ELC Pop Up Pool Reviews
Product Type: ELC Outdoor Toy
Description:Brand: Early Learning Centre / Type: Pop up paddling pool with sunshade
Newest Review: ... that can be easily attached to protect children from the sun's harmful rays when playing outside. It also comes with a ... more
Customer ELC Pop Up Pool Reviews (3)
by - written on 16/05/12 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Looking to kill two birds with one stone and find my son a pool that could act as a paddling pool or a pool for a ball pit. When browsing online, we came across this Pop Up Pool from the Early Learning Centre. It appealed to us as there is no need to pump it up and it could be used both inside and out. It was also part of the 3 for 2 promotion on outdoor toys so we purchased with two sets of playballs. The pool itself cost £25 and is suggested for use from 9 months of age (please note the ELC website contradicts this and states it is for use from 2 years, but this is incorrect). THE POOL The pool comes in quite a small, neat cardboard box - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
A couple of summers ago my son was bought this as a present for his 1st birthday. I wanted something that was big enough to fit two toddlers in, was easy to assemble, quick to fill, and overall not to much hassle. You don't want to be filling something up with a lot of water when you have two small children under foot trying to strip off, as well as a cat trying to get in on the action. I was also keen on something that would offer a little bit of shade as our garden can be a real sun trap. My sister bought it from the early learning centre, and i think it cost around £10. I immediately liked this because it wasn't an inflatable pool. I didn't have the extra ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/11 (Very useful, 104 readings)
As last summer approached, my son's very generous Granny decided to buy him a paddling pool. She arrived one day in June with not only a pool, but a big bag of plastic balls so that he could also use it as his very own ball pit. The item in question was a Pop Up Pool from the Early Learning Centre, which was packaged in a large, fairly flat cardboard box with a picture of the fully assembled pool on the front. Inside the box, we found the pool and a co-ordinating sun-shade, neatly folded into a handy black mesh carry bag, with a set of instructions. I was most impressed by the inclusion of the carry bag, as theoretically this meant the pool would be easily ... Read the complete review
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