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Intex 12ft X 30in Metal Frame Pool set £70.00 + £7.95 del @ Tesco

£70.00 @ Tesco Direct
Enjoy the sun and relax in style with the Intex Metal Frame Pool set! Complete with a 220-240V 530gal filter pump, this raised metal-frame pool is perfect for keeping cool and enjoying the great outdo… Read More
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1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
Enjoy the sun and relax in style with the Intex Metal Frame Pool set! Complete with a 220-240V 530gal filter pump, this raised metal-frame pool is perfect for keeping cool and enjoying the great outdoors. Made of a puncture-resistant 3-ply material and featuring Hydro Aeration Technology, this Intex pool has improved circulation and filtration for increased water clarity.

When set-up, this Intex metal frame pool measures H77xDia.366cm.
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1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
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These pools are great!
Don't forget to budget for a cover, chlorine and a ladder if you have kids under the age of 6 who will struggle to get in and out putting strain on the frame. Heat from me, unlike the water which will be freezing!
#2
When does this deal expire anyone know please?
#3
Let's hope it's not an actual size fail :)

http://new2.fjcdn.com/pictures/Actual+size+fail_c646ad_3885230.jpg
#4
That's a lot of water - somewhere in the region of 7000 litres assuming you don't brim it.

For that you need to be looking at using chlorine and having some pH up, pH down and alkalinity booster to hand to keep the balance correct. Keeping it correct though means that you could keep the water for months as opposed to days.
#5
Sqsq
Let's hope it's not an actual size fail :)

http://new2.fjcdn.com/pictures/Actual+size+fail_c646ad_3885230.jpg


Those pics really annoy me. All of them do it and it's clearly a photoshopped or super imposed pic. Deliberate misleading of the actual size. If you're going to have people in the pic to give it some scale or context then just have someone stood in it so the consumer knows exactly what they are getting
#6
At £38 per fill up for the water you need to keep it in there for a while so really need to condition the water which means you need more than just the pool.
#7
Ohverydear
At £38 per fill up for the water you need to keep it in there for a while so really need to condition the water which means you need more than just the pool.

I'd be looking for some sort of cover to keep the 'heat' in the water overnight - bubblewrap would be fine but could possibly blow away. My main concern would be to keep the water clear for a few months is going to cost a lot in chemicals, I'd estimate in the region of 1kg of chlorine alone a week, never mind keeping the pH and alkalinity in check.
#8
That's summer over then!!
#9
I had a 15ft steel frame pool with ladders, Hoover,filter pump and heater.
Ph strips to check every morning whilst hovering out and chlorine.
It was a pain, but the fun we had jumping off the fence (deep enough to dive in) was worth all the hassle.
A hoover is a must!

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