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Bestway H2OGO Inflatable Rectangular Pool (10' x 6' & 22")

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Woot has Bestway H2OGO Inflatable Rectangular Pool (10' x 6' & 22", 54009E) for $21.99. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime Members (must login with your Amazon account) or is otherwise $6 per order.

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Features:
  • Extra wide side walls with 3 equal rings
  • Sturdy pre-tested I-beam construction
  • Room for the whole family
  • Size: 10 ft. x 6 ft. x 22 in.
  • Perfect for kids, ages 6+
  • Textured pattern on sidewalls
  • Quick and easy setup
  • Water Capacity: 307 gal. (1,161 L)

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    • The 10' X 6' X 22" Bestway H2OGO Inflatable Rectangular Pool is $7.91 lower (29% savings) than the next available reputable merchant's sale price, starting at $29.90.
    • Estimated delivery Sep 20 - Sep 22
    • Price valid until 9/30 or while supplies last
  • About this product:
    • Rating of 4.3 from over 410 Amazon customer reviews.
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Tools.woot.com [woot.com] has 10' X 6' X 22" Bestway H2OGO Inflatable Rectangular Pool for $21.99. Shipping is $6 or free w/ Prime.

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At time of post, our research shows this 10' X 6' X 22" Bestway H2OGO Inflatable Rectangular Pool is $7.91 lower (~29% savings) than the next available reputable merchant's sale price, starting at $29.90.
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Sweet memories of summer of 2020. Pools selling for $200 because everyone wanted one. Remember how lucky I got finding one in stock at a Dicks for an inflated-but-reasonable price. Had to drive around 2 hours to pick it up all told but my kids got to swim. Thing just died about 2 weeks ago, thinking ill grab this. Thanks OP

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Have this same pool rebranded the target house brand. Our 3.5 year olds love it and it took them about a month and a half of daily beatings to make it start losing air. At $22 I'll probably buy another.
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Sweet memories of summer of 2020. Pools selling for $200 because everyone wanted one. Remember how lucky I got finding one in stock at a Dicks for an inflated-but-reasonable price. Had to drive around 2 hours to pick it up all told but my kids got to swim. Thing just died about 2 weeks ago, thinking ill grab this. Thanks OP
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These make good pool floats too.
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I bought another pool for 35 bucks same size. Going to buy this as well because kids + sun love breaking these things. Nice find. Thanks OP!
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Been trying to find the small holes in ours to repair but still can't fix it. Top 2 sections deflate over 4 hours.

Anyone found a good way to filter these to remove the slippery scum (or whatever it is)? Was thinking of trying to make one with a bilge pump... Haven't thought it through yet
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Quote from qmcquackers :
Sweet memories of summer of 2020. Pools selling for $200 because everyone wanted one. Remember how lucky I got finding one in stock at a Dicks for an inflated-but-reasonable price. Had to drive around 2 hours to pick it up all told but my kids got to swim. Thing just died about 2 weeks ago, thinking ill grab this. Thanks OP
Yep same here. Good times!
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Perfect for Twitch girls.
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I'm pretty sure I purchased this one about 2 months ago, but the walmart house branding. I used it in my living room with carpet,I need to buy a water pump to remove it when I'm done because it's a pain in my back to scoop it all out(not doing that again). Super big and fun. At 22$ it's a nice investment for a little fun. I'm sure these don't last very long. I'm 5'11" and I fit very comfortable on the shorter side. I stored it wet and I'm sure

Will buy again.
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My dogs have a blast in this thing, would recommend
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Quote from eduardojlino :
I'm pretty sure I purchased this one about 2 months ago, but the walmart house branding. I used it in my living room with carpet,I need to buy a water pump to remove it when I'm done because it's a pain in my back to scoop it all out(not doing that again). Super big and fun. At 22$ it's a nice investment for a little fun. I'm sure these don't last very long. I'm 5'11" and I fit very comfortable on the shorter side. I stored it wet and I'm sure

Will buy again.
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So for a pool this size, would you guys recommend using chemicals in it? Don't want to constantly keep draining / filling it

I obviously don't know anything about pools lol
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So for a pool this size, would you guys recommend using chemicals in it? Don't want to constantly keep draining / filling it

I obviously don't know anything about pools lol
Too small for chemicals
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Quote from willdong86 :
So for a pool this size, would you guys recommend using chemicals in it? Don't want to constantly keep draining / filling it

I obviously don't know anything about pools lol
You could try adding 1/4 cup bleach on sunny days, or 1/8 cup on cloudy days. Should let you extend the life of the water for several weeks.
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