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Bestway 10ft Fast Set Pool Including Filter Pump £39.99 delivered @ Very
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Bestway 10ft Fast Set Pool Including Filter Pump £39.99 delivered @ Very

£39.99£48.9418%Very Deals
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Cheapest way to get this set up at the moment, including delivery. It's a good size at 10ft and includes the filter pump. Can't see it cheaper by buying as individual items either, works out about £10 more that way. So this way, is the Bestway (sorry... a bit )

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With a diameter of 10 foot, there's enough room for the family and any friends you want to invite over too!

This deluxe paddling pool is made of high-quality, durable material, with 3 layers in the side walls, so it's built to take all the splashing about your kids can dish out!

It's a simple job to get it up and running – just inflate the top ring, then insert your hose and let the water do the work. The 10ft fast set pool comes with a filter pump, while a flow control valve ensures easy draining when the fun is finally over.

Useful info:

  • Assembled size: H 76, D 305 cm
  • Filter pump included
  • Handy drain plug
  • Heavy duty 3 ply side wall
  • Holds up to 3,638 litres
  • 10ft Fast Set paddling pool
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OoEliteoO15/07/2019 17:07

If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company …If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company any order never goes swimmingly so I think this deal is sunk . (Sorry to be a damp squid )


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Great price...tempting but will we get enough of the nice weather to use it
If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company any order never goes swimmingly so I think this deal is sunk . (Sorry to be a damp squid )
What is the discount for amazon prime customers?
Great price but don`t waste your money on this unless you intend to skip it after use. Nighmare to deflate / clean out, also has to be on perfectly level ground and even then can lean to one side. I paid bit extra for the framed one this year and worth every penny. So much easier to maintain and put away. Set it on the rubber mats from halfords offer few weeks ago!
Hi,can get the same one in the range for £35.00
Rolefitleader15/07/2019 18:11

Hi,can get the same one in the range for £35.00


The one in the range is 8ft I believe the 10ft one is £59.99
Hi,was in the range shop the other day ,and look at this model in the 10ft with pump down from £50.00 to £35.00 . hope this help
Hi ,this is it. you might possibly still find some in store
Edited by: "Rolefitleader" 15th Jul
OoEliteoO15/07/2019 17:07

If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company …If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company any order never goes swimmingly so I think this deal is sunk . (Sorry to be a damp squid )


Never had a problem and ordered hog loads of things over the years. I'd recommend them
OoEliteoO15/07/2019 17:07

If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company …If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company any order never goes swimmingly so I think this deal is sunk . (Sorry to be a damp squid )


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Sure this was £20 last week
OoEliteoO15/07/2019 17:07

If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company …If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company any order never goes swimmingly so I think this deal is sunk . (Sorry to be a damp squid )


It's "damp squib", not squid. Damp squid makes no sense whatsoever, yet people always seem to say it, along with "tender hooks" instead of tenterhooks, which also makes no sense.
I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks so different to the photo for me.
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Ive always wondered how long it would take to fill one of these.
baldy6925/07/2019 10:11

I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks …I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks so different to the photo for me.[Image]


Surely that just needs a bit more air in?
I keep pumping it up, I think it's got a puncture. Plus however much I fill it with water it seems to go a bit more sideways then tall. I think it might be that the ground is uneven although it doesn't look like it is.
It is still a lot of fun for my daughter, I just can't seem to get it quite right.
Edited by: "baldy69" 25th Jul
Nothing wrong with very been using then for ten years never had a problem and I'm always returning things
baldy6925/07/2019 10:11

I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks …I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks so different to the photo for me.[Image]


it looks like you haven't put enough air in and your patio isn't level
OoEliteoO15/07/2019 17:07

If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company …If this was amazon I would dive right in but very is a horrible company any order never goes swimmingly so I think this deal is sunk . (Sorry to be a damp squid )

Some good punnage there, but the grammar Nazis will be after you.
Edited by: "Chojiin" 25th Jul
baldy6925/07/2019 10:11

I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks …I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks so different to the photo for me.[Image]


Is it on the wonk?
baldy6925/07/2019 10:11

I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks …I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks so different to the photo for me.[Image]


It needs to be on level ground, that is nowhere near level based on that photo & the slope of the pool.

If you're sure it's got a puncture (I just leave the pump running on mine for ten minutes until its 95% inflated then use the standing manual pump to do the last bit & get it really taut, but it does seem like forever & seems like it isn't going up for ages) then cover it in washing up liquid & leave the pump running & look for the bubbles. Then repair the hole, obviously.
baldy6925/07/2019 10:11

I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks …I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks so different to the photo for me.[Image]


Yep see your problem there is 6 people in the one in the photo and yours hasn’t got anyone in it, that’s the difference
I think it definitely must be a little bit wonky, thank you everybody for your help. I will try and repair it and when I empty it move it somewhere a little bit less wonky if possible.
Does anyone know how easy it is to bypass a water meter ?...
deal14me25/07/2019 11:14

Does anyone know how easy it is to bypass a water meter ?...


Yes



Use nexts doors outside tap when they are out
baldy6925/07/2019 10:11

I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks …I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks so different to the photo for me.[Image]


Really good representation of how I look in this 'heat'
Just bought this the other day from Very while on offer, paid over the phone, hassel free and they waved the deljveru cost. Happy days now all set up. Iv had the 8ft before and what was great can take some much from thr kids hitting and playing in it
baldy6925/07/2019 10:38

I keep pumping it up, I think it's got a puncture. Plus however much I …I keep pumping it up, I think it's got a puncture. Plus however much I fill it with water it seems to go a bit more sideways then tall. I think it might be that the ground is uneven although it doesn't look like it is.It is still a lot of fun for my daughter, I just can't seem to get it quite right.


how do you heat the water in it?
Sure I seen some in the range for£18 the other day.
I've got something similar off Very. Fine for a one off use, which I dont think you can complain at for the discounted price...
diddlypockets25/07/2019 11:45

how do you heat the water in it?


It's a mere 849 trips to the kitchen and back with the kettle.
Hilarious how all the pools are photoshopped this time of year. Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, Bestway. All fake photos!
Im pretty sure this is the same one i bought from Wilkinsons (Norwich) for £20 a couple of days ago (reduced from £25)
scorryuk15/07/2019 18:04

Great price but don`t waste your money on this unless you intend to skip …Great price but don`t waste your money on this unless you intend to skip it after use. Nighmare to deflate / clean out, also has to be on perfectly level ground and even then can lean to one side. I paid bit extra for the framed one this year and worth every penny. So much easier to maintain and put away. Set it on the rubber mats from halfords offer few weeks ago!


Could you provide details on these mats
Got mine from the range for £34.99

It’s fine, pretty relaxing lol

Also got the chlorine floater and tablets for £15.99 from amazon

Small Dispenser with 10 Ultimate... Small Dispenser with 10 Ultimate Chlorine Tablets 20g PLUS FREE TEST STRIPS amazon.co.uk/dp/…VPT (now showing as £17.99)
Edited by: "shipton1" 25th Jul
diddlypockets25/07/2019 11:45

how do you heat the water in it?


Solar power...

I just let the sun do it. It's actually the perfect temperature in there right now. It was put up yesterday
OOS again and price is £69.99
Edited by: "postyn17" 25th Jul
PeteW25/07/2019 11:48

It's a mere 849 trips to the kitchen and back with the kettle.


I connect my hose to the shower, nice and warm!
baldy6925/07/2019 10:11

I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks …I put this up in my garden yesterday, and I find it amusing how it looks so different to the photo for me.[Image]

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That’s how it should look
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