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Intex 18 x 9ft (5.5 x 2.7M) Rectangular Ultra Frame Metal Pool + Sand Filter Pump + Accessories £399.99 delivered @ Costco
Intex 18 x 9ft (5.5 x 2.7M) Rectangular Ultra Frame Metal Pool + Sand Filter Pump + Accessories £399.99 delivered @ Costco

Intex 18 x 9ft (5.5 x 2.7M) Rectangular Ultra Frame Metal Pool + Sand Filter Pump + Accessories £399.99 delivered @ Costco

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Costco have further reduced the Intex 18x9' steel fram pool with accessories to £399.99 including delivery. 5% surcharge for non members.

12 Comments

Silly question I guess, but I have to ask being old enough to remember the old outdoor council cold swimming pools when I was a kid - torture!

Is the pool heated?

deany76

Silly question I guess, but I have to ask being old enough to remember … Silly question I guess, but I have to ask being old enough to remember the old outdoor council cold swimming pools when I was a kid - torture!Is the pool heated?



I cant see it on the specs but I suppose you could always throw in a electric fan heater.

No heater is mentioned so i guess not.

keithbereal

I cant see it on the specs but I suppose you could always throw in a … I cant see it on the specs but I suppose you could always throw in a electric fan heater.



Very James Bond

keithbereal

I cant see it on the specs but I suppose you could always throw in a … I cant see it on the specs but I suppose you could always throw in a electric fan heater.



Yep I was talking Hoylake baths!
Cheers

Edited by: "deany76" 15th Aug 2016

heat added - decent sand filter - I have the same one filled with glass media, all accessories and massive pool if you have the garden space

Saw this in there yesterday, it's HUGE!!

It's big no heater tho a friend has it don't get the intex heaters as they are a load of rubbish

Sounds good but it s bigger than my garden. heat added though - hope it helps the ones after warm water

The UK is just not hot enough for this and you'll be constantly faffing around with chemicals just to maintain clean water. Don't do it unless you have a greenhouse big enough to put it in.

Is it just me or is that pool just way too full? Id day 3 peoplr can happily play in that... for 400 quid you may as well go the baths a few times and save money. You know for a fact youll use this once or twice then never other with it.

-heater not included, factor around 400-800 quid extra for a heater to heat something that size at around 1.50 a day (heat pump 8kw min)
-solar cover - extra 120 quid, pays for itself due to less heating required
-don't forget the electricians cost of approx. an extra 300 quid to put a suitable spur due to the ampage the heater/pump will require)
-chemicals - cheap and relatively easy - although probably go salt water to mean no/minimum chemicals - a further 500 quid to setup for chlorinator and salt
-pump and filter ones supplied are good for occasional low volume use only, factor approx. 300-600 quid for a decent size pump and separate filter and media
-pool itself will last years and are great fun especially if you have a lot of friends/kids

In short - if you want a paddling pool buy a paddling pool for 30 - 50 quid, if you want a swimming pool, this is your entry point, but to make it fully useable there's a lot more cost involved due to our climate
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