Tesco 12ft Metal Frame Swimming Pool With Filter & Pump Was £75 Now £69 FREE P&P @ tesco/outlet - eBay
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Tesco 12ft Metal Frame Swimming Pool With Filter & Pump Was £75 Now £69 FREE P&P @ tesco/outlet - eBay

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Found 10th Jun 2016
Been looking for a tidy pool for the back garden ready for the summer.

I inflatable one (about 8ft) maybe 2 years ago, it lasted all of about 3 weeks.

My brother in law bought one of these from Tesco last year and is still going strong. He said the metal frame is much better than the standard plastic ones you get on pools.

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Large enough for the whole family, this 12ft quality round metal frame pool provides hours of summer fun. It features heavy gauge 3-layer laminated PVC walls to cope with all types of wear and tear. Its durable, above ground design makes it ideal for paddling or lazing around on sunny days. Includes pump.

H80cm x W360cm x D360

Comes with Filter & Pump.

Seen this was £75 a few weeks ago, now reduced to £69 with FREE delivry, so just ordered the kids one.

Happy Swimming Guys!
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We have a 10 foot metal frame one now on year 6 despite leaving it out all winter - however although it got loads of use in the first year since then the weather has not been nearly as kind.
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m1chaels

We have a 10 foot metal frame one now on year 6 despite leaving it out … We have a 10 foot metal frame one now on year 6 despite leaving it out all winter - however although it got loads of use in the first year since then the weather has not been nearly as kind.



Ah that's brilliant information. Was a bit worried after my experience with the inflatable one I bought a few years back but my brother in law highly recommended the Tesco metal frame one. So happy days!
these are great fun in the summer.dads remember to get up early to start filling them as on 1/2" bore pipe and domestic pressure it can take a fair while.also remember cost if you are on a water meter and also plan where you site it so if it should "fail" you know where that volume of water will go in a very short space of time
£6 saving hardly makes this a hot deal plus the water will be freezing in a pool this size. good luck if you're on a water meter too!!!
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cjdean1983

£6 saving hardly makes this a hot deal plus the water will be freezing in … £6 saving hardly makes this a hot deal plus the water will be freezing in a pool this size. good luck if you're on a water meter too!!!



When HUKD is filled daily with "Star Wars Battlefront" all for the sake of a few pence saving, I think it makes a refreshing change for a "£6.00" saving to be made.

Also I'm not on a water meter, so happy days.

And lastly, I'll do the "Toe Test" the days I choose to use it!

Have a fun filled and happy day mate......I know I will, after all........I saved £6 today!!!
Edited by: "doyley78" 10th Jun 2016
Got a 15ft pool and we love it.
On a hot day it's great fun for all the family.
Get yourself one and enjoy.
Is there a risk when you've got an 8 month old Labrador? Most Labradors I know love to chew so not sure if the pool might tempt her.
and let the rain fill it can't go wrong
good price

would this be suitable to store Baby sharks?
doyley78

When HUKD is filled daily with "Star Wars Battlefront" all for the sake … When HUKD is filled daily with "Star Wars Battlefront" all for the sake of a few pence saving, I think it makes a refreshing change for a "£6.00" saving to be made.Also I'm not on a water meter, so happy days.And lastly, I'll do the "Toe Test" the days I choose to use it!Have a fun filled and happy day mate......I know I will, after all........I saved £6 today!!!



Calm down jesus christ. Theres refurbed hdds about more expensive than new go for it!
12ft... it's a paddling pool not a swimming pool?!?
milkonesugar

these are great fun in the summer.dads remember to get up early to start … these are great fun in the summer.dads remember to get up early to start filling them as on 1/2" bore pipe and domestic pressure it can take a fair while.also remember cost if you are on a water meter and also plan where you site it so if it should "fail" you know where that volume of water will go in a very short space of time



It used to take hours to refill our pond with a 1/2" garden hose after draining it to clear it out, until I started using a large coil of 1" underground conduit the previous owner had left behind, the wider bore helped as I'd hoped, but also being downhill from the tap meant it would start syphoning the water through faster. Reduced the flow from the kitchen taps quite drastically though, and may have done the same to the neighbours'.
Seanieboy70

good pricewould this be suitable to store Baby sharks?



​Only those without frickin laser beams attached to their frickin heads.
These pools require constant maintenance with chemicals as chlorine is only effective at the right ph level so you need to keep checking it otherwise it'll go all gammy.
When you take it down the grass underneath will be dead and rooting so will stink to high heaven. You need to spread some garden lime on it to neutarlise the smell and sow some grass seeds at the same time if you want to recover the grass.

I got rid of the pool as it's too cold to be much use in the UK and a trampoline is much less fuss.
jyonda

These pools require constant maintenance with chemicals as chlorine is … These pools require constant maintenance with chemicals as chlorine is only effective at the right ph level so you need to keep checking it otherwise it'll go all gammy. When you take it down the grass underneath will be dead and rooting so will stink to high heaven. You need to spread some garden lime on it to neutarlise the smell and sow some grass seeds at the same time if you want to recover the grass. I got rid of the pool as it's too cold to be much use in the UK and a trampoline is much less fuss.



Couldn't you use a pond UV-C clarifier plumbed into the filter pump to keep the water clean (although perhaps only plugged in while people are not in the water), and also feed it through a long coil of black hose spread out in the sun as a crude solar heater?
Edited by: "melted" 12th Jun 2016
melted

Couldn't you use a pond UV-C clarifier plumbed into the filter pump to … Couldn't you use a pond UV-C clarifier plumbed into the filter pump to keep the water clean (although perhaps only plugged in while people are not in the water), and also feed it through a long coil of black hose spread out in the sun as a crude solar heater?



I used a floating dispenser with chorine tablets but you still need to check the ph level with a test strip every couple of days or so. I can't see a solar heater doing much to be honest as it will only raise the temperature by a couple of degrees at best. A cover will help trap in heat and keep out leaves and other stuff (more maintenance) when covered. I considered getting a second hand LAYZSPA pump and heater off ebay to heat the pool but they were too pricey.
£65 in a sea today if that helps anybody
Hot weather will soon be back
Cheers doyley,was after a half decent pool for the back garden
Had same one in asda for £52 on offer
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