Asda Rectangular Paddling Pool £8.00 Instore or add £2.95 for home delivery (sadly not on click&collect) - HotUKDeals
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Seems a reasonable price to me. Good reviews. Lets hope we get that promised sunshine this weekend :)
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#1
Ah sorry folks, just went to order mine and is only available for delivery at £2.95 - no click & collect available on this item :( Will amend the title and watch it go cold.....haha!
#2
Saw in store last night for £10.
#3
Still good price
#4
happi
Saw in store last night for £10.

They have 20% of garden toys now....not sure when this started? May have scanned at £8? Seems good price but I do hate paying for delivery!!!
1 Like #5
Saw these in Slough store for £8. Might be worth checking instore before paying £2.95 delivery.
#6
£10 instore at broadstairs asda but still a good price
#7
what size is it?
#8
As someone who recently had to blow one these swine's up, my advice would be say goodbye to the use of your jaw for the remainder of the say. The instructions make note that you can use a car pump but the valves seemingly wouldn't accept whatever I had to hand.

Be afraid, be very afraid.
#9
Shivaun85
what size is it?

From description - "At over 2 metres long and 46 cm deep, with a huge 420 litre water capacity, this is no tiny paddler..."
#10
toaster05
As someone who recently had to blow one these swine's up, my advice would be say goodbye to the use of your jaw for the remainder of the say. The instructions make note that you can use a car pump but the valves seemingly wouldn't accept whatever I had to hand.

Be afraid, be very afraid.

Lol, cant imagine even attempting to blow it up with my lungs oO
#11
Is this full size?
#12
I bought this last weekend for my daughter for £10. I thought we had a pump in the shed but no! I ended up blowing it up myself which took around half an hour resulting in me collapsed on the grass with my pjs on still,looking worse for wear!

It is a good size,filled it up early as it was nice and sunny. Nipped out for half hour and my daughter was desperate to use it when we got back but it then went very cloudy and dull,she was lucky she used it for 20 mins.


Edited By: takethatfan1978 on Jul 21, 2014 22:26
#13
Crasky
Is this full size?

As in swimming pool size,paddling pool sized? What do you class as full sized?
#14
Used ours today... Seems good value for £10
#15
Bought one for £10 a few weeks ago, decent pool for the money, kids love it.
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Jason Manfield will not be happy this dropped in price!
#17
Blow up using a hairdryer on cold setting with half a drinks bottle attached to make a nozzle. Use the deflate valves which need to have the stoppers removed first. There is a video on YouTube that shows you how. I blew mine up in seconds like this. Great pool but make sure it's on a level surface or it warps.

Edited By: bec1978 on Jul 22, 2014 08:44: typo
#18
These are worth the money I bought one of these 5 years ago for £10 from asda and it's still going strong, but it's worth investing in a electric pump for less than £10 in tesco blows them up in less than 15 mins
#19
These are great for a tenner - even better for £8. Definately invest in a pump (and don't use an air compressor!) It's more than big enough - have had both kids (4 and 1yo) and myself and there's more than enough room...just remember to use your nieghbours hose if you are on a water meter!!!
#20
keep telling my kid im going to get her a pool and she keps asking so i've bit the bullet and got one. cant complain for a tenner
#21
still 10 in my local asda.
#22
20% off garden toys has ended now....back up to £10 so I have expired
#23
best pool iv ever bought- sure I paid £10 but hey ho.
myself and 2 kids and play in this nicely :)

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