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Steel frame pool, 366 x 84cm, filter system, cover, thermometer, dosing float, surface skimmer £35 instore @ Aldi
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Steel frame pool, 366 x 84cm, filter system, cover, thermometer, dosing float, surface skimmer £35 instore @ Aldi

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Steel frame pool, 366 x 84cm, filter system, cover, thermometer, dosing float, surface skimmer

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Bargain! And in this weather - self filling!
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Bargain! And in this weather - self filling!
which store was this?
I bought it in Milnrow near Rochdale but was told by the staff that it was reduced in all stores that still have stock.
How many feet is this?
12ft
Thanks Andrew
Buy yourself a £5 kettle (or 2), pull the heating element out, chuck it into the pool, and you've got yourself a hot tub
Edited by: "RCAnderson" 13th Jun
RCAnderson13/06/2019 18:14

Buy yourself a £5 kettle (or 2), pull the heating element out, chuck it …Buy yourself a £5 kettle (or 2), pull the heating element out, chuck it into the pool, and you've got yourself a hot tub


Please don't .....You will not live long enough to feel the benefit of your savings .
This is a great offer, but nowhere near me ( N London)
Not sure if my maths is a bit off? Would this really weigh approx 30 tons when full? And at 10 litres per minute take two days to fill? Was gonna get one for the spare bedroom, but think I might leave it!
RAVNUT13/06/2019 18:43

Not sure if my maths is a bit off? Would this really weigh approx 30 tons …Not sure if my maths is a bit off? Would this really weigh approx 30 tons when full? And at 10 litres per minute take two days to fill? Was gonna get one for the spare bedroom, but think I might leave it!


It's 7,200 litres, 1000L = 1 Ton, so 7.2 Tons.

10L per minute = 600L per hour, so 12 hours to fill the pool.
Berwhale13/06/2019 19:00

It's 7,200 litres, 1000L = 1 Ton, so 7.2 Tons.10L per minute = 600L per …It's 7,200 litres, 1000L = 1 Ton, so 7.2 Tons.10L per minute = 600L per hour, so 12 hours to fill the pool.


That’s 7.2 metric Tonnes which is 7.9 Imperial Tons
I love in the north, I can fill it for free and if I buy a solar heating pad it might be warm by next year, enjoy!
MrFizzy13/06/2019 19:31

That’s 7.2 metric Tonnes which is 7.9 Imperial Tons


If it's 7,200 L it will be 7.07 imperial tons, or 7.2 metric tonnes.
Ah, of course! In that case I'll fill it with Champers!
Jizzmeister13/06/2019 19:50

If it's 7,200 L it will be 7.07 imperial tons, or 7.2 metric tonnes.


Ah , you are right, I’m mixing my UK and US Tons up. Thanks for the correction.
What's the product code please
smershspy13/06/2019 15:50

Bargain! And in this weather - self filling!


And the price will just keep fulling if we don't get a summer soon.
Is this just a single store? No luck in Manchester
No luck in about 3 stores I checked, staff also had no idea that they even sold them
RAVNUT13/06/2019 18:43

Not sure if my maths is a bit off? Would this really weigh approx 30 tons …Not sure if my maths is a bit off? Would this really weigh approx 30 tons when full? And at 10 litres per minute take two days to fill? Was gonna get one for the spare bedroom, but think I might leave it!


You could just cut door in half. Leave top half open and make rest of room watertight.
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