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Bestway 10ft round Quick Up pool set including cover and repair kit (3638 Litres) for £63.95 delivered @ Argos
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Bestway 10ft round Quick Up pool set including cover and repair kit (3638 Litres) for £63.95 delivered @ Argos

£63.95£72.9812%Argos Deals
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Posted 7th May
Cracking price for a 10 foot pool, including a cover to keep the warmth in overnight, a filter pump to get the water in and out, and a repair kit should anything go awry. The only thing it doesn't come with is an air pump, but you can pick them up cheaply.

Only £60 plus the Argos postage of £3.49, so £63.49 in total. Seems like a steal to me. The earliest delivery I could get is Friday 7-11pm, and then after the weekend.


"The 10 foot quick up pool would make a great addition to your garden. When the sun is shining, kick back and relax in this plush pool. It's great outdoor fun for the kids and comes complete with a pump and a cover.

Instructions included.

Drain plug."


Details
  • Capacity 3638 litres.
  • Approximate time to inflate: 2 minutes.
  • Repair kit.
  • Protective cover.
  • Filter pump.
  • Size L305, W305, D76cm.
  • Weight 7750g.
  • Minimal assembly.
  • For ages 6 years and over.
  • Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.


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



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adeserrano07/05/2020 10:35

Where did you get the heater from? Got this pool a few weeks back but … Where did you get the heater from? Got this pool a few weeks back but need the heater


We made this up works like a solar panel very easy to make black hose few connectors dirty water pump will save you a lot of money on heating
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Edited by: "fruitloop2" 7th May
andymal7807/05/2020 09:45

Great pool but you need a heat pump heater with this to make it bareable …Great pool but you need a heat pump heater with this to make it bareable which will set you back £350 and a stronger pump for around £50


Water does eventually warm up in the sun... in August.
Edited by: "Akira_Cat" 7th May
deleted249280607/05/2020 13:54

Looks okay but doesn't seem like it would last long. Long nails and this …Looks okay but doesn't seem like it would last long. Long nails and this will leak.


Best not to nail it down
DrRocket07/05/2020 14:10

To fill it would cost £5.56 based on average UK household water prices


Or £1,716.99 if you wanted to fill it with Evian.
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Great pool but you need a heat pump heater with this to make it bareable which will set you back £350 and a stronger pump for around £50
andymal7807/05/2020 09:45

Great pool but you need a heat pump heater with this to make it bareable …Great pool but you need a heat pump heater with this to make it bareable which will set you back £350 and a stronger pump for around £50


Water does eventually warm up in the sun... in August.
Edited by: "Akira_Cat" 7th May
Akira_Cat07/05/2020 09:47

Water does eventually warm up in the sun... in August.


And then watch the algea grow LOL, those cartridge filter pumps are naff, better of with a sand filter.
Edited by: "paulj48" 7th May
A good price for this, but as I said in the post for the 12ft pool earlier...You need absolutely flat ground for these pools, or the sides will capsize, and send the occupants down the garden in a sea of water! Appart from the power/pump and chlorine costs, please also concider the cost of filling it (and emptying it). This will require 3,636 litres of water, and if you don'y use a chlorine pack, it will go green quite quickly, and need refilling regularly!
Edited by: "Bestbitter" 21st May
Bestbitter07/05/2020 10:02

A good price for this, but as I said in the post for the 12ft pool …A good price for this, but as I said in the post for the 12ft pool earlier...You need absolutely flat ground for these pools, or the sides will capsize, and send the occupants down the garden in a sea of water! Appart from the power/pump and chlorine costs, please also concider the cost of filling it. This will require 3,636 litres of water, and if you don'y use a chlorine pack, it will go green quite quickly, and need refilling regularly!


