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Summer Waves 18ft x 48in Inflatable Swimming pool SET on clearance for $268

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Summer waves 18ft pool on clearance for $268!

We paid $800 for ours last year and similar models upwards of $600 everywhere online

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Reviews for the 15ft summer waves pool are very poor. Buyer beware!!!
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Simular pool for over $600 at Lowe's. https://www.lowes.com/pd/Summer-W...5001997419

Look how the people are just pasted into it. LMAO
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Quote from Prologik :
Simular pool for over $600 at Lowe's. https://www.lowes.com/pd/Summer-W...5001997419

Look how the people are just pasted into it. LMAO
They even set the pools up at the same house 😆
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I have a small 12' one. I set it up in March and it's been great. It's had way more kids in it than probably intended. All I have is a floating chlorine tablet and water stays crystal clear. I do clean the filter regularly and it's not in my yard where it gets a lot of debris and dirt. I would buy again. Also, bought a cheap$6 skimmer at Lowe's and a $15 pool vacuum from Amazon.
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They even set the pools up at the same house 😆
Most likely photoshopped and from the looks of it a half hearted effort was given.
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Shows OOS for me. Probably dead.
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Really need to make sure you have a somewhat level surface for this - if you dont then you'll lose a lot of depth due to the water pushing against the side wall of the lowest point. A greater portion of the sidewall will become the floor of the pool instead of remaining as a side wall.
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