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Intex 13ft 1.5" (4m) Rectangular Prism Frame Pool with Filter Pump and Ladder - £149.89 @ Costco
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Intex 13ft 1.5" (4m) Rectangular Prism Frame Pool with Filter Pump and Ladder - £149.89 @ Costco

£149.89£197.8524%Costco Deals
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Posted 19th Aug

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This item was £249.99 and now £149.89.

This Intex Prism Frame Rectangular Pool is designed to fit any garden. The pool is built and designed to provide extra swimming space and can hold more water than a traditional round frame pool. Allowing swimmers to appreciate the maximised swimming area! With the sophisticated look, the Intex Prism Frame Pool will provide families with endless fun with a taste of luxury throughout the summer months.

Features:

  • Perfect for any garden
  • Ready for water in 45 minutes
  • Puncture resistant 3-ply material
  • Modern design
  • Includes: 1 x Pool Frame, 1 x Pool Liner, 1 x 2,006 Litre Filter Pump, 1 x Safety Ladder and a Set-Up Manual
  • Capacity (90%): 6,836 Litres
  • Dimensions: W 200 x L 400 x D 100 cm
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jsw7219/08/2019 20:08

I'm on a meter; it would cost me about £200 to fill this with freezing …I'm on a meter; it would cost me about £200 to fill this with freezing cold water.


Or just leave it your garden for a couple of days and it’ll be filled in no time.

And it won’t cost you a penny
jsw7219/08/2019 20:08

I'm on a meter; it would cost me about £200 to fill this with freezing …I'm on a meter; it would cost me about £200 to fill this with freezing cold water.


£200?!

6836 litres is only 6.8 cubic metres. For our local water authority it's about £1.20 per cubic metre, so less than a tenner to fill ...
Jonnyblock19/08/2019 22:41

People always exaggerate the cost of water, it right annoys me.


Me too. I've read comments like that a million times on here
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Hmmm what happened to vassy2u?! You just fancy a vowel change?
Nice find @vassy2i
I'm on a meter; it would cost me about £200 to fill this with freezing cold water.
jsw7219/08/2019 20:08

I'm on a meter; it would cost me about £200 to fill this with freezing …I'm on a meter; it would cost me about £200 to fill this with freezing cold water.


£200?!

6836 litres is only 6.8 cubic metres. For our local water authority it's about £1.20 per cubic metre, so less than a tenner to fill ...
jsw7219/08/2019 20:08

I'm on a meter; it would cost me about £200 to fill this with freezing …I'm on a meter; it would cost me about £200 to fill this with freezing cold water.


Or just leave it your garden for a couple of days and it’ll be filled in no time.

And it won’t cost you a penny
toonarmani19/08/2019 20:22

£200?! 6836 litres is only 6.8 cubic metres. For our local water … £200?! 6836 litres is only 6.8 cubic metres. For our local water authority it's about £1.20 per cubic metre, so less than a tenner to fill ...


plus hook this up inline with the filter for free heat... if its sunny solar heater
toonarmani19/08/2019 20:22

£200?! 6836 litres is only 6.8 cubic metres. For our local water … £200?! 6836 litres is only 6.8 cubic metres. For our local water authority it's about £1.20 per cubic metre, so less than a tenner to fill ...


People always exaggerate the cost of water, it right annoys me.
Jonnyblock19/08/2019 22:41

People always exaggerate the cost of water, it right annoys me.


Me too. I've read comments like that a million times on here
jona7719/08/2019 19:47

Hmmm what happened to vassy2u?! You just fancy a vowel change?


Maybe @vassy2i now has fuel injection lol
Jonnyblock19/08/2019 22:41

People always exaggerate the cost of water, it right annoys me.


Might have been accurate if boiling a kettle each time
mdekq00719/08/2019 23:10

Me too. I've read comments like that a million times on here


nearer ten million mate !!
Thanks for one and I live in a flat on the 15th floor
ashmac22/08/2019 20:47

Thanks for one and I live in a flat on the 15th floor


You can practice your diving
markholi023/08/2019 17:34

You can practice your diving



Only if you're American. If you're British you can practise your diving.
williamhodgson23/08/2019 18:54

Only if you're American. If you're British you can practise your diving.


Wrong.Used as a noun it is spelt practice, you at are confusing it with the verb.
Edited by: "JoeyJoeC" 23rd Aug
I have the next size up from this one and I can tell you it's a really good pool - very sturdy and not too hard to put up. I paid about £500 for mine, so although this is a bit smaller it's still a great bargain. I bought a poly tunnel from ebay to put mine in - it keeps it much warmer and makes it usable even when it's raining, so long as it's not freezing outside ! This is nothing like the cheaper pools - the walls are thick and the legs are made properly from decent steel.
Liquid-Len25/08/2019 02:02

I have the next size up from this one and I can tell you it's a really …I have the next size up from this one and I can tell you it's a really good pool - very sturdy and not too hard to put up. I paid about £500 for mine, so although this is a bit smaller it's still a great bargain. I bought a poly tunnel from ebay to put mine in - it keeps it much warmer and makes it usable even when it's raining, so long as it's not freezing outside ! This is nothing like the cheaper pools - the walls are thick and the legs are made properly from decent steel.



How much was the poly tunnel (great idea BTW!)? And do you have plans for heating it?
JoeyJoeC23/08/2019 23:16

Wrong.Used as a noun it is spelt practice, you at are confusing it with …Wrong.Used as a noun it is spelt practice, you at are confusing it with the verb.



I am not confusing anything. I was taught the difference between the noun and the verb over 50 years ago by my piano teacher, long before British people began to be confused by American spellings on the internet. In British English the noun is spelt practice and the verb is spelt practise. The O/P said 'You can practice your diving' - in this sentence the word is a verb, so should be 'You can practise your diving'. It would also have been correct to say 'You can improve the practice of your diving' - in this sentence it is a noun.
Damn, just missed it! by minutes too :-(
SmokeyNegroni25/08/2019 02:48

How much was the poly tunnel (great idea BTW!)? And do you have plans for …How much was the poly tunnel (great idea BTW!)? And do you have plans for heating it?



Just checked and they are still available (the one I bought), but it's gone up 20 quid since I bought mine. If you search ebay for the following string ...
Polytunnel 6m x 3m - Quality 6 Section Greenhouse - Galvanised Frame Pollytunnel
you should find them - it's the foxhunter one. I modified mine with a second smaller polly tunnel - used some of it's poles to make mine taller, but as I say I have the bigger size pool. I have not heated it yet, but trust me it get's very hot in there when the weather is nice !
Liquid-Len25/08/2019 17:24

Just checked and they are still available (the one I bought), but it's …Just checked and they are still available (the one I bought), but it's gone up 20 quid since I bought mine. If you search ebay for the following string ...Polytunnel 6m x 3m - Quality 6 Section Greenhouse - Galvanised Frame Pollytunnelyou should find them - it's the foxhunter one. I modified mine with a second smaller polly tunnel - used some of it's poles to make mine taller, but as I say I have the bigger size pool. I have not heated it yet, but trust me it get's very hot in there when the weather is nice !


Thanks, value added!
Bought - thanks op
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