Laguna Pond Vacuum Kit
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$34.99

160169

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Laguna Pond Vac
  • Designed For Small Water Features
  • Does Not Use Electricity
  • Remove Muck & Debris From Pond

The Laguna Pond Vac is ideal for the water gardener looking for simplicity. Designed for smaller ponds, the Laguna Pond Vac is operated solely by garden hose (a minimum of 50 psi is needed). It also comes equipped with a hydro brush intended for scrubbing and loosening debris, a filter bag and an extension pole to grab bottom dwelling muck.

Tech Specs

From product dimensions to operation manuals, the TECH SPECS tab contains all of the information you need to choose the right equipment for your pond.

Laguna Pond Vac
Pond Vac
Pole Length 55"
Attachments Brush, Vacuum, Debris Bag
Also Includes Hose Fittings

How To Use

The Laguna Pond Vac comes assembled; all you need to do is secure the end of the pole, using the fittings provided, to the garden hose and turn it on.

When To Use

The Laguna Pond Vac is best used when there is an excessive accumulation of organic debris in your pond; however, for optimal pond cleanliness it is best to use the vacuum once a week. The Laguna Pond Vac is best used during the pond season and stored away for winter.


Replacement Parts

  • 1 | Laguna Pond Vacuum Replacement Debris Bag

    Item Number 160176

    Price : 3.99

What others are saying

3 out of 5

Customer Rating

"Laguna Pond Vacuum Kit"Gregory McGrath of Sterling Heights, MI

I bought this vac because of the price. The vac works good, but the debris bag is very small. The first time I used it, the seam of the bag came apart and it filled withing a minute. I called customer service and they had no suggestions for a larger bag. I am going to try a nylon stocking and see if that will work.

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5 out of 5

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"Works great!"Sandy of Fort Meyers, FL

This vac works really well for my small pond, it is convenient to use, the brush is excellent for cleaning my rocks and the best part is you don't have to use electricity!

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5 out of 5

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"Laguna Pond Vacuum Kit"William L. Roberts of Mars Hill, NC

This is an absolutely wonderful product it does a wonderful job of picking up debris and cleaning the sides as well, for the price it is a great deal

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5 out of 5

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"Simple and Effective"Walter of Aiken, SC

I have a small garden pool approximately 5' X 10' with a flat concrete bottom. This device reaches everything and works as advertized. Picks up small stones as well as crud and algae. Very simple to use.

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1 out of 5

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"laguna mini pond vac"Nancy of beavercreek, OR

this item did not work very well. the bag is poorly designed and does not stay on well

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2 out of 5

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"The Pond Vacuum Works"George Williams of PENSACOLA, FL

The Laguna Mini Pond Vac works like it is advertised to do.

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4 out of 5

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"Laguna mini pond vac"David Demboski of Poughkeepsie, NY

Holy cow! My expectations were rather low with this one. I was pleasantly surprised. It vacuumed up leaves and debris very quickly. The collection net is easy on and off. The extension handle is a bit flimsy. Otherwise works well.

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4 out of 5

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"Mini pond vac"Wayne Christopherson of opp, AL

I bought this vacuum not expecting much but was surprised by the power of the suction. It sucked up the half inch and smaller rocks from the bottom of my pond. The one problem with the unit is the bag comes off to easily. I am not sure if or how it could be fixed on such an inexpensive unit but it doesn't trap the really small stuff. I am pleasantly surprised with this unit and would recommend it to friends.

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3 out of 5

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"Laguna Mini-Vac ok for light solids"Miriam of Lexington Park, MD

Pole is lightweight but OK for light use. Will pick up small leaves but mesh bag will not collect tiny algae. We had a warm Winter and I had 500 gallons of green murk by Spring. Had to resort to a wet/dry vac to empty most of murky water before re-installing ultraviolet light and waterfall and refilling with clean water. Mini vac should be good for summer maintenance though.

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1 out of 5

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"Pond vac"Deb Jensen of Germantown, TN

This cheaply made, bit of plastic was not nearly worth the cost. It clogged, did not "vac" well, and was very awkward to use. I couldn't return it fast enough!

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1 out of 5

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"Another Cheap item made in China"John M. Mole of Dublin, GA

Great example of another cheap item made in China. The wand is very flimsy. The idea is great but it just doesn't work, I will be returning it.

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2 out of 5

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"Wish it was better"Jennifer of Jacksonville, FL

I wanted to love this little vacuum, but I cannot. I had read all of the reviews so I knew the bag was small and would not stay on the vac well. I had already figured out a way to remedy this problem. When my vac arrived I tweaked my bag so it would not come off....little did I know that the female adaptor at the end of the vac would not fit properly with the male end of the hose....I could only get the the vac to turn one time on to the hose.....So every time i turned on the water the pressure would blow the hose off the end of the vac.....I tried all of my hoses w no luck. I finally got out my vice grips and carefully tried to affix the vac tighter. It worked a bit....as in it didn't blow the hose off but it sprayed water everywhere...I decided I was so wet from messing around with it, I WAS going to vacuum my fountain. It did work pretty well. I just don't know if getting yourself soaking wet is worth the cheap cost of the vac.....it would be perfect if the darn female end of the vac would fit snuggly on the end of the male end of the hose!

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1 out of 5

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"Cheap Failure"Pierce Phillips of Shawnee, KS

I went cheap.. It doesn't work. I verified I had the right PSI coming out of city tap. No suction AT ALL !! Also, there is no drain hose, just a cloth filter over the discharge end. So it is going to pump all that tap water into my pond. Not good. Very disappointed. Going to buy a real vacuum now.

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