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Intex Garden Hose Drain Plug Connector

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2.9 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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  • One hose drain plug connector
  • Intex model part number 10184

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Product Description

Ideal for draining the water in your pool, fits all Intex Wet Set pools as well as all Sand N Sun pools manufactured by Intex.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003IXF2IG
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,580 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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just an fyi.... you can buy this plug directly from intex for $1.15 with the same amount of time for shipping! i can't believe these people have the ba..s to jack the price up by $8 for a piece of plastic!!!!!

i found something almost identical that worked in the plumbing dept. at our local hardware chain store! go look, unless you don't mind throwing away like $10!
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This drain adapter works, but (as all other reviews have said) leaks, and does
not look like the item Amazon is showing.
See my JPG of the real item.
The thing probably leaks, because it has no gasket.
If you rely on this way of emptying your pool, you will be at it for a couple
of days and that is if you have a small pool; if your pool is over 1500 gallons, I would
recommend using a sump pump, or at least your pool pump until the water line gets down to
the pool exhaust (pump intake) line at which point it starts sucking air and you have to go
to some other system.
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The valve is very good at adapting your garden hose female end to the drain plug on the 12' x 30" pool, but 19.95 for the part (Intex 10184) is quite a bit of markup to swallow. The part is currently 1.45 from Intex and shipping for two (in case I misplace one) of them was 5.33 (first class mail). I was hoping a waterbed drain valve adapter would work, but the threads were different. I am going to put one of them inside the pump chamber so I don't lose it again.
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ORDER THIS DIRECTLY FROM INTEX!! You can order this same item directly from INTEX for $1.50 and ground shipping. I ordered it from here because I needed it asap and I could do the 2 day shipping option from here (which also costs more money). FedEx could not find my address so instead of notifying me, they held the item at the local FedEx shipment plant until I finally called them to track my package. Needless to say, my 2 day shipping will take 6 days and I will not get it until tomorrow (which is 3 days later than I needed it). And this seller is not willing to reimburse me for any of the extra shipping charges I paid for either. This $4.99 product ended up costing me almost $17 and took 6 days to receive it!! I should have just ordered it directly from INTEX in the first place...would have gotten it cheaper and probably faster too!! Very frustrated with this seller and FedEx!!
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First off, the plug I received did not look like the picture. The bit that goes *inside* the pool is a good deal longer than the one in this picture. What this means is, you cannot put this adapter in without it forcing open the seal on the inside of the pool and having water shoot out. To get around this, you can connect this adapter to your garden hose first, but it's considerably harder to attach once it's connected to the hose (since you have a huge pool full of water that's trying to keep the drain pointed at the ground while you screw a whole hose onto it) and you'll still have a bit of spray.

Also keep in mind that in order for this to work, the place you're draining the pool too has to be lower elevation than the water in the pool, otherwise gravity says the water doesn't have to go anyhere. So if the pool is in your backyard (like mine was) and the backyard is lower than the street where the drains are, you can't drain it to the street. You can drain it to the backyard, but if you wanted to do that you wouldn't need a hose, you could just pull the plug and let the thing drain. So even after I spent the $15.00, I ended up going another way.

If you own a pool, you probably also own your home or at least rent a house vs an apartment, so here's my advice: Go to Lowes and spend $50.00 on a submersible pump. Or buy a Submersible pump on Amazon.com, Amazon is cool too. But this adapter is tiny piece of plastic that you're CERTAINLY going to lose after the first time you use it, and on top of that you have to pay $10-15 plus shipping for something that it cost the Chinese eight cents to make. Even if you don't lose it, you'll never use it for anything else ever again other than the one situation of draining your pool..
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We chose this ranking because we did not receive the correct part...it was not the one in the picture and it is not worth the $6 to ship it back, because we needed it asap
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Saw others posting about Intex selling this for cheaper - and they are. Paid a whole $5 including shipping for it, so DON'T buy from here.

As for the leaking issue everyone is complaining about, with a regular hose hookup, yes there is some leaking. More like a constant drip. BUT I found a hose at a hardware store that has a coupling attached to the one end. I used this side to attach to the drain plug connector and had NO leaks whatsoever. So my advice would be to get a coupling or buy a hose with one already attached and you then won't have to deal with the leaking issue.

Other then that though, connector works greats and does the job. We have a 4.5ft by 6ft pool and it took about 2 days to drain the entire pool using the hose and the connector. Nice added thing is that the speed that the water comes out isn't so quick so I was able to put it on the concrete part of our backyard and didn't have any flooding issues on our grass.
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