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Intex Easy Set 12-Foot by 30-Inch Round Pool Set

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  • Medium-size inflatable pool for smaller children or yards, or for families making their first pool purchase
  • Easy for consumers to carry to the back yard; easy to assemble
  • Filter pump and instructional DVD included
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 22.5 x 11 inches ; 36.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 34 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000OR5X1A
  • Item model number: 28131EG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (296 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,471 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

12' x 30" Easy Set Pool Set (with Filter Pump and DVD) - The easy set pool has brought the enjoyment of backyard swimming to millions of people around the world. Easy sets are easy to assemble, reliable pools that are the best value on the market today. All you need to decide is what size fits your yard the best.

Product Description

Intex 12'x30" East Set Pool Set12'x30" Easy Set PoolSet w/530G Filter Pump, GFCI Sets up and ready forwater in 10 minutes. Water capacity (80%):1,485gallons. Filter is 110-120 volt.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The kids love it!
Ron Deane
Make sure you have a level flat surface or it will not be a perfect circle and the cover will not fit on it.
Joyce McEachron
The air ring had a slow leak.
J. Cook

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

451 of 461 people found the following review helpful By P. Coopersmith on January 9, 2009
This pool is a great buy for the price, but you should understand what you are getting.

1) The sides of the pool rise up as you fill the pool, therefore if you start the pool on an area with a slant you will have problems when the pool fills to the top--one side will have extra material because of the water level. The flatter the surface the better. You can make this work on ground that is somewhat uneven, but it take a lot of work.

2) You MUST make sure that bottom of the pool is pulled out to make a true circle. It is easy to be lazy with this because when there is no water in the pool it can look "good enough," but if you have an oval there is a chance that the water will push out and start to flow out once it is filled.

3) If you plan to put this away year after year get a ground cloth. If the pool is on grass the bottom is IMPOSSIBLE to clean. At the price, I would recommend throwing it out at the end of the season.

4) The pump is very basic. You will need to add chemicals to keep it clean. Get a net to clean the big stuff out.

For the $60-100 price tag you can't really go wrong if what you are looking for is some simple fun and a chance to cool off.
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196 of 223 people found the following review helpful By J. Simpson on May 4, 2009
MAKE the ground flat...I dug out a space for it in my yard, built a little retaining wall around it with cheap paver bricks, filled the area with sand, leveled the sand, and voila. I leave the pool up in the winter with a cover over it, add the algae-cide and chlorine in the spring and its good as new. This is the best 60-70 dollars I've ever spent on my son. He, my nephews, and any other visitors play for hours and hours in the summer time...absolutely awesome for the money. I run the pump on a timer, 8 hours a day, add about 1 - 3 oz of chlorine granules a day in the hot summer, shock it after storms or heavy use, and it stays clear and clean. The directions clearly state that you must set up on level ground. It will collapse under the weight of the water as soon as a little one leans on an uneven side, so DO NOT USE IT ON UN-LEVEL SURFACES. We are off aprox 1" from side to side and that is about the most you can go without probs. I even take dips after mowing the lawn or working in the yard, and my wife and I use it like a cool-tub for romantic eve's. Nice to sit and sip on wine on a hot August night ; )
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Paddy on July 30, 2012
The cons first - because if you understand them and your setup will work within the limitations, this has been a fantastic pool so far after one month. Will update if things change.

Big Limitation:
Yes the ground must be level. My installation is on a patio that slopes toward the yard for drainage, with a difference in height of about 2 inches from one side to the other. It still works for me, with the water level being slightly up on the inflatable ring on the low side, and at the bottom of the ring on the high side.

Unless you want to regularly refill the 1,500 gallons in this pool (which takes about 3 hours with a garden hose at reasonable pressure) you will need chemicals. I have never dealt with treating a pool before, but so far it has been easy. If you take a sample to your local pool store within an hour after collecting it, they can analyze and tell you what you need. Two things they may recommend that you don't necessarily need: water hardener (why is soft water bad? open to comments...) and cyanuric acid (slows down the loss of chlorine due to UV/sun, if you cover your pool this loss is already greatly minimized). The only two chemical items I have found that are needed are chlorine and PH adjusters.

Some have recommended salt water kits to get away from the chemical cost and maintenance burden. I believe the salt water kits can be purchased on Amazon for about $150, so you can weigh if this is a suitable option for you.

The filter in the filter pump does get dirty and probably should be changed every couple of weeks. The filter can be taken out and rinsed to prolong life.
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40 of 49 people found the following review helpful By M. L. Davis on July 20, 2010
Set up:

My husband and I toyed around with the idea of having an in-ground pool installed, but since we are newlyweds and still working on finances, we decided to get a cheapie above-ground pool to tide us over (no pun intended!) It was a pain to set up at first, when we tried to install it on what seemed to be the level part of our yard. Trust me, no matter how level an area seems to be, it isn't. We took it down and moved it to our concrete patio. The instructions say not to install on concrete, but the Intex website said it was fine as long as a ground cover was used. We set up the pool again to find that our seemingly level patio was far from being level at all. Since it was such a cheap pool, we decided to level it by stuffing some old cushions underneath the lower sides after it was emptied, then we filled it back up. It took a few people and a little effort but now the pool is at near-capacity and swims great!

This pool DEFINITELY needs chemicals. The filter is basically useless, except to circulate water around. About 2 weeks after we set the pool up, my husband and I both got TERRIBLE ear infections from the water. Seriously, I had never been in so much pain. My ears bled from the inside and I had an eardrum rupture. I refused to get in the water for 3 weeks after that. Finally we got test strips that tested the Ph, chlorine, alkalinity, etc and got the appropriate chemicals to keep the water clean and healthy.

My husband and I love it. It's perfect for relaxing in the evenings or for getting a tan. We can both fit full-sized floats inside and relax together. It's also fun to walk around the inside perimeter in a circular path (say, counter-clockwise) and create a sort of whirlpool-like current.
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