Tesco 12ft Quick Up Pool with Pump & Cover £ 54.97 With code delivered tesco direct - HotUKDeals
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Catalog price is 59.97
Use Code : TD-P47F for £10 off
Delivery is £5
I would personally add a £5.49 mobile and then the delivery is free, thus getting a phone for 49p.

TESCO 12ft QUICK UP POOL Just inflate the top chamber and then fill with water for a quick and convenient pool set up. This pool is 12' (365cm) in diameter when ready and up to 2.5' (75cm) high when fully inflated, holding up to 6,057 litres. Age group 6yrs+
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#1
but the eight foot is only £15.....why so expensive???
#2
wendyak
but the eight foot is only £15.....why so expensive???


Yea I agree the 8 foot is a great deal. Maybe someone who just wants the extra 4 foot with the pump and cover included.
I bought the 8 foot one last year it was great!
#3
wendyak
but the eight foot is only £15.....why so expensive???


This 12ft pool will have more than twice the surface area of an 8ft pool (113sq ft compared to 50sq ft) so you'll have a LOT more 'swimming' room.

If you're going to leave it up you really need a cover and probably the pump - it would also be worth investing in one of those floating heat-absorbing covers too... ...even an 8ft pool is too big to put up and down regularly...

It may be a bit pricey - I know there was a deal for a 10ft pool with a pump but no cover at around £30 a while back and a deal for 12ft pool at £50 from Amazon.

From some of the review comments even small kids may find it too shallow to do any swimming - so I'd suggest folks seriously consider the water depth they need before buying.
#4
what a waste of water IMHO. would it not be cheaper to take the kids to a proper pool, where they can actually have fun (slides, flume, dive, toys or to just swim). This is an awful lot of water used to jus flap your arms around in, but thats just my opinion.
#5
yasmo10
what a waste of water IMHO. would it not be cheaper to take the kids to a proper pool, where they can actually have fun (slides, flume, dive, toys or to just swim). This is an awful lot of water used to jus flap your arms around in, but thats just my opinion.


Seems more like a 'cheap' jacuzzi if you've got the kids blowing off in the water, whilst they sit there, unable to actually swim

Ecoupon £5 off was from newspapers, expires 28th May
#6
Perfect for when we get three months of 30C summer days - so an expensive waste of money and water if you're in the UK then!

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