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Kids Paddling Pool - £1.00 @ Poundland

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
The kids will love this paddling pool for the garden this Summer! Amazing Value at just £1!
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#1
Pah... we got ours for 70p

(only joking, well worth it for the 2/3 times they ever get used :p)
#2
thanks
MrHot
Pah... we got ours for 70p

(only joking, well worth it for the 2/3 times they ever get used :p)
4 Likes #3
Useful for keeping the beers cold! :)
#4
never thought about that X)
andyjv
Useful for keeping the beers cold! :)
#5
I'm guessing the holes will start appearing before anyone even gets in it. xD
#6
I bet its the size of a large dinner plate.
1 Like #7
your dinner plate must be big :p
NUMBER8GAMESTER
I bet its the size of a large dinner plate.
#8
bought one of these a few years ago,filled it and left it out in the garden during the better weather..my two dogs loved it,apart from cooling themself down when they wanted to,they also had loads of water to drink from it lol...heat added
#9
gonna have to get one of these! X)
#10
Got one last year for my baby grandaughter, it was a perfect size for a very small child (1year).
#11
Only really suitable for a baby / toddler as above - too small for a 2/3 year old but good price - heat added
#12
One for the beers - on for the feet - BBQ - bit of summertime choons ... can not grumble! I shall potter down there tomorrow - cheers!
#13
juicyjackie
One for the beers - on for the feet - BBQ - bit of summertime choons ... can not grumble! I shall potter down there tomorrow - cheers!



Put the beer in the fridge.
#14
shakeyjake66
juicyjackie
One for the beers - on for the feet - BBQ - bit of summertime choons ... can not grumble! I shall potter down there tomorrow - cheers!



Put the beer in the fridge.


Shakey has a point. XD

Just have 'em in the fridge and take one out at a time. Unless there's a ton of people then I don't see why not.
#15
oooohh my BBQ's ..... lots of people .... bikinis ...... tequilla shots ...... as long as its cold and accessible then we are happy party people!
#16
Yeah check the size I brought two last year to keep for this year when I openend them in the recent hot weather they were diddy.... Couldn't. Even get a baby in it let alone a child -- so just check the size the picture is mis-leafing
#17
Yeh check the size, we got one for my nephew and he could hardly fit in it sitting down. Very titchy
1 Like #18
We decided to get a paddling pool like this to use as a sort of travel playpen, when we went on a log cabin holiday in the woods years ago.Our son had just started crawling then, and it turned out to be a really good idea, keeping him safe from exploring too far, and keeping all his toys in one place, and clean! if we were busy cooking or something.
Not sure what size these Poundland ones are, but ours was only about 1.2m diameter, but cost about £6.99, so great price at a £1, hot!
#19
In the pic it looks like its full of wee
#20
JJ Lamour
In the pic it looks like its full of wee

Blimey... what do you drink? Antifreeze?
#21
JJ Lamour
In the pic it looks like its full of wee
That's because water is transparent.
#22
Sweet, I need to clear the pond and this will do for the fish :)
#23
They make very good sand pits, I get one every year!
#24
Bought 2, one as a little sandpit for inside the house to play imaginext space and one outside with water to fill up the water pistols etc..
#25
Bah, can't find them in Stafford.
[helper]#26
Why has this got so hot when from other comments it seems to be too small for a child to fit in?
#27
£4 for 100 balls from Asda - and you have yourself a cheap ball pit.

100 doesn't go very far though - we have 200 and it hardly fills a single layer!

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