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Seascape Family Pool, 8.5-ft x 5.75-ft x 20-in $24.99 (Reg. $49.99) July 25-31

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[Canadian Tire] Seascape Family Pool, 8.5-ft x 5.75-ft x 20-in $24.99 (Reg. $49.99) July 25-31

I know it's been hard to find inflatable pools this summer. Canadian Tire will have this on sale starting Friday. Whether or not they actually have them in stock is another question.

This will also be on sale for 50% off.

Deluxe Crystal Inflatable Pool, 5-ft x 20-in
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/delu ... 13013.html
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Is it becuz of lock down that pool prices have gone sky high? I remember buying these inflatables 1-2 years ago but now prices have skyrocketed and there is no stock anywhere
hill15 wrote: I know it's been hard to find inflatable pools this summer. Canadian Tire will have this on sale starting Friday. Whether or not they actually have them in stock is another question.

This will also be on sale for 50% off.

Deluxe Crystal Inflatable Pool, 5-ft x 20-in
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/delu ... 13013.html
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how do people deflate these after use in their backyard? just dump all the water on the grass/deck?
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chowder wrote: how do people deflate these after use in their backyard? just dump all the water on the grass/deck?
The Deluxe Crystal Inflatable Pool, 5-ft x 20-in has a valve at the bottom. I dump the water on my grass or patio stones. As we use it daily, I deflate it only if we are going to have high winds.
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some terrible reviews and some awesome. any rfd'ers who have one of these care to review?
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Stock at my local CT stores (Abbotsford BC), but price shows $50
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good to know.
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EJF777 wrote: Stock at my local CT stores (Abbotsford BC), but price shows $50
mate ... the title says July 25-31
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order now for store pickup, do adjustment when u pickup on the 25th
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vroomsden wrote: The Deluxe Crystal Inflatable Pool, 5-ft x 20-in has a valve at the bottom. I dump the water on my grass or patio stones. As we use it daily, I deflate it only if we are going to have high winds.
How do you keep the water clean? Chlorine?
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mooseymoose wrote: some terrible reviews and some awesome. any rfd'ers who have one of these care to review?
This is the 3rd year that my son plays in this pool, I haven’t read any reviews when I bought it, but so far so good. What could go wrong anyway.
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Pretty small 'family' pool. Good for smaller kids to keep cool in the back yard I guess. And once they get bored, you could fill it with ice and beer for your next big party.
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Is there any link or is it part of the flyer this week? i dont see this deal anywhere.
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abiqa28 wrote: Is there any link or is it part of the flyer this week? i dont see this deal anywhere.
That is strange. I don't see it either. I saw a preview flyer on Tuesday.
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I've had several inflatable pools. Two were torn by raccoons and one was cut by one of my kids. My kids never sit and relax (or play) in the pool. They just get in and out a hundred times and fill it with crap.
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I had this but the last crazy thunderstorm/hurricane managed to blow it away, smacking my exterior light, 8 inch cut.

So i'm out of a pool and I have a light to replace or repair....

Otherwise it's a good small pool, fits one adult or 3-4 kids.
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I have a kids inflatable pool from Costco and here's a couple thoughts. If you get a small puncture you need to find it and it can be easily repaired. Fill a spray bottle with soapy water, locate the suspected puncture area, spray liberally, and watch for bubbles. Clean and dry the area thoroughly and then use an appropriate patch of TearAid to seal the hole. https://www.amazon.ca/Tear-Aid-Repair-P ... 157&sr=8-4

As mentioned above, the water can get pretty gross from the kids getting in and out, bugs, and even after covering it with a tarp for a couple days it gets murky and slimy. Instead of dumping the water out onto your patio it might be nice to water other parts of your garden and yard. I have a utility pump like this one (https://www.princessauto.com/en/detail/ ... -p8867384e) that I hook a garden hose up and pump the water out to water the grass and flowerbeds about 50ft away. If you want it to run a sprinkler or something you'll need a higher HP pump.
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mooseymoose wrote: some terrible reviews and some awesome. any rfd'ers who have one of these care to review?
I bought one regular price a month ago and we've had no issues so far with deflating. But a buddy of mine has bought a couple of them in the past and said they won't last more than a season. FYI It was almost impossible finding stock in GTA area even at regular price so hopefully they have enough inventory for the sale.

I figured for $50, the price was fine even if it only entertains the kids for a couple weeks before it pops. Anything to keep them busy during quarantine. Bit too small to be a "family" pool though.

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