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10ft best way swimming pool with filter - £33.00 instore @ Tesco (Helsby)

£33.00 @ Tesco Direct
Best way swimming pool 10ft, just picked one up from Tesco in Helsby. They were stacked up at the main entrance. Read More
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Best way swimming pool 10ft, just picked one up from Tesco in Helsby. They were stacked up at the main entrance.
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12 Likes #1
http://p.fod4.com/p/media/7d17c5543f/kTuGkI39S42kj3D7hIt4_Pool%20Chair%20Fail.gif
1 Like #2
Essentially a bath tub???
2 Likes #3
Bitbotbang
Essentially a bath tub???
If you have a very big bathroom? ;)
3 Likes #4
Bitbotbang
Essentially a bath tub???

Bath tub?

Here in the UK the word 'tub' in this scenario is superfluous.

Me thinks you watch too much American TV.

Edited By: FREEZIN_WOLF on Jun 17, 2017 16:00
#5
I need this just now just to cool down!
1 Like #6
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!
4 Likes #7
bouncy99
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!

Do they have meters on council estates?
8 Likes #8
bouncy99
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!


As your teacher likely said to you repeatedly "check your working" there is no way it costs £33 to fill this..... A cubic meter of water costs around £1.80 by your reckoning that's 18.5m3 or 18.5 tons of water in this!
It holds around 5.5m3 so roughly £9 to fill.
#9
these are good fun, the Mrs and I loved it more than the kids. you can relax in it all day.
2 Likes #10
OrribleHarry
bouncy99
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!


As your teacher likely said to you repeatedly "check your working" there is no way it costs £33 to fill this..... A cubic meter of water costs around £1.80 by your reckoning that's 18.5m3 or 18.5 tons of water in this!
It holds around 5.5m3 so roughly £9 to fill.

I don't think the point of the comment was complete accuracy on cost.
Ironically my teacher never accepted rough answers. They repeatedly told me my answers had to be accurate.
1 Like #11
Watch out with these though as the deal I'd good price wise the pool /bath needs to go on pretty level ground. I had a similar one and gave it away because it wouldn't sit right and got one that inflated all around it for better stability which is required when mental kids are playing in it
banned#12
It's half priced in stores, picked up one for £20.
2 Likes #13
OrribleHarry
bouncy99
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!
As your teacher likely said to you repeatedly "check your working" there is no way it costs £33 to fill this..... A cubic meter of water costs around £1.80 by your reckoning that's 18.5m3 or 18.5 tons of water in this!
It holds around 5.5m3 so roughly £9 to fill.
i wasnt going for accuracy, it was more a comment on that it will cost a pretty penny to fill, its not your average paddling pool.
#14
fireman1
OrribleHarry
bouncy99
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!


As your teacher likely said to you repeatedly "check your working" there is no way it costs £33 to fill this..... A cubic meter of water costs around £1.80 by your reckoning that's 18.5m3 or 18.5 tons of water in this!
It holds around 5.5m3 so roughly £9 to fill.
I don't think the point of the comment was complete accuracy on cost.
Ironically my teacher never accepted rough answers. They repeatedly told me my answers had to be accurate.
im glad someone got the reason for my comment :)
#15
bouncy99
OrribleHarry
bouncy99
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!
As your teacher likely said to you repeatedly "check your working" there is no way it costs £33 to fill this..... A cubic meter of water costs around £1.80 by your reckoning that's 18.5m3 or 18.5 tons of water in this!
It holds around 5.5m3 so roughly £9 to fill.
i wasnt going for accuracy, it was more a comment on that it will cost a pretty penny to fill, its not your average paddling pool.

I'm not on a meter, I'll fill it for you for £1. I'm going to be a millionare by the end of the week!
1 Like #16
Mikiex
bouncy99
OrribleHarry
bouncy99
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!
As your teacher likely said to you repeatedly "check your working" there is no way it costs £33 to fill this..... A cubic meter of water costs around £1.80 by your reckoning that's 18.5m3 or 18.5 tons of water in this!
It holds around 5.5m3 so roughly £9 to fill.
i wasnt going for accuracy, it was more a comment on that it will cost a pretty penny to fill, its not your average paddling pool.
I'm not on a meter, I'll fill it for you for £1. I'm going to be a millionare by the end of the week!

