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Intex 24ft X 12ft X 52in Ultra Frame Rectangular Pool Set with Sand Filter Pump & Saltwater System, Ladder, Ground Cloth, Pool Cover, Deluxe Maintenance Kit & Volleyball Set
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- Engineered for strength, the ultra frame pool is supported by strong, durable steel frames which are powder coated for rust resistance and beauty
- Ready for water in 60 minutes; Water capacity: (90-percent) 8403 gallons; Includes: set-up and maintenance DVD
- Includes: Krystal clear filter pump and saltwater system; Ladder; Ground cloth; Debris cover; Deluxe pool maintenance kit; Volleyball set
- Super-Tough laminated PVC sidewalls; Convenient drain plug that connects to a garden hose so water can be drained away from pool or house area
- New dual suction outlet fittings improve water circulation resulting in better water hygiene and clarity
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|Item Dimensions||52 x 144 x 288 inches|
|Item Weight||374 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||28365EH|
|Shipping Weight||431.6 pounds|
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Have an amazing time with family and friends with the colossal Intex Rectangular Ultra Frame Pool Set. Engineered for strength, the Ultra Frame Pool is supported by strong, durable steel frames which are powder coated for rust resistance and beauty. Your backyard will be the place to be all summer as your family can relax and play. Connect the Krystal Clear Sand Filter pump to enjoy clear, sparkling water. Equipped with the Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter, which is an added safety feature that shuts off the pump if electrical current is exposed to water. Ready for water in 60 minutes, - follow the instructional DVD for easy set up, and enjoy the fun! Water capacity: (90-percent) 8,403 gallons. Includes: Krystal Clear Filter pump and Saltwater System. Ladder. Ground Cloth. Debris Cover. Deluxe Pool Maintenance Kit. Volleyball Set. Set-up and maintenance DVD. SUPER-TOUGH laminated PVC sidewalls. Convenient drain plug that connects to a garden hose so water can be drained away from pool or house area.
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Update: Read instructions, here are a couple of things to be made aware of. At the beginning of the first use, you will need 90 pounds of salt and 60 pounds of sand. While all can be bought at places like Walmart or pool companies, it will cost you another $35 dollars for all. Not a ton of money, but additional cost. Also the pump that is mentioned above, seems to be the default pump, so if you want a pump that is not at the edge of useability, that will cost another $329. Pool cover is heavy and the twine that comes with it tears the plastic holes to easy. I don't have much faith in the ladder as far as holding the weight of anyone over the age of 13, so I went and got a heavier duty one, capable of holding 300 pounds.
Final update: It took 4 guys to put it together, you might get away with 3, but the pool liner and the frame are very heavy so be aware. Took about a day to fill it with one hose, I contacted my water provider and gave them the starting and ending numbers on my account, that way I didn't have to pay the sewer charge. Pool seems to be holding the water well. I am building a deck, but that is my choice. Once all the work is done, I'm sure it will be worth having it in the Florida summer. Final grade is 3 stars. I took a way 1and 1/2 stars for the pump being at it's max, 1/2 a star for the ladder provided not being very sturdy, and 1/2 a star for the cover not having grommets to hold better and not tear.
One minor update. Jacksonville has terrible water, so after a month the pump kept saying low salt, I added salt with no results. Then I noticed the plates for chlorine generator were covered with calcium, I took out the unit, put it in a glass full of vinegar, waited for the calcium to dissolve, re-installed the unit, and perfect, back to working order.
Our yard is fairly flat, but a total of about 2" front to back means we had a lot of leveling to do. Plus, we live at the beach and our soil is sand, not the idea surface for this pool. My wife and I built a sturdy frame out of pressure treated 2x10's which we this installed into the ground, burying them anywhere from 8" to 6" below ground, leaving about 2" above ground at the highest point. A bit more out of the ground at the rear. We poured 4 yards of good tamping sand into the frame and leveled it. This took about 4 days total and was a LOT of hard and sweaty work. My sister-in-law even helped out for a day. But in the end we had a level, soft, and well-packed foundation to build upon.
Intex says ready for water in 90 minutes. They are not really lying about that. Not including the ground prep mentioned above, my wife and I assembled the pool and had it ready for water in less than 2 hours. We did let the sun heat up the liner pretty good, but we had no problems getting the poles slid into the sleeves. We did not use water, veggie oil, or anything else, they slid in pretty easy. Because we are on sand, I had to install 16" square concrete pavers under each leg to support the weight. That was an additional expense of about $70 at Lowes, but I am sure will help keep the pool level and settle properly. From the liner being on the ground to upright was about 60 minutes. Another 30 minutes of moving everything around and standing it up on its legs and we were putting in water.
While the water was going in, I started hooking up the filter and pump assembly. This was mostly quite easy, but is the reason why I dinged Intex a star. The parts did not match the documentation, nor the DVD, nor the online videos. I realize they make changes regularly, but they include 5 different instruction manuals with the pool and accessories, and you end up referencing them all. They do not make a single manual for THIS pool, you get manuals for various pools and parts, and some parts you won't even use. The only place this was a problem was when making the final 2 hose connections from the pool to the pump. I thought we were missing parts until I realized that I needed to hook 2 smaller hoses up to a shutoff valve using hose clamps and then to the pump. This was described nowhere, all I had to go on was looking at the remaining parts and figuring it out. It wasn't really that hard, but it should be clearer. The drawings in the manual are SMALL. My aging eyes could not tell what they were trying to show me, forcing me to watch the videos more than I would have liked.
At this point, everything is hooked up and water is flowing into the pool. Looking forward to enjoying it for many years to come.