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I know this was listed previously, but it was £39.99 then and it's now reduced another £10 to £29.99


This 12ft x 30" swimming pool is made from high quality, durable material. Its self rising so all you need to do is inflate the top ring, insert the hose & let the water do the work. It also comes with an external filter pump.

It only takes two people an average of 10 minutes to set up with no tools required, and then you're in, relaxing and splashing away as much of the day as you'd like. Also it's durable, featuring triple-strong sidewalls made of three layers of material for reinforced strength. It's much quicker and easier than traditional steel-walled pools and nearly as tough. It also has a convenient drain plug that connects to your garden hose so the water can be drained away from the pool when youve finished with it.

Above ground pools are great for people that are looking to get a swimming pool. Theyre relatively cheap compared to in ground pools as theres no installation required & you dont have to dig up the grass in your garden. There are quite a few different styles & sizes available so its best to decide where you want the pool before you purchase so you can get an idea of the size that you need.

Also think about who will be using the pool. If you have young children you may want to consider a pool ladder that will make getting in & out of the pool much safer & easier.

Heat is also an important factor because although the sun is out there will be a lot of water to heat up. The best way to heat your pool is with a heater to take the chill off & then a solar cover to retain the heat over night so it can be used the again the next day. If you are going to put your new pool on the grass then you could also look at breathable ground sheets. They allow the air to circulate under the pool & prevent the grass from dying.
Swimming pools are a great addition to your garden. The kids will love it & theyre great for adding something extra to parties & BBQs.

Why go to a public swimming pool when you can have this in your own back garden?

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12ft Easy setup pool set High quality material Includes an external filter pump Size 12ft x 30 Water capacity 2270 Litres Weight - 14kg
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#2
Thank you very much, i'll have a read through

Much appreciated
#3
bought a 12ft pool and pump from b&q last week for £12...looks same
#4
that IS NOT a 30" deep pool in the pic

thats about 50"

annoys me when they use the wrong pic

http://www.cybercheckout.co.uk/images/Product/medium/233.jpg

that adult at the back left is neck deep, even if she is kneeling that would be 50"

i bought 3 of these recently and was more than annoyed when i found out the pic was wrong
#5
the_gfp
that IS NOT a 30" deep pool in the pic

thats about 50"

annoys me when they use the wrong pic

http://www.cybercheckout.co.uk/images/Product/medium/233.jpg

that adult at the back left is neck deep, even if she is kneeling that would be 50"

i bought 3 of these recently and was more than annoyed when i found out the pic was wrong


You may be right, but half the time the pics of people in pools are 'pasted' into it from another pic, the argos book for sure does this!
Take a look at the 'green' water, looks more like seawater than pool water!
I have a 10ft one of these and they are great, but it costs ALOT to keep it anywhere near warm enough for kids with a heater (basically similar to a kettle on 24/7), it hold so much water it took 2 days of constant heater on before it reached a sensible temperature, and that was with a solar cover too! I wouldnt want to jump in there un-heated you'd probably die of the shock lol!
Have some heat and rep though, great price!
#6
hot deal!
#7
bloody good price for this, but already have a 20x12x4 ;) h&r
#8
I bought this a couple of weeks ago. It's an excellent deal, and I'm very pleased with it. You can also pick up a heater from eBay.
#9
We have a 10' version of this and it did not fill properly as our lawn isn't completely flat. It look quite flat.
#10
"Why go to a public swimming pool when you can have this in your own back garden?"

Er, because there isn't actually enough room to swim in it perhaps?

I bought one like this, used it once, never again. My lawn's flat enough but they take hundreds of gallons of water so it's half a day to fill them and another half to empty. When filled they are very, very, VERY cold. Even after a week adjusting to ambient temperatures they are still cold, by which time the grass is also dead.

If you can afford to heat this you can probably afford to buy a proper big swimming pool which you could actually swim in. As far as I can see this pool is just selling promises it can't keep.

Cold, at any price.
#11
Don't forget that at current water rates (and if you have a meter), it'll cost you about £8 to fill it:thumbsup:

Also someone gets a D- for maths. The site quotes 2270 litres. Actually to fill it up is 8006 litres

12ft = 3.6576m
Cross sectional area = pi*3.6576^2/4 = 10.507 m2
Height = 30" = 0.762 m
Therefore, volume = 0.762*10.507*1000 = 8006 litres
#12
We had one in our old house and it does take a long while to fill and yes without a heater it is very cold, which is great if you are having a really hot summer as used to get home from work and cool off in the pool. With the weather being as it in recent years wouldnt be much change to use it.
#13
i had one for this year and as i said in the last thread you need chemicals, that cost £40 to go with it, the filters need changing every 2weeks as well as the filter needing to be run for over 8 hours a day and then you have to clean it.

The kids did enjoy it though BUT it takes a alot of effort to keep clean and maintain it.

You have to level the ph balance then add algacide then add chlorine or 02 granules.

Pool cost me £30 total cost of other stuff including heater which i couldnt afford to run is £200

The kids only had about 10 days use of it as mentioned even on a 30 degree day it is still a massive amount of water to warm.

I "might" still get one as mine punctured. they do this very easily

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