All good advice. Although, you can get chlorine or bromine tablets quite cheaply to keep it clean. Plus the cover should keep out the creepy crawlies.
My kids haven’t been out of this since I got it a few weeks ago. I did order the heater a few days later but at £10 a day in electric to run I had to send it back, can’t afford that extra on my bill. Resorted to emptying some water back out daily and refilling with hot water tap.
Absolutely agree that you need flat ground, I made that mistake first time and the pool emptied itself
louiseingham92707/05/2020 10:25

My kids haven’t been out of this since I got it a few weeks ago. I did o …My kids haven’t been out of this since I got it a few weeks ago. I did order the heater a few days later but at £10 a day in electric to run I had to send it back, can’t afford that extra on my bill. Resorted to emptying some water back out daily and refilling with hot water tap. Absolutely agree that you need flat ground, I made that mistake first time and the pool emptied itself


Where did you get the heater from? Got this pool a few weeks back but need the heater
adeserrano07/05/2020 10:35

Where did you get the heater from? Got this pool a few weeks back but … Where did you get the heater from? Got this pool a few weeks back but need the heater


Don't get the best way one, you need a stronger pump and get a heat pump heater. Will cost more short term but saves £100s in electric bills
Save your money and get a Lay-z-Spa! Heat, bubbles and all year round fun!
I got the best way one from amazon, the reviews were mixed but thought I’d take a punt. It takes ages to heat only and at £10 a day, not viable for me.
louiseingham92707/05/2020 10:39

I got the best way one from amazon, the reviews were mixed but thought I’d …I got the best way one from amazon, the reviews were mixed but thought I’d take a punt. It takes ages to heat only and at £10 a day, not viable for me.


The hot splash heat pump works much better and is very energy efficient
Thank you, I’ll take a look at how much that is to purchase.
cloudsteve07/05/2020 10:38

Save your money and get a Lay-z-Spa! Heat, bubbles and all year round fun!


My kids have the hot tub and the partners house and prefer the pool as it’s bigger and they can use floats etc. The bubbles annoy them.
Argos restock your gym equipment asap
RE heating a pool, much better off buying shorty wetsuits for your kids at £10/15 each, plus they get sun protection, and less sun cream going in your pool.
cloudsteve07/05/2020 10:38

Save your money and get a Lay-z-Spa! Heat, bubbles and all year round fun!


Try finding a Lay Z Spa at the moment that won't set you back less than a grand. Sold out everywhere!
Next door set one like this up 2 weeks ago not used it yet as far as I know, takes up most of their garden lol and the size of the pump we'll I had a larger one on a 60 ltr fish tank.
Bestbitter07/05/2020 10:02

A good price for this, but as I said in the post for the 12ft pool …A good price for this, but as I said in the post for the 12ft pool earlier...You need absolutely flat ground for these pools, or the sides will capsize, and send the occupants down the garden in a sea of water! Appart from the power/pump and chlorine costs, please also concider the cost of filling it. This will require 3,636 litres of water, and if you don'y use a chlorine pack, it will go green quite quickly, and need refilling regularly!


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adeserrano07/05/2020 10:35

Where did you get the heater from? Got this pool a few weeks back but … Where did you get the heater from? Got this pool a few weeks back but need the heater


We made this up works like a solar panel very easy to make black hose few connectors dirty water pump will save you a lot of money on heating
40667523-zf7Ip.jpg
Edited by: "fruitloop2" 7th May
The_Hoff07/05/2020 11:07

RE heating a pool, much better off buying shorty wetsuits for your kids at …RE heating a pool, much better off buying shorty wetsuits for your kids at £10/15 each, plus they get sun protection, and less sun cream going in your pool.


Not a bad idea at all
Looks okay but doesn't seem like it would last long. Long nails and this will leak.
Anyway of using a lazy spa pump with one of these??
deleted249280607/05/2020 13:54

Looks okay but doesn't seem like it would last long. Long nails and this …Looks okay but doesn't seem like it would last long. Long nails and this will leak.


Best not to nail it down
Heat
Bestbitter07/05/2020 10:02

A good price for this, but as I said in the post for the 12ft pool …A good price for this, but as I said in the post for the 12ft pool earlier...You need absolutely flat ground for these pools, or the sides will capsize, and send the occupants down the garden in a sea of water! Appart from the power/pump and chlorine costs, please also concider the cost of filling it. This will require 3,636 litres of water, and if you don'y use a chlorine pack, it will go green quite quickly, and need refilling regularly!


