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Does anyone know where I can buy Stingray or Piranha leaf nets? The pool world's largest distributor quit carrying them...Leslies Pool Supply. They are now selling a cheap knockoff made in China. I bought one and it lasted about 3 weeks. And when I say cheap I'm not talking about the price but the quality. It sucks!! The Stingray is the best professional net you can buy as far as functionality and durability. But you can't even buy them from the company's own website. I have even tried to call, email and write the company contact information and I can never get anyone to respond. WTF? Thanks!

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I can help. What's your email?

aquakidz@comcast.net

Jacob my email is : aquakidz@comcast.net Thanks!

aquakidz@comcast.net

The company I work for finally started ordering them from our local distributor here in Atlanta. I still need a good contact/source for my new website. I need to refer people to a supplier who will sell/ship them to individuals. Thanks!

No better net then the Red Barron from purity products,  SCP  

I've tried Red Barons...problem is that in the fall leaf season with just a handful of leaves the drag is outrageous. When you leaf rake 12 pools a day and it takes an average of an hour a pool....the Red Baron will wear you out and take forever! The Stingray/Piranha has half the drag of a Red Baron. And when you get paid by the pool every second is money in the bank. Give me a Stingray and I will work circles around anyone with a Red Baron. I'll bet a $1000 I can  smoke any joker with a Red Baron!!!

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