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    You know the ones - they're round & about 10 feet in diameter. Not really paddling pools as they are actually quite deep. Perfect for lazing around in with a G&T on a hot summers day.

    Anyone got one? Did you bother getting a heater with it? Any particular recommendations?

    Actually, the best recommendation would be to not buy one as the rest of the summer is bound to be a washout if I do.

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    Is this a pool where you paddle adults?
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    I've seen quite a few of these while were looking for hot tubs. They can seat up to 6 in some I believe. Pretty darn cheap, about £500 quid for a 4 seater I think it was.

    I'd steer away unless you don't mind wasting a bit of money. It's going to be a fad like giant trampolines that will just end up either rotting away or curled up in the back of the garage IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    I'd steer away unless you don't mind wasting a bit of money. It's going to be a fad like giant trampolines that will just end up either rotting away or curled up in the back of the garage IMO.
    Agreed - it'll get ******* awful if you leave it out and it'll be too much of a faff to get out each time it's warm enough to bother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwdan View Post
    Agreed - it'll get ******* awful if you leave it out and it'll be too much of a faff to get out each time it's warm enough to bother.
    Hmmm... Point taken.

    Maybe we'll all have to cool off under OH's sprinkler attachment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gittins Gal View Post
    Hmmm... Point taken.

    Maybe we'll all have to cool off under OH's sprinkler attachment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    I've seen quite a few of these while were looking for hot tubs. They can seat up to 6 in some I believe. Pretty darn cheap, about £500 quid for a 4 seater I think it was.

    I'd steer away unless you don't mind wasting a bit of money. It's going to be a fad like giant trampolines that will just end up either rotting away or curled up in the back of the garage IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    Trampolines are nearly as prevalent as Sky dishes in the north east
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