How long is the hose?
1 Like #17
"swimming"
#18
In my area it's so posh we have the real thing . Dare say it could be used for the dogs
#19
Anyone know if these come with a cover?
1 Like #20
money-talks
Anyone know if these come with a cover?
Blimey you don't want much for £33!
1 Like #21
OrribleHarry
bouncy99
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!
As your teacher likely said to you repeatedly "check your working" there is no way it costs £33 to fill this..... A cubic meter of water costs around £1.80 by your reckoning that's 18.5m3 or 18.5 tons of water in this!
It holds around 5.5m3 so roughly £9 to fill.
Anglian Water cost per cubic metre = £3.03.(£1.54 per cubic metre used and £1.66 per cubic metre waste - waste being calculated at 90% of water used.) To fill would be around £15.and then there is topping up, chemicals, test strips, electric to run pump etc. Mine has been in the shed for a few years. Price is good though as they were £80 plus 12 years ago when I got mine.
#22
WARNER107
Anglian Water cost per cubic metre = £3.03.(£1.54 per cubic metre used and £1.66 per cubic metre waste - waste being calculated at 90% of water used.) To fill would be around £15.and then there is topping up, chemicals, test strips, electric to run pump etc. Mine has been in the shed for a few years. Price is good though as they were £80 plus 12 years ago when I got mine.


90% would be less not more and it's included in the 1.54 per M3
#23
Theradiomechanic
money-talks
Anyone know if these come with a cover?
Blimey you don't want much for £33!

Thanks for the useless reply, plonker
#24
An excellent deal for someone who wants one
#25
The best advice for an above ground pool is to buy the biggest size you can afford. I wouldn't recommend anything below 15 foot.

Get a sand filter and salt water system.

And be prepared to pay a fortune for the heat pump.
#26
As mentioned you need almost absolutely flat ground... I have a ever so slight slope and it's useless..
#27
catbeans
WARNER107
Anglian Water cost per cubic metre = £3.03.(£1.54 per cubic metre used and £1.66 per cubic metre waste - waste being calculated at 90% of water used.) To fill would be around £15.and then there is topping up, chemicals, test strips, electric to run pump etc. Mine has been in the shed for a few years. Price is good though as they were £80 plus 12 years ago when I got mine.
90% would be less not more and it's included in the 1.54 per M3
Sorry, but you are wrong. I know what I pay. It is £1.54 per cubic metre and then we have to pay £1.66 for the 90% that is not consumed and assumed to go back into their drains.
1 Like #28
money-talks
Anyone know if these come with a cover?
Unfortunately it doesnt, i paid £8 for a cover to stop me having to fill it every day
1 Like #29
Mikiex
bouncy99
OrribleHarry
bouncy99
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!
As your teacher likely said to you repeatedly "check your working" there is no way it costs £33 to fill this..... A cubic meter of water costs around £1.80 by your reckoning that's 18.5m3 or 18.5 tons of water in this!
It holds around 5.5m3 so roughly £9 to fill.
i wasnt going for accuracy, it was more a comment on that it will cost a pretty penny to fill, its not your average paddling pool.

I'm not on a meter, I'll fill it for you for £1. I'm going to be a millionare by the end of the week!


I would do it for 75p but will need to post the water from N Ireland
#30
charliespot
Mikiex
bouncy99
OrribleHarry
bouncy99
it will cost £33 to fill it on a meter!
As your teacher likely said to you repeatedly "check your working" there is no way it costs £33 to fill this..... A cubic meter of water costs around £1.80 by your reckoning that's 18.5m3 or 18.5 tons of water in this!
It holds around 5.5m3 so roughly £9 to fill.
i wasnt going for accuracy, it was more a comment on that it will cost a pretty penny to fill, its not your average paddling pool.
I'm not on a meter, I'll fill it for you for £1. I'm going to be a millionare by the end of the week!
I would do it for 75p but will need to post the water from N Ireland
could you not just use a long hose?

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