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Intex Ultra Frame Swimming Pool (xtra xtra large) 7.32mtr x 3.66mtr (132cm high) - £487.49 with code @ Euro Car Parts
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Intex Ultra Frame Swimming Pool (xtra xtra large) 7.32mtr x 3.66mtr (132cm high) - £487.49 with code @ Euro Car Parts

£487.49£1,07955%Euro Car Parts Deals
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Posted 24th Aug

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Intex Ultra Frame Swimming Pool (xtra xtra large) 7.32mtr x 3.66mtr (132cm high)The side wall of the Intex ultra frame pole 732 x 366 cm is made up of 3 layers: the outer surface is made on both sides of a thick and durable PVC layer. The inner layer consists of polyester The robust oval frame ensures that the pool stays in its shape and provides extra strength. The tubes are made of galvanized steel and will not rust.
Intex safety ladder
When you purchase this Intex pool Intex comes standard with a safety ladder. This ladder is provided with anti-slip matting and provided with a coated steel frame.An additional advantage of this safety ladder are removable steps, it can be moved easily so that children not allowed to climb unattended into the pool. Accessories ultra frame pole 732 x 366
Intex ultra frame pool packing
Oval tube set of galvanized steel
3-layerd pool liner (sheet)
Instructional DVD and manual
Pool cover and ground clot
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repair kitSafety Ladder (Platform)
Sand filter pump 6m3 / hour incl. Snakes
Coupling to drain water hose
  • Material frame: galvanized steel
  • Type: Ultra frame pool
  • Shape: rectangular pool
  • Capacity: 31 805 liters (90% full)
  • Pool size: 732 x 366 x 132 cm
  • Outside dimension incl legs:. 787 x 422 cm
  • Packaging: 2 boxes (151 x 60 x 49 cm)
  • Package Weight: 91 kg per box
  • Connection pump: 38 mm
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aLV42624/08/2019 15:34

Is it just me or is that image a bit off? 13 people in a 7x3m pool? I …Is it just me or is that image a bit off? 13 people in a 7x3m pool? I don't think that's a good picture to go by...Didn't I post this deal already?


Seems to be a common issue with swimming pool products

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ScubaDudes24/08/2019 14:04

So at 1p a litre it's £318.05 ;(Probably cause a tsunami …So at 1p a litre it's £318.05 ;(Probably cause a tsunami draining it


Got your figures a little wrong there buddy. Water is around £1.30 per cubic metre which is a thousand litres so it’s much cheaper at about £40 to fill.
Tempted, as I'm not metered 😁
Wow 31,805 litres. How long would it take to fill? The waterboard would be having a party if they knew you had bought one of these.lol.
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is there a way to know if someone is p..... on it?? Also, do not forget to tell your water authorities so that they can charge you accordingly
Edited by: "bobo53" 24th Aug
I'd recommend filling from the neighbours supply
Wow 31,805 litres. How long would it take to fill? The waterboard would be having a party if they knew you had bought one of these.lol.
Buy a couple of these - cheaper than repairing Whaley Bridge dam.
No water meters near me🤪
ciarandanielbyrne124/08/2019 13:44

Wow 31,805 litres. How long would it take to fill? The waterboard would be …Wow 31,805 litres. How long would it take to fill? The waterboard would be having a party if they knew you had bought one of these.lol.


So at 1p a litre it's £318.05

Probably cause a tsunami draining it
ciarandanielbyrne124/08/2019 13:44

Wow 31,805 litres. How long would it take to fill? The waterboard would be …Wow 31,805 litres. How long would it take to fill? The waterboard would be having a party if they knew you had bought one of these.lol.


I don't get it. Why would they care. People do have swimming pools, right xD?
Turn it into a huge koi pond!
How would you empty this? Would it just be a case of getting a pan to empty it and putting it down the drain?
Mr.Sinnister24/08/2019 14:42

How would you empty this? Would it just be a case of getting a pan to …How would you empty this? Would it just be a case of getting a pan to empty it and putting it down the drain?


Like mine you have a special value on the side that you attach a hose pipe to and water drains over a day or so
Blimey you could go canoeing on this
ScubaDudes24/08/2019 14:04

So at 1p a litre it's £318.05 ;(Probably cause a tsunami …So at 1p a litre it's £318.05 ;(Probably cause a tsunami draining it


Got your figures a little wrong there buddy. Water is around £1.30 per cubic metre which is a thousand litres so it’s much cheaper at about £40 to fill.
Is it just me or is that image a bit off? 13 people in a 7x3m pool? I don't think that's a good picture to go by...
Didn't I post this deal already?
aLV42624/08/2019 15:34

Is it just me or is that image a bit off? 13 people in a 7x3m pool? I …Is it just me or is that image a bit off? 13 people in a 7x3m pool? I don't think that's a good picture to go by...Didn't I post this deal already?


