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Tesco 12Ft Quick Up Pool (Inc Pump & Cover) £34.98
Tesco 12Ft Quick Up Pool (Inc Pump & Cover) £34.98

Tesco 12Ft Quick Up Pool (Inc Pump & Cover) £34.98

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TESCO 12ft QUICK UP POOL Just inflate the top chamber and then fill with water for a quick and convenient pool set up. This pool is 12' (365cm) in diameter when ready and up to 2.5' (75cm) high when fully inflated, holding up to 6,057 litres. Age group 6yrs+

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Original Poster

Age Group 6yrs+
Features of Product Inflated dimensions: 12ft x 12ft x 30"" or 36"" . Inflatable top ring for protection/comfort. Base has a drain plug for ease of emptying. Water capacity either 5,020Ltr or 6,057Ltr. Repair patch included. Just inflate the top chamber and fill with water, quick and convenient
Free Accessories Pool cover included
Product Depth 75 cm
Product Height 365 cm
Product Width 365 cm

If you are on a water meter like me, 6000 ltrs would cost £7 to fill. Just something to bear in mind.

Original Poster

but if you're not....... it's free !!!

wii expert;2518771

but if you're not....... it's free !!!



I know, If only......:cry:

Original Poster

why so cold, this is a bargain,

Could it be because they are dong this one in the sale for £14.95
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/9/SS08203-9189TPS316510.jpg

Been waiting for a deal on the 12ft ones....voted Hot (how could it not be?) There's a lot more to puncture on the one above. Although just realised this doesn't come with the filter and pump. Still a HOT from me!

Original Poster

the one in my deal has a filter pump and cover, the one in the picture, (which is basically a paddling pool by the way) is just a bog standard one for kids.

DOES it come with the filter and pump though 'cos I can't see that it does?

Original Poster

"Tesco 12Ft Quick Up Pool (Inc Pump & Cover) £34.98"

Have you read the title of the post?
oh - and the description on the tesco website!

"quick up" - yeah, apart from the 10 hrs to fill it with water. Then the discovery that no matter what chemicals you put in, once it's rained on it turns green in a week or so. Draining it via a hose is almost impossible so you just deluge your garden with 6000 litres of water.

Don't get me started on why these are so cheap in the first place - all the retailers are well aware that we're not getting much a summer and need to shift their stock!

Original Poster

Kallisti;2519949

"quick up" - yeah, apart from the 10 hrs to fill it with water. Then the … "quick up" - yeah, apart from the 10 hrs to fill it with water. Then the discovery that no matter what chemicals you put in, once it's rained on it turns green in a week or so. Draining it via a hose is almost impossible so you just deluge your garden with 6000 litres of water. Don't get me started on why these are so cheap in the first place - all the retailers are well aware that we're not getting much a summer and need to shift their stock!



once it's rained? it has a cover.......:thinking:

Kallisti;2519949

"quick up" - yeah, apart from the 10 hrs to fill it with water. Then the … "quick up" - yeah, apart from the 10 hrs to fill it with water. Then the discovery that no matter what chemicals you put in, once it's rained on it turns green in a week or so. Draining it via a hose is almost impossible so you just deluge your garden with 6000 litres of water. Don't get me started on why these are so cheap in the first place - all the retailers are well aware that we're not getting much a summer and need to shift their stock!


We've had these pools for 4 or 5 summers now and the only times we've had trouble with green water is when we haven't put enough chlorine in - we haven't even bothered with any other chemicals this year. It's been raining practically solid for about a month here in Wales and the pool is still lovely and clear ... can't use it though because the weather is so bad! :lol: We also have no trouble draining it with a hose straight into a storm drain.

Good find-heat and rep.:)

T--J;2520170

We've had these pools for 4 or 5 summers now and the only times we've had … We've had these pools for 4 or 5 summers now and the only times we've had trouble with green water is when we haven't put enough chlorine in - we haven't even bothered with any other chemicals this year. It's been raining practically solid for about a month here in Wales and the pool is still lovely and clear ... can't use it though because the weather is so bad! :lol: We also have no trouble draining it with a hose straight into a storm drain.


I bought a chem kit from B&Q. It's oxygen granules, ph adjusters and algacide. Completely f'ing useless.

Oh, and yes it has a cover, but it's usually got holes in it - I guess to vent any gasses released from the water, or maybe to prevent it being pulled into the water under the weight of lots of rain water?

Oh well, better go buy a job lot of chlorine, maybe I'll do that while telling B&Q their chem kit is crap?

Original Poster

stop bit**ing and getting upset over a swimming pool! haha

comin up at £49.99

They're now 69.97 in store!!!

Toyrus have the 10ft version (with cover, filter pump) for £24.99

toysrus.co.uk/Pro…223

And this 12ft with Filter, Pump, Cover, Ladder and Maintenance Kit for £79.99 (prob worth it if you want the extras)

toysrus.co.uk/Pro…574

FWIW Woolies have this one Now: £59.99 (Was: £199.99)

woolworths.co.uk/web…547
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