Bestway 8ft Swimming Pool Set & Filter Pump - just £19.99 + FREE P&P @ Cybercheckout!
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Bestway 8ft Swimming Pool Set & Filter Pump - just £19.99 + FREE P&P @ Cybercheckout!

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Found 3rd Sep 2009Made hot 3rd Sep 2009
Bestway 8ft Swimming Pool Set with Filter Pump & instructional DVD & repair patch for £19.99 delivered!

* 8ft Easy setup pool set
* Complete with filter / pump unit to help keep the water clean
* Size 8ft x 26
* 3-ply, heavy gauge PVC side walls provide lasting durability
* Liner supported by an inflatable top ring
* Select a level surface, inflate top ring and the pool will rise as its filled with water
* No sharp edges
* Flow control drain valve for easy draining (Valve attaches to garden hose so that water can be drained away from the pool area
* Easy to take down for off-season storage
* Heavy-duty repair patch
* FREE Instructional DVD & repair patch
* FREE UK DELIVERY*

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Original Poster Editor

[FONT=Arial]Have hours of family fun with this new 8ft Bestway easy set pool.[/FONT]
[FONT=Arial]An instruction DVD is supplied which demonstrates how easy this pool is to set up. Just simply set the liner on a completely flat ground, inflate the top ring then start to fill it with water. It comes with the new and attractive tile pattern on the inside to give a lovely look and more expensive feel. [/FONT]
[FONT=Arial]It only takes two people an average of 10 minutes to set up with no tools required, and then you're in, relaxing and splashing away as much of the day as you'd like. Also it's durable, featuring triple-strong sidewalls made of three layers of material for reinforced strength. It's much quicker and easier than traditional steel-walled pools and nearly as tough. It also has a convenient drain plug that connects to your garden hose so the water can be drained away from the pool when you’ve finished with it.
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http://www.cybercheckout.co.uk/images/product/large/296_1_.jpg

Is it different to the one you posted a couple of minutes ago?

It's like you really need it in this rainy country.It's very nice if you plan to use it indoors

also with 10% quidco although the link from quidco is busted or the cybercheckout site is down

think the site is down. must be all the frantic pool buyers!

Cold. Misdescription. It's not a swimming pool and it's not easy to set up. It takes half a day and several hundred gallons of water to fill and then it takes a week or more to achieve ambient temperature after which it's still cold.

Buy one of these if you've got money to burn but you'll probably only ever use it once before going back to an inflatable paddling pool.

Original Poster Editor

anthony712;6194509

Is it different to the one you posted a couple of minutes ago?




Sorry, there was a glitch and it double posted - has now been removed.

Doubles as a mini skating rink in winter?

Not really designed for our climate. Great deal on price but it's still a waste.

LOL @ all the people saying about it not being suitable for our climate. I hope none of you have a car that's convertible then

paddy.stone;6195538

LOL @ all the people saying about it not being suitable for our climate. … LOL @ all the people saying about it not being suitable for our climate. I hope none of you have a car that's convertible then



Plus all those that have air con in their cars and say "oh I'm so glad I have air con".

Hot from me anyway.

12 footer for £29.99 cybercheckout.co.uk/p-3…spx

Voted hot. Shame about the weather x

Banned

Why would anyone buy a swimmig pool now when we'll by lucky to have a 2-3 weeks of jumperless weather

simate;6195576

Plus all those that have air con in their cars and say "oh I'm so glad I … Plus all those that have air con in their cars and say "oh I'm so glad I have air con".Hot from me anyway.12 footer for £29.99 http://www.cybercheckout.co.uk/p-308-bestway-12ft-swimming-pool-set-filter-pump-summer-sale-free-pp-.aspx



Nah, don't agree about the air-con, that's useful in winter too if you need to quick defrost your windows and heat the car quicker.

Well this may help a few people out. When these were on offer last year on HUKD I also thought about buying one. Well £20 is cheap!

Then I got thinking about using it. First I thought nobody who was above 5 or not drunk would use it without heating the water. So using my gas bill figures and many wiki calculation methods and the spec from my combi I went about working out about how much it would cost me to use.

Well the ambient water temp was 12 celsius and 27 celsius seemed an exceptable temperature. So the 4200l of water with a 90% efficient combi at 15 celsius above amient was going to take about 2hours 20 min and cost me about £15 in gas.

Then I started to think about thermal wastage (escaping heat) and keeping it topped up to temp then got bored and gave up! So For an afternoons use it would end up costing more than buying it, so away went my credit card!

Also I'm not on a water meter but if I was it would be even more!
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