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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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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|Family Swim Center||Seashore Swim Center||Mandarin Swim Center||Pinwheel Swim Center||Beach Wave Swim Center||Family Swim Center|
|Inflated Dimensions (L x W x H):||103in x 69in x 22in||103in x 63in x 18in||90in x 58in x 18in||90in x 90in x 22in||90in x 90in x 22in||120in x 72in x 22in|
|Water Depth (in):||14.5in||12in||13in||11.5in||13in||13in|
|Water Capacity (gal):||198 gallons||169 gallons||137 gallons||182 gallons||330 gallons||269 gallons|
|Other Features:||Deepest water depth||Fun summer beach graphics||Uses the least amount of water||See-through side walls||Most capacity||Classic color combination|
58484EP Features: -Includes drain plug. -Three ring inflatable pool. -Big enough for the whole family. -Free flow exhaust valve. -Pieces Included: Light, bucket, ladle, headrest, thermometer, heater, rocks. Pool Type: -Kiddie pool. Pool Shape: -Rectangle. Wall Type: -Soft. Color: -Blue and white. Primary Material: -Plastic. Number of Items Included: -3. Water Capacity: -264 Gallons. Generic Specifications: -16 Gauge vinyl. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -22". Overall Width - Side to Side: -6 Feet. Overall Length - Front to Back: -10 Feet. Water Depth: -22". Overall Product Weight: -15 lbs.
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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
Legal DisclaimerWe only ship to the lower 48 states (this does not include Hawaii or Alaska).We do not offer lokal pickup or combined shipping.We cannot chip to PO Boxes or APO"s.
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EDIT: I contacted Customer Service today. Unfortunately, they do not offer a warranty on these pools, nor will they ship me the part for free. Granted, the part was only 1.91 - with $5.63 for shipping, I just think it's shoddy customer service to not replace a part that should have shipped with the pool. One star still stands. Anybody else needs a valve housing, it's part number 11538 on the website...Way to go Intex...
After pouring over the countless insightful reviews, we decided to try this 10ft x 6 ft Intex pool. I'm glad I read the box before deciding on a pump... it specifically states NOT to use an air compressor, and warns against over-inflating. Having had no experience with this size of a pool and not wanting it to blow up in my face from over-inflating, I decided to go with the Intex "Double Quick III S Hi-Output Hand Pump", and it worked like a charm for me without too strenuous of an effort (and I'm no spring chicken!) (By the way, I'd read in one of the reviews that this pool holds 1000 gallons of water... that might well be if you fill it completely to the brim, but there's a "max fill" line maybe an inch or two above the lower part of the top portion - it only holds 264 gallons when filled properly.) My fear of over-inflating probably led to under-inflating... I definitely do have to put a little more air in every couple of days, but the nozzle fits perfectly into the valve and it's not too much trouble. We didn't want to kill a 10x6ft section of grass, so we purchased a large, thick tarp, doubled it over and the pool fit perfectly on top of it on the back patio (well, it took up close to 1/3 of the patio, but that was fine - plenty of room still for our patio furniture so I could sit close by.) The drain hole was pretty much pointless, so our solution for emptying it for cleaning is to use a funnel contraption my husband uses for maintenance of his large indoor acquariums... takes a little while, but worked fine and drained right into the grass at the edge of the porch. Then Grandpa simply stood it up while I hosed it out, and we were able to plop it right back down, ready to fill back up without any deflating necessary. (Our back yard is situated among mature trees, so we also purchased an Intex pool cover to keep the majority of the debris out.)
But the bottom line has to be... do our grandsons enjoy it and is it holding up? YES and YES, so far-so good. When the 6 year old first saw it out of the kitchen window, he exclaimed, "WOW GRANDMA, that is AWESOME!!!" Both of them are in the lower percentile of height & weight for their ages, so the 6 year old dons water wings while I keep a full vest on the 2 year old, but I feel perfectly comfortable with the older one playing around in the pool by himself (always within sight, of course) on the dozens of occasions each day that the younger one says, "Gramma - wanna get out?", preferring to alternate pool time with trying to see how many of Grandma's flower gardens he can trample before I can get to him! The pool definitely requires a bit of effort, but the little fellas are worth it, and - at least from my perspective - it's less effort than having to trek to the park every day.