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This bit: """ The first suction-side pool cleaner was invented by Roy B. Everson of Chicago in 1937, which he entitled "Swimming Pool Cleaner".
Nineteen years later, the first suction-side pool cleaner was the work of Joseph Eistrup of San Mateo, California, who called his invention simply "Pool Cleaner" """ Does not make sense. How can the first suction-side be invented 19 years after the (original) first? Upon reading the patent of Eistrup for "pool cleaner", it is not evident that it was in fact a suction side cleaner? I might be wrong on this though --Chris Swart (talk) 11:00, 22 August 2014 (UTC)