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Intex Easyset Swimming 6FT Pool £17.99 / 8FT £22.49 /  Intex Swim Centre Family Lounge Paddling Pool £26.99 + Free del @ Euro Car Parts
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Intex Easyset Swimming 6FT Pool £17.99 / 8FT £22.49 / Intex Swim Centre Family Lounge Paddling Pool £26.99 + Free del @ Euro Car Parts

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Use code POOL10 - no idea how long it'll last for, code should work on any pool(s) on link, enter at basket.

The East Set Pools are the pools that revolutionized the industry allowing millions of families to enjoy backyard swimming. Nobody has built more of them or understands them as well as Intex. Incredibly easy to assemble, maintain and enjoy.



Intex's beautiful Easy Set Pools will ensure that you enjoy seasons of garden family fun! Intex have brought years of enjoyment to millions of people around the world. Their high quality, easy to assemble pools are the best value on the market today. A pool can be installed ready for filling with water within 10 minutes.

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Intex Swim Centre Family Lounge Paddling Pool - 2.29 X 2.29 mtr £26.99 w/code
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jeeeeeez27/06/2019 18:42

More disposable plastic to be used a few times before it gets a hole and …More disposable plastic to be used a few times before it gets a hole and goes in the landfill.


You posted a deal about plastic boxes so why be critical of this deal?
More disposable plastic to be used a few times before it gets a hole and goes in the landfill.
Edited by: "jeeeeeez" 27th Jun
Plastic is an incredible resource, its value being that it never rusts, decays or rots, except with exposure to strong UV light. It's waterproof, sterile, lightweight and incredibly versatile. I love plastic.

When we use plastic to make strong things that last a long time, like storage boxes that are kept out of the light, its value can shine. When we use plastic to make something 1mm thick that is going to sit in the sun on a bed of twigs and pebbles... it's going to be used a few times until it gets a puncture, then be buried in a landfill site.

We're running out of land to fill.
bairn187628/06/2019 06:23

How do you empty all that water when finished? Temporarily flood your …How do you empty all that water when finished? Temporarily flood your garden?


You pull the plug and amazingly just like rain it gets absorbed into the ground
Edited by: "JellyFox1" 28th Jun
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Had one if these, returned for replacement 3 times due to slow leak...

Never resolved, think its just a nom with these. So returned for full refund in the end!
Blitz848427/06/2019 17:14

Had one if these, returned for replacement 3 times due to slow …Had one if these, returned for replacement 3 times due to slow leak...Never resolved, think its just a nom with these. So returned for full refund in the end!


We've had the 8ft one for 2 years any no issues, i know everyone will have their own view which is totally fine! (Although we just bought a new pool as i ripped it on a nail....)

The code works on other pools on link, so if you don't fancy the intex easy set up, there is others,

Have a good evening and enjoy the weather!
More disposable plastic to be used a few times before it gets a hole and goes in the landfill.
Edited by: "jeeeeeez" 27th Jun
jeeeeeez27/06/2019 18:42

More disposable plastic to be used a few times before it gets a hole and …More disposable plastic to be used a few times before it gets a hole and goes in the landfill.


Cheer up
jeeeeeez27/06/2019 18:42

More disposable plastic to be used a few times before it gets a hole and …More disposable plastic to be used a few times before it gets a hole and goes in the landfill.


You posted a deal about plastic boxes so why be critical of this deal?
Plastic is an incredible resource, its value being that it never rusts, decays or rots, except with exposure to strong UV light. It's waterproof, sterile, lightweight and incredibly versatile. I love plastic.

When we use plastic to make strong things that last a long time, like storage boxes that are kept out of the light, its value can shine. When we use plastic to make something 1mm thick that is going to sit in the sun on a bed of twigs and pebbles... it's going to be used a few times until it gets a puncture, then be buried in a landfill site.

We're running out of land to fill.
How do you empty all that water when finished? Temporarily flood your garden?
Asda are doing a bigger pool for £20
Great
bairn187628/06/2019 06:23

How do you empty all that water when finished? Temporarily flood your …How do you empty all that water when finished? Temporarily flood your garden?


You pull the plug and amazingly just like rain it gets absorbed into the ground
Edited by: "JellyFox1" 28th Jun
jeeeeeez28/06/2019 00:02

Plastic is an incredible resource, its value being that it never rusts, …Plastic is an incredible resource, its value being that it never rusts, decays or rots, except with exposure to strong UV light. It's waterproof, sterile, lightweight and incredibly versatile. I love plastic. When we use plastic to make strong things that last a long time, like storage boxes that are kept out of the light, its value can shine. When we use plastic to make something 1mm thick that is going to sit in the sun on a bed of twigs and pebbles... it's going to be used a few times until it gets a puncture, then be buried in a landfill site. We're running out of land to fill.


Yes so a swimming pool is a good idea right?
Just wondering if this comes with a cover or some type of lid?
therange.co.uk/toy…ol/


8 foot for £20 in stores as well (though when i got it, it was still marked at 30)

lids £6 as well in store
Edited by: "Nahua" 28th Jun
_scott_28/06/2019 10:46

Yes so a swimming pool is a good idea right?


