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Typical swimming pool jets use air to force the water out. The current is turbulent and full of bubbles. That’s fine if you just want the water to move. But a bubbly jetted current can be difficult to swim into.

Standard swimming pool jets force a narrow stream of water through a small opening. With a knob to adjust the volume, the current speeds can be imprecise, with a limited range of options.

An investment in top-quality swimming pool jets can pay dividends over years of healthy activity, family fun, and uninterrupted swims.