Endless Pools vs. SwimEx Pools
SwimEx has been a leader and innovator of resistance swim in place pools for 29 years. When comparing a SwimEx with Endless Swimming Pools, it is important to consider these four qualities:
- Water Flow
- Construction Quality
- Noise Level
- Custom Options
Why the SwimEx "Wall of Water" Works Better than an Endless prop?
Both the SwimEx and the Endless Pool offer a better flow than standard jetted lap pools or swim spas. Endless Pools use a propeller to push a water flow that is approximately 21" wide and 18" deep, located in the middle of the pool. It is a narrow flow and, depending on the swimmer, may be too narrow for effective swimming.
Using its industry exclusive paddlewheel technology, SwimEx Pools provide a wider and deeper current than an Endless Pools allowing a swimmer to swim anywhere in the pool and still take advantage of the current. With a wall of water as wide that spans the width of the pool and up to 30" in depth, SwimEx pools offers the deepest and widest current flow on the market.
The current in a SwimEx pool has 99 speed settings and moves up to 30,000 gallons of water per minute compared to Endless which move only 5,000 gallons per minute.
A SwimEx is built to last and easy to maintain
The original Endless pool, which offers their best water flow, is constructed with a vinyl liner in a galvanized steel shell. The Endless pool liner needs to be replaced every few years. Endless also recommends replacing their hydraulic motor every 3-5 years.
SwimEx pools are handcrafted with fiberglass, the same material used to build the legendary Pearson Yachts. This proven construction technique sandwiches a balsa wood core between layers of fiberglass, resin and is topped with a durable gelcoat finish for an indestructible, low maintenance pool wall with no liners to replace. And SwimEx proudly offers the best warranty in the industry.
Endless pools are louder Than SwimEx Pools
The hydraulic motor that drives the Endless pool is located at the front end of the pool and can make the surrounding area quite loud. The SwimEx drive system is mounted below the decking at the rear of the pool. Noise levels are kept at a minimum for both swimmers and those sharing the space.
The choice is clear. If you want a quiet, virtually maintenance-free swim spa that moves more water in a wider area than any other pool on the market, SwimEx is choice for you!
|Options & Accessories||SwimEx Pools||Endless Pools|
|High Performance Motor||Included||$700 additional|
|Entrance Steps||Included||$230 additional|
|2 Handrails Near Steps||Included||Only available with one handrail for $180 additional|
|Stainless Steel Grab Bar||Included||$120 additional|
|3-5 Year Replacement Motor*||Not necessary||$450 additional without installation costs factored in|
|Vinyl Liner Replacement||No liner to replace||$500 - $800 without installation costs factored in|
|Assembly of steel panels, installation of vinyl liner, installation of plumbing fixtures to pool sidewall||Not needed!||$2,500*** additional|
|Coping border around pool||Included (fiberglass)||$1,300 synthetic coping, $1,100 aluminum coping|
*as stated in Endless Pools literature, “the submersed hydraulic motor should be changed every three to five years”
**prices are approximate and may vary per location
***if provided with a flat level surface and electrical service