To fill it would cost £5.56 based on average UK household water prices
DrRocket07/05/2020 14:10

To fill it would cost £5.56 based on average UK household water prices


Or free, if next door neighbours who aren't on a water meter, don't notice
DrRocket07/05/2020 14:10

To fill it would cost £5.56 based on average UK household water prices


You only have to fill it a few times per summer with the correct chlorine kit. It has a filter pump, and a cover.
DrRocket07/05/2020 14:10

To fill it would cost £5.56 based on average UK household water prices


Or £1,716.99 if you wanted to fill it with Evian.
Akira_Cat07/05/2020 14:42

You only have to fill it a few times per summer with the correct chlorine …You only have to fill it a few times per summer with the correct chlorine kit. It has a filter pump, and a cover.


Cheaper than a single adult swim at local baths, which you cant do at the moment anyways
andymal7807/05/2020 10:37

Don't get the best way one, you need a stronger pump and get a heat pump …Don't get the best way one, you need a stronger pump and get a heat pump heater. Will cost more short term but saves £100s in electric bills


Completely agree, just sold my bestway heater as although on sunny days my solar panels allow it to run for free it bearly warms the pool over a few hours, so needs to be left on for days at a time, something im not doing overnight

Awaiting delivery of the hotsplash which I'll leave on permanently till about september
djames10807/05/2020 14:58

Completely agree, just sold my bestway heater as although on sunny days my …Completely agree, just sold my bestway heater as although on sunny days my solar panels allow it to run for free it bearly warms the pool over a few hours, so needs to be left on for days at a time, something im not doing overnightAwaiting delivery of the hotsplash which I'll leave on permanently till about september


Got mine 2 days ago doesn't work under 10c but pool temp is already 24 today, expecting up to 27. I have a solar cover as well
Out of curiosity, how/where are you supposed to empty these
villagern07/05/2020 15:05

Out of curiosity, how/where are you supposed to empty these


Pump it into drain
andymal7807/05/2020 15:01

Got mine 2 days ago doesn't work under 10c but pool temp is already 24 …Got mine 2 days ago doesn't work under 10c but pool temp is already 24 today, expecting up to 27. I have a solar cover as well


I thought it was 15c but maybe i misread, should be consistently above that now anyway so no bother.

I created my own cover with a roll of silver bubble wrap stuff i had for the loft, wont allow the sun to heat the pool but should do a decent job of keeping the heat in

Had also looked at the nano reversible pump as that works down to -5
Edited by: "djames108" 7th May
andymal7807/05/2020 09:45

Great pool but you need a heat pump heater with this to make it bareable …Great pool but you need a heat pump heater with this to make it bareable which will set you back £350 and a stronger pump for around £50


Does the heat pump heater give your more heat per £ of electricity?
TheBC07/05/2020 15:24

Does the heat pump heater give your more heat per £ of electricity?


Worked it out a while back, for me 120 Days of 24/7 use would be something like £130. The Best way worked out around £900
Akira_Cat07/05/2020 09:47

Water does eventually warm up in the sun... in August.


What pump do you recommend?
andymal7807/05/2020 15:48

Worked it out a while back, for me 120 Days of 24/7 use would be something …Worked it out a while back, for me 120 Days of 24/7 use would be something like £130. The Best way worked out around £900


Wow - thank you. That’s a big difference!
TheBC07/05/2020 15:24

Does the heat pump heater give your more heat per £ of electricity?


Electic heatet uses 2.8kw (bestway one) for 2.8ke of heat

Hot splash heat pump uses 0.6kw and performs up to 3.6kw of heat depending on air temperature so big difference.

Plus the bestway heaters are a simple on/off system whereas the heat pumps have a thermostat and will bring the pool to temp then switch off, only coming back on when the water temp drops 1 degree below the target temp.
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