I would have voted hot 2-3 months ago but no storage space for next summer
All Pool Discounts, Offers and Sale - September 2018
I understand the hotel check in/out times but what about arrival and departure times for using their facilities? I’m confused, are we only allowed to be there 3pm-10am
Great... but it looks like the animal village is closed on all those dates??
No good for children as they will be at school midweek.
Theme park is closed at that time however
Yeah, stay there so you don't bother me on my holidays.
I bought this last winter and my daughter (13months) and neice (36 months) loves playing on it this year and will use again next year. Very easy to put up self inflates in minutes.
We regularly buy next year's paddling pool around now. This year's was £1.40 in Sainsbury's in autumn 2017. Lasted the whole summer but invariabley has succumbed to near constant use. Not always a bad deal if the item is useful. Hot! Thanks @wishihadadonkey 8)
Novelty trash and a waste of 35 quid. Post this any later in the year and it will be frozen
most days I don't remember 39mins ago :D Very many congratulations on the new arrival <3
you dont remember it being £39, 51 weeks ago? you posted it lol https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/airprotech-junior-frozen-bouncy-castle-house-slide-pool-originally-130-still-60-at-tesco-direct-now-39-del-tesco-ebay-2793557 Having welcomed my first born into this world 3 weeks ago, i feel i need to buy one of these ready for when Frozen 2 comes out. Thanks @wishihadadonkey
Was a couple in Newton aycliffe end of last week week great price to put away for our next fantastic summer!
None in Tesco Dudley.
I paid £25 about a month ago that was normal price in Tesco
Nothing fast set about these. Got one and it needs an electric pump.
Yes it's been a silly price for a while now. I'l have to keep checking
I bought this last year (£80) and its really good, kids can spend a couple of hours in the pool instead of 20 mins. I have a 12” frame pool. The price is silly now, this must be old stock and there’s a newer version. I’ll put on on Friday night for weekend swimming. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000PGQ3HI/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Are there any heater's for swimming pools?
priced at £30 at my local but went through till at £12.50
These are good, bought one a few weeks back and it's still up in the garden.
Wasn’t looking for one thanks.
Just been to Tesco Newton aycliffe, noticed they had the Sharp £24 microwave in stock again if your after one
'Inflatable clam' some people's keywords are going crazy atm (lol) (lol) (lol)
Just print is 3D! Carousel 3D Family Pool. With a sturdy 2 ring design, the inside of this pool is filled with images of colourful boats and fish for you to discover. Put on one of the pairs of adjustable 3D goggles, take a dip underwater and watch as the animals come to life! When it’s time to pack away, remove the plug from the pool to quickly and easily drain away the water. Put on the adjustable 3D goggles to make the animals come to life Sturdy 2 ring design Remove the plug from the pool to quickly drain Assembled Height 46cm Assembled Width 175cm Assembled Depth 262cm
This. Takes hours to fill and kids only play in it for half and hour as they get freezing. Better with a smaller pool.
I've got one very similar to this ( looks identical but iirc was Wilko own branded). It's good for kids, holds lots of water but it's a pain to fold up and put away - it will never fit back in the box it came in once it's been Inflated so it sits in a loosely folder pile in my she'd...takes up quite a lot of space.
It’s National... saw it on three stores today (on a goose chase for something else). Comes with two sets of kids goggles too...
Not sure this is nationwide
Plenty of water in Newcastle
Use buckets. Lots of buckets.
Just what you need in a hosepipe ban.
Shame its not C&C
Think I might splash out
oh I ask as I bought 2, tried one and didn't find them comfortable so was considering returning, it you say there's a fault to ...did you have two and they both deflated?
was it the sun/pool lounger one?
No mate, I don’t sell online & have no plans either (angel)
You are going to be busy on eBay for the next few days !
Bought this for £22 from Tesco direct a month or so ago. On collection it was scratched and it didn't fit in the car. Left it back-to-back Tesco gave me a £10 good will voucher
Now down to £14.99
Because he is gay?
I think we know why he’s in the water and not on the inflatable (excited)
Go for it (pirate)
Will this fit 1 fat woman? Asking for a friend who wants her timbers shivered
Well i now know who you are Mr. Edward Nygma, aka the Riddler. My question to you is, does a blind man hear sandles or flip flops at the beach?
Yes but fairs are not always fair, and shoes have eyes and tongues but they do not see nor eat, and tables and chairs have legs yet do not walk. Bolt To hold together (as in mechanical bolting) or to separate by fleeing. Clip To connect (as with a paper clip) or to detach (as in clipping your hedge). Fix To repair (as in putting together) or to castrate (as in cutting apart). Garnish To add to (as with food preparation ) or to take away (as with wages). Handicap An advantage (to insure equality, as in golf) or a disadvantage (that prevents or minimizes equal achievement). Hold up To support (as in Liberty holding up the torch) or to impede (as in holding up legislation). Lease To rent property, or to offer property for rent. Out Visible (as with the moon) or invisible (as with an electric light). Sanction To approve, or to boycott. Screen To present, or to conceal. Skin To remove (as in skinning an animal for its fur). or to cover. Trim To decorate (as with a Christmas tree) or to remove excess (as with a mustache). Wear To endure, or to deteriorate. Wind up To start (as with a clock) or to end (as with a business).
But Oranges are Orange, no?
The English language is not determined by how you decide things are named, unfortunately for you.
They still make the flip flop sound when i wear 'em so, its flip flops from me and flip flops from him. G'night.
Add one kettle of hot water. Simple but works
Any ideas on how to heat the water so that at least it's at room temperature? Water gets so cold in the pool we have that we ended up emptying it and putting it back.
Looks good and a good price, but in the picture where are the guys legs? And why is the head spraying when it hasn't been attached to a hose? More realistic pictures can be found here which also give a better idea of the size: http://www.nottinghamroadmethodist.co.uk/jilong-turtle-spray-inflatable-kiddie-pool-for-ages-3-69-x-27.6-b01h3tkwsa.html
we struggled with that, think it might be easier once its full as it has no where to drop down. edit: yup, with the pool full its wel easy to put the cover on. need a solar one though as its freezeing. As for steps, i recommend getting those small plastic square block type steps (like kids use for toilet training) two of those, one in and one out. its easier than those up and over ladders which are as flimsey as anything.
Has anyone managed to get the pool cover on? I tried yesterday and struggled for about an hour. If it helps i found a trick using pants hangers behind the poles to stop the cover from slipping in the pool
Hiya did you manage to get one people are still trying. Good Luck
Thanks for the info :D
Hiya do you know if there are any left please?