cover should be placed at the smallest end of the pool. The opposite end is manually covered with smaller pieces of pool blanket.
Oval pools are another common freeform pool shape. Oval pools have a long rectangular shape with curved edges at each end. Your Auto Pool Reel or Auto Pool Roller can be placed at either end of the pool. For complete coverage- cut one end of your cover so that it mimics the curve of your pool’s edge.
Keyhole pools get their name from their key-like appearance in which a rectangle opens into an oval shape. The oval end of the pool can either be in line with the rectangle portion or offset like a kidney pool. The Auto Pool Reel or Auto Pool Roller should be placed at the rectangular end of the pool. The oval portion is manually covered with 1 or 2 smaller pieces of pool blanket.
A rectangular pool with an extended portion of
cover that fits into the pool’s stairs.
An L-shaped pool covered by 2 APR systems of
different lengths on either end of the “L”
A unique freeform pool with smaller cover
pieces that are manually placed
A roman pool with single half-circle at one end. A
custom-cut cover offers complete coverage.
We created the Auto Pool Reel because we believe that it shouldn’t take an extravagant built-in system for a fully automatic, hands-free experience. Since then, we also created the
Auto Pool Roller; for a semi-automatic experience that requires significantly less elbow grease compared to your ordinary automatic cover system.
The Auto Pool Roller
Semi-Automatic. Deploys and retracts with minimal manual assistance.
- Power-Assisted Deploying
- Adjustable Speed