15ft Metal Frame Pool £116.99 @ Studio24
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15ft Metal Frame Pool £116.99 @ Studio24

£116.99Studio Deals
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Found 23rd Apr 2013
Just came across this Pool on clearance - Reduced from £329.99 to £129.99. Add Code 048 to get a further 10% off. Comes to £116.99. Code also gives you free delivery however I haven't ordered yet so can't confirm this.

Cheapest I found elsewhere was £250! Has been posted on here in the past for £150 so an even better deal. Plus Metal Framed so likely to be long lasting in comparison to the inflatable pools.

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Good find for those 3 warm days we usually get in summer.
Could be useful for the outlaws in southern France though, save them digging a big hole in their garden, thanks.

Bargain.

i bought one at this price and it arrived last week is a great price as u get the pool, pool cover, ladder,pump and a cleaning kit!
just waiting for some sun so can set it all up!

Looks a great price but what is the depth, 36" or 48" deep?

Yep just looking what is the depth please

my 3 yr old would love this

Great find!!!!!!!

link is wrong item goes to lanterns !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

By the time you fill this up on the one sunny day we have this year it will be winter again ha ha. Still hot though!

Not great for the UK, as you wont get much use, also a pain to get up and take down, and a pain to clean.
And just think when you want to empty it, where does all that water go! lol. Have it near a drain!

Also good for potential You've been framed submissions when it breaks, so keep a camcorder handy to get your £250 cashback!

That picture is misleading like they always are with these pools. They either photoshop them or use midgets.

Looking about 20400 litres to fill up, southern water charge £1.17 per cubic meter of water which is about 1000 litres so to fill up expect to pay about 25 quid.

In the states the local fire department can sometimes full up your pool for free providing they can use it should there be a fire in the vicinity.

There we go.

Edited by: "Robiow" 23rd Apr 2013

We had one like this for a summer before, was a nice novelty but not really worth the effort tbh.

Does the pump heat the water at all? I appreciate it's big so you wont get it hot but just to take the freezing chill off! (and stop freezing which can damage the material). Cheers good find!

Great price, heat added!

I am trying to order and have to register as a new customer, which takes me through a credit application process. How do you just order and pay for this normally?

Robiow

Looking about 20400 litres to fill up, southern water charge £1.17 per … Looking about 20400 litres to fill up, southern water charge £1.17 per cubic meter of water which is about 1000 litres so to fill up expect to pay about 25 quid.In the states the local fire department can sometimes full up your pool for free providing they can use it should there be a fire in the vicinity. There we go.



Add the waste water charge at £2.198 per cubic meter also, charged a 92.5% of what you use ! Making that near £60ish to fill under Southern water oO

OnPoint

Add the waste water charge at £2.198 per cubic meter also, charged a … Add the waste water charge at £2.198 per cubic meter also, charged a 92.5% of what you use ! Making that near £60ish to fill under Southern water oO


Ask a neighbour who isn't on a water meter!

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Ask a neighbour who isn't on a water meter!



We are all on meters , Southern water are working their way around all the properties they serve. Ours went in 2 months ago, no choice

Its an excellent price so heat for that. I got one like this a few years ago, it was a nightmare. Difficult to get it level so the water kept falling out. Plus it was always really really cold, kept it up all summer (and it was quite a good summer that year) it never really warmed up at all. Also quite costly in terms of the pool cleaning stuff. It was great fun every time the water fell out, my whole garden flooded and washed all my plants away!!!

OnPoint

We are all on meters , Southern water are working their way around all … We are all on meters , Southern water are working their way around all the properties they serve. Ours went in 2 months ago, no choice


Glad to hear that's finally happening.

We bought one for our property in Brittany and using an agricultural water supply (farmhouse) it took whole day and a half to fill.
Fun part is getting the water out without destroying things - a neighbour at the end of the road had one of their kids lean on the side of theirs and the side gave way smashing their conservatory.
Not wanting to wipe out any nearby gardens I used many lengths of guttering down to the road and waited and waited .... it took hours to empty
Just a warning, the water inside is VERY heavy and can do a lot of damage.

-Scoob

Great price , heat added
How many days of Sun are we going to get though
If our summers were longer id buy one
Also no water metre here
But my neighbours are
Guess who's hose my elderly neighbours use the for there garden and washing the car ;-)

Oh and I forgot to add that it took a whole day beforehand preparing the ground (may have been 2).
A) it has to be flat and very level - this is quite important, we had to remove the turf rake all the stones out and level off.
B) You will need plenty of sand laid before you put the pool up as any stones that are still near the surface may show through with 20400 litres of water on top (1 litre = 1 KG) so pretty heavy! - you don't want junior busting a hole in the bottom and starting a tsunami.

-Scoob

Good price, but we could never add enough heat to make these usable except by those strange, brave, souls who break the ice to go swimming in the serpentine.
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