10ft plastic 'Blue' pool with integrated filter and cover - £39.98 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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Bought one of these over the weekend in my local B&Q - it's brand is "Blue" and it holds 3200 litres of water. Perfect for the weather we're having and if your garden is big enough to leave up until the end of the summer for lots of fun in the garden.
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#1
Got one at the end of last summer in the clearance section for £14.00. Excellent quality.
#2
I have one of these and the kids love it, don't forget to add some chlorine tablets (read the instructions!!) to keep the water clear.

Also take a look at this article to make a solar powered heater, I'm just in the process of making one.

http://ffaat.pointclark.net/blog/archives/107-DIY-Solar-Pool-Heater.html
#3
3200 litres !! i think you better hope there are no drouhghts this summer or you'll be filling it up with spring water (which incidentally would cost you £428.80 based on tesco selling aqua pura at £0.67 for 5 litres)
#4
andover_boy
3200 litres !! i think you better hope there are no drouhghts this summer or you'll be filling it up with spring water (which incidentally would cost you £428.80 based on tesco selling aqua pura at £0.67 for 5 litres)


Some people have FAR FAR too much time on there hands !!:whistling:
#5
andover_boy
3200 litres !! i think you better hope there are no drouhghts this summer or you'll be filling it up with spring water (which incidentally would cost you £428.80 based on tesco selling aqua pura at £0.67 for 5 litres)


spoil sport
#6
Voucher Boy
I have one of these and the kids love it, don't forget to add some chlorine tablets (read the instructions!!) to keep the water clear.

Also take a look at this article to make a solar powered heater, I'm just in the process of making one.

http://ffaat.pointclark.net/blog/archives/107-DIY-Solar-Pool-Heater.html


very clever and green - hats off!
#8
For what it's worth, if there is a hosepipe ban it doesn't include filling pools. Amazing but true. In fact, I can't see that it's illegal to fill the pool each morning and drain it via a hose into your grass and plants each evening. You might get dirty looks from the neighbours though :)

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