Meet WaterGuru SENSE.

An easy pool care smart device that measures your pool chemistry daily and automatically. And more.

Meet WaterGuru SENSE.

It measures your pool chemistry daily
and automatically. And more.

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Save time, money and headaches.

Learn how to use WaterGuru to avoid common pool problems.

Save time, money and headaches.

Learn how to use WaterGuru to avoid common pool problems.

“WaterGuru was extremely easy to set up…”

“It took only minutes to unpack, connect to Wi-Fi, install the app, and set up. I love the ease of use. It tests the water daily at the same time and I get the best advice to maintain chemical balance, right on my phone. Since purchasing WaterGuru, I have cancelled my pool service and I’m happy about savings every month. I highly recommend WaterGuru SENSE!”

Matthew D.
WaterGuru Advice

It’s easy to have perfectly balanced pool water every day.

Receive water treatment advice based on WaterGuru SENSE measurements and your pool conditions. Available for iOS (Android coming soon).

What can rain do to your pool?

If you’re like most people, you’re never sure you’re reading your test strips right. Which means you’re never sure when and how to treat your pool’s water. You’re paying how much for this?

What do pets do to your pool?

A single medium-sized dog in a pool can affect pool water as much as 3 people by raising the pH and quickly consuming the pool’s chlorine.

Feel like ditching your test strips?

If you’re like most people, you’re never sure you’re reading your test strips right. Which means you’re never sure when and how to treat your pool’s water. You’re paying how much for this?

What do leaves do to your pool?

Leaves and other debris in your pool affects water balance, consumes chemicals and if not removed can stain your pool surfaces.

What do swimmers do to your pool?

Of course you want swimmers in your pool, that’s the whole point right? But natural oils, hair products, and sunscreen can rapidly alter your pool’s pH with increasing chlorine demand.

What does sunlight do to your pool?

Sunlight and heat can actually affect pool chlorine. Ultraviolet rays can reduce chlorine by up to 90 percent in two hours. As for temperature, warmer water tends to breed more bacteria, and so the pool’s chlorine gets used up faster and must be replenished more frequently.