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Intex 12ft (3.7m) Round Prism Frame Pool + Filter Pump - £79.99 Delivered @ Costco
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Intex 12ft (3.7m) Round Prism Frame Pool + Filter Pump - £79.99 Delivered @ Costco

£79.99£99.9920%Costco Deals
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Posted 27th MarEdited by:"apur32"

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3429287-tl3mK.jpgGood price as it is further reduced by £20 for this 12ft pool with pump...
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Features Includes: 1 x Pool Frame, 1 x Pool Liner, 1 x 2,006 Litre Filter Pump and a Set Up Manual

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Jonj161128/03/2020 00:50

Awesome, nice weather lately, can invite all my friends around. Oh …Awesome, nice weather lately, can invite all my friends around. Oh wait........


By the time you've filled it I'm sure this whole thing will have blown over
What's this for then? Collecting rain water?
sydney228/03/2020 14:27

Just wondering how much does that cost on a meter, if anyone knows, …Just wondering how much does that cost on a meter, if anyone knows, roughly?


From another thread for the same pool (credit to HHUKD for this);

Like me you’re probably wondering how much this thing costs to fill.

Costco says this holds 6,503 litres when 90% full.

Thames water suggest 1 cubic metre of water (1000 litres) is £1.2954 (note: 2018/19 data) if you’re on a meter.

That works out at just under £9.50 to fill.
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What's this for then? Collecting rain water?
6500 litres good if you are not on a meter
Awesome, nice weather lately, can invite all my friends around. Oh wait........
Jonj161128/03/2020 00:50

Awesome, nice weather lately, can invite all my friends around. Oh …Awesome, nice weather lately, can invite all my friends around. Oh wait........


By the time you've filled it I'm sure this whole thing will have blown over
James_Polarbear28/03/2020 06:45

By the time you've filled it I'm sure this whole thing will have blown over


No, it won't blow over if it is filled with water
Just don't forget you will need to treat the water to stop it going green.
Molster27/03/2020 23:20

6500 litres good if you are not on a meter


Just wondering how much does that cost on a meter, if anyone knows, roughly?
sydney228/03/2020 14:27

Just wondering how much does that cost on a meter, if anyone knows, …Just wondering how much does that cost on a meter, if anyone knows, roughly?


From another thread for the same pool (credit to HHUKD for this);

Like me you’re probably wondering how much this thing costs to fill.

Costco says this holds 6,503 litres when 90% full.

Thames water suggest 1 cubic metre of water (1000 litres) is £1.2954 (note: 2018/19 data) if you’re on a meter.

That works out at just under £9.50 to fill.
sydney228/03/2020 14:27

Just wondering how much does that cost on a meter, if anyone knows, …Just wondering how much does that cost on a meter, if anyone knows, roughly?


I think about £7 factoring in the water and sewage charges.
Delbert.Grady28/03/2020 14:48

From another thread for the same pool (credit to HHUKD for this);Like me …From another thread for the same pool (credit to HHUKD for this);Like me you’re probably wondering how much this thing costs to fill.Costco says this holds 6,503 litres when 90% full. Thames water suggest 1 cubic metre of water (1000 litres) is £1.2954 (note: 2018/19 data) if you’re on a meter. That works out at just under £9.50 to fill.


Thanks
Madzon27/03/2020 22:59

What's this for then? Collecting rain water?


Stockpiling sanitizer
Madzon27/03/2020 22:59

What's this for then? Collecting rain water?


Na...straighten it out and use it for flood defences
Edited by: "edwardo1973" 30th Mar
A few bottles of hand gel and you got a proper handwashing party in your garden
Molster27/03/2020 23:20

6500 litres good if you are not on a meter


Only poor people have meters.
I've got this pool. Took a day and a half to fill last year.

Pump that came with it was the wrong model. I only found out when it packed up from not begin able to handle the volume of water. Intex's customer service is excellent though. They replaced the pump really quickly and got me the right model.

