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New Stream by SwimEx Turns Any Pool into a Current Pool

SwimEx, the leading manufacturer of current pools, introduces Stream, the portable, rechargeable swim-in-place technology that will change backyard pools forever.

Stream by SwimEx turns any pool into a current pool (Photo: Business Wire)

Stream by SwimEx turns any pool into a current pool (Photo: Business Wire)

The Stream turns pools of any shape, depth and size into current pools for extraordinary swim and workout sessions. No installation is required. Just roll the easily-maneuverable Stream to the pool edge, push a button, and watch the mechanized current-producing technology deploy itself for smooth, strong current.

The Stream’s current is adjustable, giving swimmers at all levels the ability to find the perfect flow. The battery-powered Stream provides hours of smooth, quiet current for swimming, water jogging, aquatic aerobics or simply bobbing in the flow. It’s the perfect tool for a low-impact cardio wellness program.

The Stream is particularly good news for owners with non-rectangular pools. While kidney-shaped pools are attractive, they are not conducive to lap swimming. With the Stream’s swim-in-place technology, kidney-shaped and all other shaped pools become dynamic settings for Olympic-sized lap sessions.

The affordable Stream by SwimEx is a must-have for pool owners seeking to get the most exercise, fun and fitness out of their backyard investment. The Stream works on above-ground and in-ground pools, and can turn small pools into big workout centers.

Pool owners will love the Stream’s handsome styling and rugged durability. The Stream blends perfectly with pool deck furniture. Its cabinet is made of King StarBoard, an ultra-durable marine-grade polymer environmentally stabilized to withstand the harshest conditions. And Stream features corrosion-resistant 316 stainless steel. Pool owners will get hours and hours—and year after year—of fun, fitness and enjoyment from their Stream. Plus, if they move, they can bring the portable Stream along with them.

The Stream is available in white and gray and will retail for $5,950. Pool owners and dealers should contact SwimEx for purchase information.

SwimEx is the leading manufacturer of current pools and spas for fitness, physical therapy and fun. Its pools are used by individuals, therapy centers and sports teams throughout the world.

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