Intex Swim Center Family Inflatable Pool, 120" X 72" X 22", for Ages 6+
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- 120" x 72" x 22" large family pool
- 3 air chambers each with double intake and free flow exhaust valve
- 264 gallon capacity
- 15 gauge vinyl. This product does NOT come with a pump.
- Extra wide side walls for comfort
- Drain Plug Included
- Check the area under and around the pool for any sharp objects and/or debris that may cause a puncture
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Make a splash this summer with the intex swim center family pool! the wide side walls allow for maximum play room, and three air chambers, each with a combo valve, make inflation and deflation a breeze.
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Intex swim center family pool. 120" x 72" x 22" large family pool. 3 air chambers each with double intake and free flow exhaust valve. 264 gallon capacity. 15 gauge vinyl. Extra wide side walls for comfort
Top customer reviews
The hardest part is inflation. I have a cannon shaped hand inflator that's about 18" long. This works great for my inflatable kayak, but really is too small for this pool! I usually take turns with a friend while adding water, they pump air.
Quality seems to be very high. I was not concerned with it popping from any rocks or debris in the sand. But I wouldn't set this up in grass where there are sticks, thorns or other things that could be sharp that you can't see until it's too late.
Other than that I bought some chemicals to keep it clean so that I don't have to change the water every few days, and also I recommend putting a pan with water by the pool, so that the kids step in that first to clean off their feet before getting inside. I know it's a drag, but otherwise you'll need a pool vacuum, because your water will be dirty with dirt, grass...
I also cover it at night with a tarp I already had sitting in the garage, just use 4 bricks to hold it down.
*update* - I did receive the replacement, and this time all 3 chambers hold the air just fine; the pool has been in use for 4 days now and I haven't had to put more air in. The inconvenience part was having to ship the old pool back. Amazon covered that charge, but you can never fold these things the way they were before and make them fit in the box. So I shipped it back in the cardboard box I received the new one in and shoved it in the Intex box as much as I could and just left that box open; it fit fine in the cardboard box. I didn't know how picky they'd be about returning in original packaging...
my kiddo loves it and uses this every day. I'm considering buying a little pool vacuum too, because just the chemicals is not enough. there's still dirt on the bottom of the pool that makes the water look dirty (but at least smells like a clean pool)
Hope that helps.
1. Make sure there are NO rocks,roots,twigs, etc under the spot it is going. 2. Use a tarp underneath the pool, and if at all possible, some play sand. 3. If your yard has squirrels,chipmunks,rabbits, etc. that may pop the pool, spray some Animal-B-Gone around the perimeter of the yard, then around the area where the pool is going. I did this 2 weeks before setting up the pool and it worked right away! I have not seen one animal in my yard since. It has a minty odor and is safe for kids and pets. Wild animals just don't like it. 4. One of the most important tips of all, do not overinflate the pool. It will expand a little in the hot sun and this could be why some have had seams burst the very first day.
If you follow these tips and store it carefully, you should be able to get a few years out if it at least.