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[Giant Tiger] Funatic Inflatable Family Pool - 10ft. - $29.99 - FS

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Feb 19, 2008
21 posts
10 upvotes
Toronto
FYI - Ordered from GT yesterday and no update on the order as yet.
Member
Nov 22, 2016
385 posts
157 upvotes
Order shipped! Ordered yesterday shortly after op posted about it.
Newbie
Dec 20, 2016
75 posts
112 upvotes
Ordered last night and it was ready for pickup at my local GT this morning. The kids might even end up using it this weekend if the forecast stays nice!
Jr. Member
Nov 3, 2018
144 posts
68 upvotes
What do you guys put in the water to keep if fresh? More chlorine? How often?
Jr. Member
Jan 27, 2010
154 posts
45 upvotes
Toronto
amkorp wrote: It's a $29.99 kiddie inflatable pool. What are you expecting? If you want to practice your 10 metre dives for the 2021 Summer Olympics, you'd be better off buying something else.
Well genius, if you happened to read the reviews, many mention that it breaks after 1 use or stops inflating all together.
So maybe I was expecting something I could get more than 1 use out of? That seems like a reasonable expectation.
How about you contribute something useful to this thread instead of taking out your pent up aggression here.
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Sep 29, 2008
1134 posts
964 upvotes
Toronto - Markham/Sc…
CamGuy85 wrote: Well genius, if you happened to read the reviews, many mention that it breaks after 1 use or stops inflating all together.
So maybe I was expecting something I could get more than 1 use out of? That seems like a reasonable expectation.
How about you contribute something useful to this thread instead of taking out your pent up aggression here.
Again, it's a $30 kiddie inflatable pool. They aren't using marshmallows to build the thing. It's the standard rubber and vinyl albeit it may be thin. You'll have to be careful with it. If you base all your life decisions on 1 review on walmart's site, you'll run into a lot of issues down the road. Just saying, hope that was useful enough?
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Aug 10, 2013
2137 posts
517 upvotes
Toronto
I had this thing total garbage but worth 29.99 I guess. I personally wouldn’t buy it again. After a couple days one side will inevitably start sagging, another girlfriend of mine had the same pool with the same issue
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Feb 1, 2004
2062 posts
1200 upvotes
Mississauga
Heavenleigh85 wrote: I had this thing total garbage but worth 29.99 I guess. I personally wouldn’t buy it again. After a couple days one side will inevitably start sagging, another girlfriend of mine had the same pool with the same issue
You left it inflated for multiple days? Normally with these things I inflate before use and deflate right after.
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Dec 6, 2017
708 posts
350 upvotes
Manitoba
Shipment is delayed...SMH I was hoping to get to use it this weekend...
one more deal and I'm out * involuntary tick*.... :twisted:
Member
Feb 10, 2008
203 posts
42 upvotes
Toronto
Thinking about this for my turtle in the backyard for the summer. How thick is the plastic, would my turtle's claws be sharp enough to puncture it?
Deal Fanatic
Jul 7, 2004
5636 posts
1360 upvotes
My dad bought this for my kids last year and didn't last too long. We ended up getting a 12' x 40" one they had there for $169 and it's the best money I've ever spent. The kids love it and the wife and I go in it too. To think an above ground pool a little larger probably goes for thousands and thousands of dollars and this is under $200.
Jr. Member
Apr 10, 2013
185 posts
18 upvotes
What do you guys usually use to inflate / deflate? Do you have an electric pump?
Deal Addict
Jul 7, 2008
1114 posts
602 upvotes
Funny, just got back from walmart. Paid $29.99 also.
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