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Round Frame Pool - 10ft - White - now £74.99 @ Argos

£74.99 @ Argos
Reduced from £149 includes pump & cover .... Bargain Product description / spec Make the most of summer with this great round frame pool. It's spacious enough for the whole family to cool dow… Read More
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2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago
Reduced from £149 includes pump & cover .... Bargain

Product description / spec

Make the most of summer with this great round frame pool. It's spacious enough for the whole family to cool down in. You can give your party or barbecues a real wow factor as you unwind in this fun garden pool.

Fill with water and play with toys and balls

Capacity 4163 litres.
Repair kit.
Protective cover.
Filter pump.
Size L305, W305, D76cm.
Weight 7800g.
For ages 6 years and over.
EAN: 3653203.

WARNING(S):

Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
Only to be used in water where the child is within its depth and under adult supervision.
Contains fragrances that may cause allergies.

Additional Information

* Please note item 3653203 has previously been on sale at 129.99.

Prices correct as displayed but are subject to change

- montana78
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1 Like #1
Thanks for posting, further information, price, retailer, direct link and image added :)
#2
love it
#3
would this not ruin the lawn if its on for 2-3 weeks?
1 Like #4
Shame we have a water meter...heat
#5
Shame we have a water meter...heat
#6
need a heater with this size I reckon
#7
bought this last month for £129 :(
#8
tonih89
bought this last month for £129 :(


Oh no way :-(
#9
Montana regardless of what pool you have on your lawn it will kill the lawn weather it's 10 ft or 2 ft so the idea is to put them on a paved area if your a green fingers :)
#10
can anyone find this in stock?
#11
Waltzer
can anyone find this in stock?

None by me but that's no unusual for an argos deal...
#12
bought this last week....great but.

Definitely need a heater with it though....decent 3kw one costs around £200. You’ll also need chemicals and maintenance kit.

We bought a solar cover too to help keep the heat in the pool.

So, just a note to really say....great pool and price....but this is the cheapest part of owing an above ground pool.

You'll need to spend time and money maintaining this.

Well worth it though.
#13
Got one of these yesterday local, very little stock around the country though

Hot for the price.

To find stock local with your postcode google (I check stock Argos) and the item number is - 365/3203

reserve it before they go




Edited By: Yiddo4life on Jul 26, 2014 13:17
#14
What are you using for filtration the pool comes with pump but no chlorine tablets?

Price seem high all from US on Ebay

At this price I can switch pumps/filtration etc but I know very little about pools.

Pretty pleased though I have this on my outside decking, was initially worried about the weight but built the deck myself and stuck to the 400mm joist spacings and proper fixings - joist hangers and coach bolts. We had a huge drop from the patio doors to the garden which was unsafe for a toddler at the time. The previous owners had full size kerb stones on edge from the house as steps into the most uneven patio ever. After digging it all out the deck was raised on the frame with block supports concreted into the ground at 600mm spacings from memory, and these laser levelled with a small slope away from the house - cannot remember the slope required but religiously followed recommendations. Looks awesome almost 7 years on with the grass lawn meeting level to the deck with a patio stone surround to help with mowing so the deck isn't damaged. With almost 3 tonne of water I was frantically calculating. Deck is fine, now holds a 10ft sq pool and 10ft sq summerhouse. If it does go pop some time at least it has plenty of space underneath to run off and is sloped away from the house.
#15
Cool story
#16
Yiddo4life
What are you using for filtration the pool comes with pump but no chlorine tablets?

Price seem high all from US on Ebay

At this price I can switch pumps/filtration etc but I know very little about pools.

Pretty pleased though I have this on my outside decking, was initially worried about the weight but built the deck myself and stuck to the 400mm joist spacings and proper fixings - joist hangers and coach bolts. We had a huge drop from the patio doors to the garden which was unsafe for a toddler at the time. The previous owners had full size kerb stones on edge from the house as steps into the most uneven patio ever. After digging it all out the deck was raised on the frame with block supports concreted into the ground at 600mm spacings from memory, and these laser levelled with a small slope away from the house - cannot remember the slope required but religiously followed recommendations. Looks awesome almost 7 years on with the grass lawn meeting level to the deck with a patio stone surround to help with mowing so the deck isn't damaged. With almost 3 tonne of water I was frantically calculating. Deck is fine, now holds a 10ft sq pool and 10ft sq summerhouse. If it does go pop some time at least it has plenty of space underneath to run off and is sloped away from the house.

this will be a good start:

http://www.worldofpools.com/swimming-pool-chemical-starter-kit-details.htm
#17
I want one but it'd fill my entire garden I think my dog and rabbits might have something to say about it!
#18
I've been checking for stock within 30 miles for 3 weeks. Do these argos deals really exist?

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