Yes, plastic is an ideal material to line a swimming pool which is built to be tough and rugged, to resist an earring falling into it and being trodden on, or a cat jumping in then franticly scrabbling out, with claws.

I suspect that an £18 inflatable swimming pool would resist none of these things and would be used a few times before going into the landfill.
Not such a deal. Without the pump
jeeeeeez27/06/2019 18:42

More disposable plastic to be used a few times before it gets a hole and …More disposable plastic to be used a few times before it gets a hole and goes in the landfill.


agree but won't go to landfill it will get incinerated
Just ordered and got delivered for FREE same day (orders over £20 if ordered before 3pm) Thanks perfect for the weekend.
Our 8ft one lasted 2 years before a friends son jumped on it, we now have a 16ft one and it's on its 2nd year, you just look after them.
bairn187628/06/2019 06:23

How do you empty all that water when finished? Temporarily flood your …How do you empty all that water when finished? Temporarily flood your garden?


you can attach a hose and put it into your water waste
jeeeeeez28/06/2019 14:16

Yes, plastic is an ideal material to line a swimming pool which is built …Yes, plastic is an ideal material to line a swimming pool which is built to be tough and rugged, to resist an earring falling into it and being trodden on, or a cat jumping in then franticly scrabbling out, with claws.I suspect that an £18 inflatable swimming pool would resist none of these things and would be used a few times before going into the landfill.


Disagree totally.
Very very cold. I have had different products from this company, i.e. Air mattresses and never lasted more than two uses. Avoid this company at all cost!
jeeeeeez28/06/2019 00:02

Plastic is an incredible resource, its value being that it never rusts, …Plastic is an incredible resource, its value being that it never rusts, decays or rots, except with exposure to strong UV light. It's waterproof, sterile, lightweight and incredibly versatile. I love plastic. When we use plastic to make strong things that last a long time, like storage boxes that are kept out of the light, its value can shine. When we use plastic to make something 1mm thick that is going to sit in the sun on a bed of twigs and pebbles... it's going to be used a few times until it gets a puncture, then be buried in a landfill site. We're running out of land to fill.


Stop being an old trout, and enjoy the sun.

We have had our paddling pool years and is more flimpsy than this.

Never heard of a puncture repair kit?

What would you rather they did with the by-product of oil refining, pour it in the ground?
Edited by: "Cheep_Like_The_Budgey" 29th Jun
Cheep_Like_The_Budgey29/06/2019 14:42

Stop being an old trout, and enjoy the sun.We have had our paddling pool …Stop being an old trout, and enjoy the sun.We have had our paddling pool years and is more flimpsy than this. Never heard of a puncture repair kit?What would you rather they did with the by-product of oil refining, pour it in the ground?


Well put could not of said it better
Cheers heat and more heat !! Well done
I Might have it filled by Christmas 😁
jeeeeeez28/06/2019 00:02

Plastic is an incredible resource, its value being that it never rusts, …Plastic is an incredible resource, its value being that it never rusts, decays or rots, except with exposure to strong UV light. It's waterproof, sterile, lightweight and incredibly versatile. I love plastic. When we use plastic to make strong things that last a long time, like storage boxes that are kept out of the light, its value can shine. When we use plastic to make something 1mm thick that is going to sit in the sun on a bed of twigs and pebbles... it's going to be used a few times until it gets a puncture, then be buried in a landfill site. We're running out of land to fill.


Don't worry, they'll send it to china
johallington128/06/2019 17:11

Our 8ft one lasted 2 years before a friends son jumped on it, we now have …Our 8ft one lasted 2 years before a friends son jumped on it, we now have a 16ft one and it's on its 2nd year, you just look after them.


How “large" was your friend's son that he stretched the plastic to make.it twice the width???
jazid05/07/2019 06:05

How “large" was your friend's son that he stretched the plastic to make.it …How “large" was your friend's son that he stretched the plastic to make.it twice the width???


Ha ha The litle tyke jumped on the side of the 8ft one, so we replaced it with a 16ft one
8ft sold out
jeeeeeez28/06/2019 14:16

Yes, plastic is an ideal material to line a swimming pool which is built …Yes, plastic is an ideal material to line a swimming pool which is built to be tough and rugged, to resist an earring falling into it and being trodden on, or a cat jumping in then franticly scrabbling out, with claws.I suspect that an £18 inflatable swimming pool would resist none of these things and would be used a few times before going into the landfill.


Just burn it then when it’s broken 👌🏼
These are so cheap you can buy one each time you need to use one and then just chuck it into the ocean when you're done to be biodegraded by grateful dolphins.
The skinned pools, are much, much better than the inflatables, ours is 3 years old and going strong just look after it and store it away in a suitable box. Don't keep it on the same patch of grass more than 2 days (overnight) as the grass will die.
Bought a 10ft one from Aldi yesterday for £29.99 as none in stock to collect straight away near me...
Can anyone advise any local shops where I can buy some Chlorine & algae treatment from today as want to treat it asap....Not on a water meter but would rather not keep emptying it out every few days...Heat added op
Are these inflatable? My cat loves popping them. Could he pop this?
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