The overwhelming limitation to full cover usage is that historically the only device sold for handling pool covers has been the deck reel, an expensive bulky towel rack-like device that sits at the end of the pool consuming valuable deck space.
The problem with deck reels is that even if you cookie-cut your oversized cover to fit your free-form pool, deck reels do not handle curvy free-form pool covers very well.
As things stand today, only pools that can accommodate a deck reel have a solution for taking the covers on and off the pool, which is much like having invented breakthrough inflatable rubber tires for the auto industry, but no jack to remove them with on 70% of the cars.
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For all those millions of pools without a jack, there is an innovative half cover rolling solution that can assist in the removal and handling of covers for pools that can't use a deck reel.
Because most custom free-form pools cannot use a traditional deck reel, many of those pool owners are already splitting their bulky pool covers to make them easier to remove by hand, and are doing so at the advice of pool shops that want to sell them a cover, but cannot sell them a reel.
The half cover rolling device just takes this a step further and makes it possible for custom free-form pool owners who want to purchase a cover to have the means to handle the cover too.