Seems to be a common issue with swimming pool products

Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
Example 4
Tempted, as I'm not metered 😁
Warning, filling this pool once, will cause a drought in most of the Southern Hemisphere.. if not globally!

HOT!
echobase24/08/2019 15:16

Got your figures a little wrong there buddy. Water is around £1.30 per …Got your figures a little wrong there buddy. Water is around £1.30 per cubic metre which is a thousand litres so it’s much cheaper at about £40 to fill.



You forgot the wastewater charge per cubic metre. Adding that in my region, would cost more like £130 to fill
robin934224/08/2019 17:25

You forgot the wastewater charge per cubic metre. Adding that in my …You forgot the wastewater charge per cubic metre. Adding that in my region, would cost more like £130 to fill


Just never empty it.
echobase24/08/2019 15:16

Got your figures a little wrong there buddy. Water is around £1.30 per …Got your figures a little wrong there buddy. Water is around £1.30 per cubic metre which is a thousand litres so it’s much cheaper at about £40 to fill.


I was very close then






By the time you fill it winter has come!
The_Guru24/08/2019 21:50

By the time you fill it winter has come!



Or Michael Barrymore has left a body in it.
Edited by: "ScubaDudes" 25th Aug
This things are getting bigger and bigger.
bobo5324/08/2019 13:25

is there a way to know if someone is p..... on it?? Also, do not forget to …is there a way to know if someone is p..... on it?? Also, do not forget to tell your water authorities so that they can charge you accordingly


Really!!! some of these comments are just gett rediculous
Edited by: "jodiemilly" 25th Aug
Blimey some of these comments are rediculous who takes time out of their day to write such crap?

If you like the deal buy it, if not move on to the next deal.

why would it concern anyone else on how much it costs someone to fill it? Your not paying the bill
aLV42624/08/2019 15:34

Is it just me or is that image a bit off? 13 people in a 7x3m pool? I …Is it just me or is that image a bit off? 13 people in a 7x3m pool? I don't think that's a good picture to go by...Didn't I post this deal already?


Did you really zoom in and count how many people were in the pool? anyway it looks about right to me having measured it up in the garden it’d say it would fit a few more in aswell
Edited by: "jodiemilly" 25th Aug
if this bursts the house is gone let alone the 12 kids and 2 life guards
jodiemilly25/08/2019 00:41

Really!!! some of these comments are just gett rediculous


really!! would you swim in a pool full of p... Also, people which are not on a metered contract should report to the water authorities
Edited by: "bobo53" 25th Aug
I entered my reg but it's not compatible with my Octavia.
ciarandanielbyrne124/08/2019 13:44

Wow 31,805 litres. How long would it take to fill? The waterboard would be …Wow 31,805 litres. How long would it take to fill? The waterboard would be having a party if they knew you had bought one of these.lol.



Average cost of tap water is £3.42 p/1000 litres.
So 31,805 litres costs ~£109.

Average cost of tap water is £1.31 p/1000 litres if you don't pay for waste discharge (or if your supplier offers waste discharge discounts).
So 31,805 litres costs ~£42.

Average flow rate of tap water is 12 litres/min.
So 31,805 litres will take ~44 hours.
First I'll have to upgrade my house to a mansion with a massive garden, then maybe I can buy it...
jodiemilly25/08/2019 00:47

Blimey some of these comments are rediculous who takes time out of their …Blimey some of these comments are rediculous who takes time out of their day to write such crap? If you like the deal buy it, if not move on to the next deal.why would it concern anyone else on how much it costs someone to fill it? Your not paying the bill



Simply because it IS relevant. Running costs and maintenance can be a major consideration in many purchases and in this case, £100+ to fill the pool is expensive.
jodiemilly25/08/2019 00:54

Did you really zoom in and count how many people were in the pool? …Did you really zoom in and count how many people were in the pool? anyway it looks about right to me having measured it up in the garden it’d say it would fit a few more in aswell



There is something odd about the images. It is as though the occupants of the pool have been photoshopped to make them look smaller and hence, the pool larger.
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