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Have had this on my wishlist since summer. Priced at $22.10, with $1.08 instant savings at checkout. Free shipping with prime.

Intex Swim Center Inflatable Family Lounge Pool, 88" X 85" X 30", for Ages 3+ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OTJ5...FAbGZS6JJQ

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If I had a large swimming pool I wouldn't need this piece of junk in the first place.
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Seems like blowing it up and testing it out upon receipt would be the sensible solution.
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You don't have to have it laying down in the functional position to test for holes. Inflate it standing vertical or any orientation you want. Deflate and repack after test.
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I have a possible weird question. If you buy this now but obviously can't use it til it's warmer...what happens if you go to inflate it and it has a hole? The return window is done...what else-if anything- can be done? I only ask this because several reviewers had this issue (they returned or replaced it no problem cause it was in the return window).
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I have a possible weird question. If you buy this now but obviously can't use it til it's warmer...what happens if you go to inflate it and it has a hole? The return window is done...what else-if anything- can be done? I only ask this because several reviewers had this issue (they returned or replaced it no problem cause it was in the return window).
Seems like blowing it up and testing it out upon receipt would be the sensible solution.
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Seems like blowing it up and testing it out upon receipt would be the sensible solution.
I thought that initially but I don't have the room to do that...except outside. But there is a foot of snow out there
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and ? Start shoveling.
Or move to California and pay a million dollar to buy a shack :-(
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I thought that initially but I don't have the room to do that...except outside. But there is a foot of snow out there
You don't have to have it laying down in the functional position to test for holes. Inflate it standing vertical or any orientation you want. Deflate and repack after test.
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I have a possible weird question. If you buy this now but obviously can't use it til it's warmer...what happens if you go to inflate it and it has a hole? The return window is done...what else-if anything- can be done? I only ask this because several reviewers had this issue (they returned or replaced it no problem cause it was in the return window).
You would have to set it up. Fill it up and test it when you get it but not use it once you see it works you deflate it then save it for summer
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I try not to buy any more of these inflatables. They are not durable and wind up leaking quickly and it's a PIA to try and locate the leak so it goes in the trash.
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I try not to buy any more of these inflatables. They are not durable and wind up leaking quickly and it's a PIA to try and locate the leak so it goes in the trash.

the best way to find the leaks is, inflate it and then submerge it in a larger swimming pool and watch for the bubbles....keep an eye on the leak...take it out....mark it....let the air out and dry it really well and then you can patch it.
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the best way to find the leaks is, inflate it and then submerge it in a larger swimming pool and watch for the bubbles....keep an eye on the leak...take it out....mark it....let the air out and dry it really well and then you can patch it.
If I had a large swimming pool I wouldn't need this piece of junk in the first place.
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If I had a large swimming pool I wouldn't need this piece of junk in the first place.
You found the joke
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If I had a large swimming pool I wouldn't need this piece of junk in the first place.
hahahaha good point
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