Bestway 12 x 30 Fast Set Pool Set Price £34.24  Save £95.75  RRP £129.99 at M & M Direct + £3.90 Delivery, if you order over £50 you get delivery for free.
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Bestway 12 x 30 Fast Set Pool Set Price £34.24 Save £95.75 RRP £129.99 at M & M Direct + £3.90 Delivery, if you order over £50 you get delivery for free.

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Found 29th May 2009Made hot 1st Jun 2009
Our Buyer Says:
"This great pool is easy to set up and so much fun to use. Get yours today at this unbelievable price"

Colour: Blue.

Product Detail:
Sturdy pre-tested vinyl with extra strength side walls.
Includes 1/25 HP filter pump 500 gal/hour.
Inflatable top ring. Easy draining.
Heavy duty repair patch.
Water capacity: 5377 litres.
12' diameter. 30" deep.

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Python5;5348592

http://www.mandmdirect.com/products-Bestway-12-x-30-Fast-Set-Pool-Set_WB147.htmDirect link



Cheers

Good deal, but think about your water bill.

westbrom;5348814

Good deal, but think about your water bill.



or the hypothermia from using it in the biritsh summer

i bought 3 last time, superb quick delivery, great items, im now set for 3 years as i leave it out from june to september then throw away

a 3kw heater is £60 on fleabay

As West Brom says it must push up that water bill

helpinghand;5349431

As West Brom says it must push up that water bill



Only if you're on a meter. AFAIK you don't need to get one as this won't be classed as a swimming pool.

like it being deep, but don't know that i need one 12 foot wide?

im on a meter, i fill it with next doors hose

"back of the net"

was just about to post this,, nice find voted hot

Definitely a good buy but if you're thinking of buying one make sure the ground you're setting it on is level. If there's even a very slight slope the pool capsizes.....as I found out to my cost last summer!!

Nice, H&R Added :thumbsup:

skybaby87;5371887

Definitely a good buy but if you're thinking of buying one make sure the … Definitely a good buy but if you're thinking of buying one make sure the ground you're setting it on is level. If there's even a very slight slope the pool capsizes.....as I found out to my cost last summer!!



I wouldn't say it capsizes , but it will slump to one side so you'll never get it as high as it could go unless it's very flat ground.

I've got a 10ft one in my garden at the mo and it's quite bearable on warm days - it's up to 21 degrees with no heating other than the sun and the kids have been loving it today

hello this may be a silly question but how do you find it on the m and m website cheers

How do you get free delivery?

munchkinboy8;5372017

hello this may be a silly question but how do you find it on the m and m … hello this may be a silly question but how do you find it on the m and m website cheers



Click on the links in posts 3 or 4

Nice, same make pool selling on clearance in halfords for £29.99 only 8' diameter though. But it's selling madly fast lol.

westbrom;5348814

Good deal, but think about your water bill.



Some quick sums...

5377 litres = 5.377 m3
Using a bill to hand from last year 1 m3 = £1.15 so this pool to fill to capacity would cost approximately £6.18

Not outrageous.

Picked up a pretty much identical pool from Tesco for £5. Came with filter and cover :-D .
A lot of places were selling them for £12-15 towards the end of last year too. So this isn't that much of a great price. They've simply bumped up the price as summer is coming along again.

WBRacing;5372241

Some quick sums...5377 litres = 5.377 m3Using a bill to hand from last … Some quick sums...5377 litres = 5.377 m3Using a bill to hand from last year 1 m3 = £1.15 so this pool to fill to capacity would cost approximately £6.18Not outrageous.


Thats quite cheap to be fair. Im not on a meter pretty glad to as i usally refil my pool once every few days in the hot weather as the water gets dirty.

jukkie;5372265

as summer is coming along again.



Sssssssshh!!


You'll scare it away. :whistling:

we got one of these in the cellar. never put it up.
Am i right in thinking that u have to leave it filled up for a while and the water warms up in the sun?
cos the only water we can fill it with is from the cold tap! Brrrrr

Kids were pestering me to put ours up over the weekend ,took 5 hours to fill it up ,foooking freezing when you get in but you soon get used to it:-D (a bit like the sea on holiday)
Get the tabs of ebay to keep it clear

pKaTz;5372435

we got one of these in the cellar. never put it up.Am i right in thinking … we got one of these in the cellar. never put it up.Am i right in thinking that u have to leave it filled up for a while and the water warms up in the sun?cos the only water we can fill it with is from the cold tap! Brrrrr



Not really. Water has a high specific heat capacity meaning it takes a lot more energy to warm it up. I remember being taught at school about how land warms up and cools down faster than water (the oceans). Happily wikipedia saves me from explaining why!

More info: en.wikipedia.org/wik…ity

Once you're in it's ok. ;-)

its gona be freezing

We put ours up today (£15 from woolworths over the winter). Took 3 hours at least to fill so dont forget to add that time in as little children dont like to wait that long. :-D

Bought the 2.2m diameter (66cm high) one from Wilkos (in store) for £24.99 (Discounted from £29.99)

Its perfect size for the garden as think this one posted here would be too big for us.

Agree with the poster who said put the pool on a even surface, ours slopes leaving one side of the pool higher than the other.... but not that bad.

Going to cover it with some black poly sheeting we have to try heat it up a bit quicker
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