Trick is to give them a small skateboard and drop in from the top...much more fun for them
Save yourself the trouble and throw your cash down the drain. If you have ready ordered one and your local household recycling center requires you to book - get yourself an appointment now. As mentioned a lot smaller than they look, my 2 year old is small but by the time he sits at the top of the slide he's feet are already at the bottom. Trash.
Ordered without reading comments. Read comments and cancelled immediately (:I (:I (:I
Not worth it. We've had it, wouldn't buy it again.
These are usually 2 for £15. Two year old loves it though. It is tiny though.
I'd say it's definitely too small for a 4/5 year old. Don't get me wrong, they'd have fun splashing around, but the slide would be useless - I'd say it's suited to up to 3, maybe a small 4 at a push
Brilliant now all we need is the sun 🌞
Sorry just seen this deal - is this ideal for a rather tall 4 year old? The slide looks a little small for that age but hard to tell from the photo
Oh that's a pity! The reviews on Argos are generally very good, however they are some on there that also experienced punctures like yourself
We had this exact pool a couple of years ago, bought for about the same price IIRC. While it is great for little kids (say 1 to 3 years) to play in, we found that (1) it punctured really easily, and (2) it takes ages to blow up as the sections are all independent, so you have to keep disconnecting and reconnecting the pump. And that's not advantageous like you might think it would be - if one section does go flat and can't be repaired, the rest of it is basically useless as the flat section gets in the way so you end up binning something that's 90% intact.