10ft Quick Up Paddling Pool £29.99 delivered Aldi (or buy instore from 15th June)
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10ft Quick Up Paddling Pool £29.99 delivered Aldi (or buy instore from 15th June)

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Found 12th Jun 2017
This 10ft Quick Up Paddling Pool is only £29.99 as part of Aldis 'Special Buys' this week. It's available instore on Thursday 15th, or you can buy it online now with FREE delivery (Dispatched 25th June)

It's set to be a nice weekend, and this will be ready to fill in just 10 minutes!

Features
  • A large spacious size of 10ft x 30 inches (approx)
  • Ready to fill in less than 10 mins (approx)
  • Outside ring to be pumped up with standard pump, and you're ready to fill (pump not included)
  • Easy drainage and storage
  • Durable material
  • 3-Ply laminated side walls ensure a high resistance to sun, abrasion and chemicals

All the 'Special Buys' in Aldi

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The Aldi special buys have been really good lately, last week we had an 8ft trampoline at £67.99, now this 10ft paddling pool for £29.99.
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2p cheaper here from an established brand bestway Groupon. Can probably get a discount code too.

These don't cope well unless your garden is completely flat. If you can spend a bit more and get one with a frame then do so

Edited by: "gb1999" 12th Jun 2017
We have an intex one and find it to be good. I don't know how the quality of this will compare though. I paid about £33 on Amazon. Be warned you will need a filter pump and a cover so that will more than double your outlay.
gb1999

2p cheaper here from an established brand bestway Groupon. Can probably … 2p cheaper here from an established brand bestway Groupon. Can probably get a discount code too. These don't cope well unless your garden is completely flat. If you can spend a bit more and get one with a frame then do so



​agree... frame ones aren't that much more but are much more stable and will generally last longer. also less water needed for same surface swimming area.
Bought it on sale last year at £9.99 from Aldi. Kids love it.
Can anyone recommend a frame one of the same size currently on sale that's similar in price?
MrSweeney

Can anyone recommend a frame one of the same size currently on sale … Can anyone recommend a frame one of the same size currently on sale that's similar in price?



you'll probably find ​a 10ft framed pool (so larger surface swimming area than a QuickUp) for about £60-70 most places. they'll generally come with a pump for that price but you'll need a heater too
If my maths is right it takes just over 1200 gallons of water! If you're on a water meter that will be expensive. 5.5m3 just under a tenner a shot by my reckoning.
Edited by: "CheapoChaser" 12th Jun 2017
OrribleHarry12th Jun

If my maths is right it takes just over 1200 gallons of water! If you're …If my maths is right it takes just over 1200 gallons of water! If you're on a water meter that will be expensive. 5.5m3 just under a tenner a shot by my reckoning.


Yes, because the cost of the water should be the main concern, not wasting it or owt.
Did anyone manage to get this instore yesterday? I went to 2 stores yesterday and neither store had it.
What filter pump and cover will fit this please?
I bought this and a Best Way 10 ft cover and then realised it's going to take up most of my garden. I guess I'll just put it in the garage and hope it comes in useful one day.
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