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International Playthings iPlay Baby Activity Pool Inflatable Pool w/Sunshade
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- Versatile activity pool can be filled with water for sunny outdoor fun or use play balls (sold spera
- Complete with sunshade and 7 attachable pool toys.
- Inflated size is approximately 47.25" x 47.25" x 33.5".
- Ages 9 months & up.
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I would buy it again if it was available. I is so beautiful and protects from the sun. It's a shame it's not available.Published on February 9, 2014 by Marissa Garcia
With its incorporated inflatable sunshade, this little paddling pool is ideal for little children when the weather gets hot. Read morePublished on February 7, 2013 by Christine Holt
We used this without the water. We found it to be messy and our daugter wasn't that excited by it as an infant.Published on December 10, 2010 by annie
Quick shipment, item as described. Makes a great ball pit. What a fun little pool this was for my daughter. Got lots of use out of it!! Definitely recommend!Published on January 27, 2010 by AMP
I bought thuis for our daughter to use this past summer. She was 6-9 months when we used the product.
When we purchased it I loved everything about the product. Read more
i got this for my daughter when she was 12 months. It's adorable and she really likes it. We filled it with balls since it was Christmas time. Read morePublished on May 14, 2009 by M. McNett
My 7 month old daughter loves this pool. She's constantly splashing and grabbing the cute little toys that come with it. I like the semi-shade thing it has going on too. Good fun.Published on May 2, 2009 by S. Colgin
My Son Loves This Pool Indoors And Outside!!!! We Have The Balls For Winter And We Use It With Water In The Summer :) This Is Our 2nd Summer With The Pool, And I Can't Wait For Our... Read morePublished on April 27, 2009 by Brett Fritts