Emptying the pool at the end of summer was the real challenge!
Edited by: "richh" 30th Mar
When the fun is all over about mid August get yourself a good quality large water filter and you'll have enough amazingly clean drinking water to take your family through to the next hayfever season stroke flying ant swarm.

Happy hand washing all
Tim
What's the point of having a filter but no cover? Bird poo, dead insects, feeding animals all prone to landing or using it overnight.
Nevermind coronavirus, the bacteria this thing would collect, without proper chlorine or routine full daily cleaning would put you in hospital especially if you have broken skin!
monkeyboy201031/03/2020 07:11

What's the point of having a filter but no cover? Bird poo, dead insects, …What's the point of having a filter but no cover? Bird poo, dead insects, feeding animals all prone to landing or using it overnight.Nevermind coronavirus, the bacteria this thing would collect, without proper chlorine or routine full daily cleaning would put you in hospital especially if you have broken skin!


To own a pool like this you'll also need to own the equipment to keep it clean such as chemicals and a floating solar pool cover.
richh30/03/2020 23:04

I've got this pool. Took a day and a half to fill last year.Pump that came …I've got this pool. Took a day and a half to fill last year.Pump that came with it was the wrong model. I only found out when it packed up from not begin able to handle the volume of water. Intex's customer service is excellent though. They replaced the pump really quickly and got me the right model.Emptying the pool at the end of summer was the real challenge!


Strange, the pump would just pump the amount its supposed to pump per hour, having extra water wouldn't make a difference, it just wouldn't keep the water clean like it would on a smaller pool. Unless the issue is to do with water pressure, which i wouldn't expect its not that deep
Set this up in the garden, sit in the middle and be almost fully socially distanced from the family.
d70cw630/03/2020 22:31

Only poor people have meters.


Metered water filling a plastic pool. Makes me feel physically ill.
Imagine the grass will look like you have had a close encounter once packed away.
daniellndn31/03/2020 08:44

Imagine the grass will look like you have had a close encounter once …Imagine the grass will look like you have had a close encounter once packed away.


You'll all be scouring the internet trying to find one and kicking yourself for not having bought it when the heatwave arrives!
OOS already!!!!
Molster27/03/2020 23:20

6500 litres good if you are not on a meter


Unless you're taking it to the south of France to fill it, or somewhere else warm, it's going to hit one of your meters, either gas or electricity, let alone the water meter!

Unless it's intended to be a duck pond! I remember the last time my mum got my little brother and sister a paddling pool, it was quite deep and impressive but by heck it was blooming cold!
TM123331/03/2020 11:52

You'll all be scouring the internet trying to find one and kicking …You'll all be scouring the internet trying to find one and kicking yourself for not having bought it when the heatwave arrives!


Although, that said, I think when it's all over, it's going to take quite some time for things to get back to “normal”
Delbert.Grady28/03/2020 14:48

From another thread for the same pool (credit to HHUKD for this);Like me …From another thread for the same pool (credit to HHUKD for this);Like me you’re probably wondering how much this thing costs to fill.Costco says this holds 6,503 litres when 90% full. Thames water suggest 1 cubic metre of water (1000 litres) is £1.2954 (note: 2018/19 data) if you’re on a meter. That works out at just under £9.50 to fill.


Free to fill.
TM123331/03/2020 11:52

You'll all be scouring the internet trying to find one and kicking …You'll all be scouring the internet trying to find one and kicking yourself for not having bought it when the heatwave arrives!


A spaceship?
OOS
Mark_Hickman31/03/2020 08:29

Strange, the pump would just pump the amount its supposed to pump per …Strange, the pump would just pump the amount its supposed to pump per hour, having extra water wouldn't make a difference, it just wouldn't keep the water clean like it would on a smaller pool. Unless the issue is to do with water pressure, which i wouldn't expect its not that deep


I don't know the ins and outs it just wasn't strong enough to pump out the water far at all and then started to fail
Oos!
Edited by: "little20" 2nd Apr
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