Intex WetSet Inflatable Playground Paddling Pool Reviews
Product Type: Intex Outdoor Toy
Description:Brand: Intex / Type: Water Toys / Includes waterslide, wading pool, water sprayer, ring toss game, sea snake and ball toss hoop. You purchase your brand new inflatable paddling pool for the kids, you blow it up, fill it up, and you're set to go... Are ... more
Intex WetSet Inflatable Playground Paddling Pool ... paddling pools a simple and affordable way of keeping your little angels entertained during summer or are they a hassle? Tell us about your experiences.
Newest Review: ... this morning. Once it has been laid out, pump is attached and the pool starts to take shape. Pretty easy stuff considering it ... more
Customer Intex WetSet Inflatable Playground Paddling Pool Reviews (7)
by - written on 16/06/01, updated on 19/07/01
The pool is large in diameter (12ft) and deep enough to swim in (30 inches), easy for 2 people to erect quickly, supplied with a 230v filter which is capable of pumping 600litres an hour. The pool is now available with a cover, however we bought our cover separately Sold in Argos for £299. After many years of being fed up of flimsy small pools that did not seem to last one summer, let alone try to store it for next year, we tried to find one that was large enough for our family of 4 children and comfortable for a couple of supervising adults We were fortunate to be visiting a local discount store and saw the pool for sale for £129. Thinking that it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/01, updated on 23/08/01 (Very useful, 1271 readings)
Every summer without fail there is someone who is getting all the sun. Some of us have a glimpse of what summer should be and when we do what else is there but to go digging through your shed or garage and find that paddling pool. Hands up those who packed it away properly so you could just get it out and blow it up!!! Well in our house, first you have to guess where you last saw it, and then battle your way through all the stuff that has accumulated on top of it. Once you have accomplished the mission of retrieving it, there is a sigh of relief when you see that the pump to blow it up with is near by. We then find a place in our garden that is relatively ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/06/01, updated on 28/06/01 (Very useful, 1757 readings)
It was just far too hot one day last summer as the family and I wandered about the hot and dusty streets of Grantham. Desperate to get home and remove all clothing, but remaining decent i was quickly losing my temper as the crowds of people slowly blocked every way for me to move down the street....it was hell.... But then... I was somehow forced through the massive automatic door of Woolworths and swept along with a flock of teenage girls toward the toy department. Oh well, while I was here I supposed it was a good idea to have a quick look at the toys, after all , I did have both kids with me and wouldn't get a moments peace ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/00, updated on 10/09/00 (Very useful, 870 readings)
Way back when our british summer was due to start !! we decided to purchase a new paddling pool for our 4 year old son. The inflatable playground pool by Wet Set looked by all accounts a whole lot of fun. I had seen it in various shops with the average price being between £29.99 and £39.99. When I saw it in a sale for £24.99 I decided to that the plunge. When the sun finally showed itself we decided to inflate it... thats when the fun began. The instructions advise against using a pressure pump to inflate but after half an hour of unsuccessful foot pumping we decided that it was the only option. Unable to find an electric pump suitable for just this purpose - we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/01, updated on 12/05/01 (Very useful, 455 readings)
When I first wanted a paddling pool for my boys I went shopping for something a bit different. They were just getting into pretend playing and like most children they love fire engines and cars ect. Thays why when I saw this pool I was really pleased as it was shapped like a fire engine. It also had a stiring wheel and a hose attachment for added fun, which ment the children could spray each other to keep cool. This pool is quite big and it is deep, the lengh of this pool is 183 cm and the depth is 40cm. It was made of a very durable material and even when fully blown up it remained sterdy and strong. This pool can also be used as a ball pond ... Read the complete review
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