15ft outdoor swimming pool normally £179.99 now £35.99 (includes filter) + 9.99 delivery @ Argos Ebay - HotUKDeals
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Amazing deal on outdoor 15ft swimming pool.

Be great to buy it now and either sell it or use it yourself come the full blown summer in 2011.

Extra Notes: Its on Argos ebay store, and limited delivery to central UK.
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#1
was looking forward to getting this but they dont deliver to anywhere in scotland!
#2
Or Northern Ireland by the looks of it. Oh well :(
#3
Great deal, thanks for the post. Heat added
#4
great price
#5
great....its my first ever post on hot uk deals, normally I just grab a bargain and run.

Glad its got some heat...

enjoy
#6
Great price, but lousy delivery area
banned 1 Like #7
it would cost me £15 in water to fill this up! oO
#8
Great deal!!! Bought One and voted a big, fat hot!!!
1 Like #9
RAhmed1234
was looking forward to getting this but they dont deliver to anywhere in scotland!

Probable for safety reasons - an outdoor pool in Scotland! :)
#10
Would love this but can't justify it now we're on a water meter, it'd cost a small fortune to fill this up!

Good find though. Heat added :)
#11
Shame no heater
#12
tomlewis007
Shame no heater

Just use a big kettle.... ;)
#13
these pools r gud only if the ground is compleatly flat i thought my grass was level until i started to fill it up n the water started goin to one side so it wudnt go up proper
#14
where do you check the delivery area? im looking on the page and don't see where they deliver.
banned#15
is it true that if you have one of these and the water company finds out, then you MUST have a water meter fitted?
#16
more like paddling pool
#17
Either way, considering it'll take 12 hours to fill I'm sure the water company will be placing you on a black list of some kind :)
#18
glad its popular....could'nt get it myself. One because out of delivery area and 2 cause my Mrs will no doubt tell me off for spending money on "another amazing bargain". Not that she wears the trousers of course.
#19
Know the feeling
#20
just what i needed for the winter

good price...paid £12 last year @ b&q for a 10ft pool with cover and pump...prob is you defintely needed a heater and cleaning the pool is a complete nightmare/time consuming....cover was pretty useless too.....pretty sure the pool was made by intec for B&Q...i wouldnt buy another

Edited By: royals on Oct 14, 2010 17:57: r
#21
draper3000
glad its popular....could'nt get it myself. One because out of delivery area and 2 cause my Mrs will no doubt tell me off for spending money on "another amazing bargain". Not that she wears the trousers of course.

maybe has a point...ive stopped buing stuff unless i need it and im clearing out stuff i dont need/use

anyway, tell her to stop moaning about trivial things
#22
csiman1 person likes this
it would cost me £15 in water to fill this up! oO

glad im not metered
#23
vlane86
these pools r gud only if the ground is compleatly flat i thought my grass was level until i started to fill it up n the water started goin to one side so it wudnt go up proper

you couldnt have fill it properly....our area was fairly flat, about 1/2 ft slope between 2 ends but was fine
#24
royals
csiman1 person likes this
it would cost me £15 in water to fill this up! oO


glad im not metered


Maybe but we save over £30 a month from being metered and thats with a 2 year old and a 4 year old in the house
#25
Absolute bargain. You could get one of the smaller paddling pool types for this price. Thanks OP just ordered for next summer. Luckily i live in the centre of the midlands !
1 Like #27
royals
draper3000
glad its popular....could'nt get it myself. One because out of delivery area and 2 cause my Mrs will no doubt tell me off for spending money on "another amazing bargain". Not that she wears the trousers of course.


maybe has a point...ive stopped buing stuff unless i need it and im clearing out stuff i dont need/use

anyway, tell her to stop moaning about trivial things


Right well I told her to stop moaning about trivial things, and I've ruined a perfectly good game of trivial pursuit!!! I hope your happy.



....


:-)
1 Like #28
There's a smaller 10 foot one here for £19.85 + £3.87 delivery

http://www.redsave.com/products/intex-10-ft-quick-up-paddling-pool-with-pump
#29
That's a great deal in its own right. Why not post it on here? Doesn't come with a ground sheet though or a cover I think? Cheap P&P too.
ionaming1 person likes this
There's a smaller 10 foot one here for £19.85 + £3.87 delivery http://www.redsave.com/products/intex-10-ft-quick-up-paddling-pool-with-pump
banned#30
Rich44
royals
csiman1 person likes this
it would cost me £15 in water to fill this up! oO
glad im not metered
Maybe but we save over £30 a month from being metered and thats with a 2 year old and a 4 year old in the house

obviously none of you wash regularly or brush your teeth, it is a well known fact that only single households can possibly make a saving from being on a water meter, there are 5 in my home, dread the day I get forced into having a water meter. enjoy your shared baths if that's what floats your boat!
#31
bulkomuff
Rich44
royals
csiman1 person likes this
it would cost me £15 in water to fill this up! oO
glad im not metered
Maybe but we save over £30 a month from being metered and thats with a 2 year old and a 4 year old in the house


obviously none of you wash regularly or brush your teeth, it is a well known fact that only single households can possibly make a saving from being on a water meter, there are 5 in my home, dread the day I get forced into having a water meter. enjoy your shared baths if that's what floats your boat!


not true, we are a family of 4, 2 young girls aged 2 and 4 and even with daily use of the bath we still only pay £20 a month for a 4 bed det.
#32
My parent's garden flooded when their next-door neighbours emptied one of these!
#33
Good price but its horrible lol.
#34
is it true that if you have one of these and the water company finds out, then you MUST have a water meter fitted?


or move to Scotland; we don't have water meters but aren't allowed the pool


we save over £30 a month from being metered


So you could fill this once a fortnight for free!
#35
got mine from costco last year for £15. thought it was a misprice!!!!!

turned out the misprice was the £179 from other places.

Dont get robbed!
#36
Damn, missed out! if anyone has bought one and has a change of heart pm me pls.

FAO the poster above (SoM^VipeR) can you please let me know where to get one for £15, think you're talking a load of tosh personally, but I would love for you to prove me wrong. Get me a new one from respected company @15ft with filter and I'll sort you a finders fee!

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