Quick Set Inflatable 12' Swimming Pool with LED Duck and Pump

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Keep cool this summer with this inflatable swimming pool, complete with a pump to help keep your water clean and fresh--plus a LED rubber duck for a whimsical touch.

  • Includes pool, pump, ground cloth, cover, and LED rubber duck
  • Holds approximately 1,639-gallons of water
  • Dark wicker pattern exterior, mosaic printed interior
  • Duck requires 4 AA batteries, not included
  • Measures 33"H x 12'Diam
  • ETL listed pump; 90-day pool Limited Manufacturer's Warranty; 180-day pump Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
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Quick Set Inflatable 12' Swimming Pool with LED Duck and Pump is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy Grandaughter and Happy Noni! I purchased this pool on clearance so I did not have high expectations. Well I am so glad that I did! We thought this would be good for when our granddaughter comes to visit for 2 weeks in the summer. Everything about this pool is easy. From putting it up to maintaining it. I found myself getting in the pool with her for at least 2 hours a day. Our plan was to take the pool down when she went home but we are leaving it up until summer end. I have psoriatic arthritis and fibromyalgia and this pool has been a Godsend. What an inexpensive therapy for the summer months! My granddaughter (8 yrs old) wanted to be in it whenever she was not sleeping or eating and Noni was right there with her. The best clearance deal that I have ever purchased!!!!!
Date published: 2018-08-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst Within 2 weeks of using this pool, the pump burned out! Do not purchase this pool!
Date published: 2018-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Review and Guide for future owners... To begin, I am extremely satisfied with this product!!! My son, granddaughter and I have been enjoying our new pool for a little over a month now, I suffer from nerve pain due to a neurological disorder, along with fibromyalgia, and have found a great deal of relief from flares while floating for hours in my backyard. My three year old granddaughter has been absolutely thrilled with the pool and has more than ample space to float, frolic, and splash around while her father and I join her. I wanted to address some of the major complaints that I noted while reading through reviews prior to purchasing: - My ground is not perfectly level, however I did select the flattest area in the yard. The instructions say implicitly not to set up on uncompressed surfaces such as sand. The only impact of not being perfectly flat is that in some areas the wall is perfectly upright, and on the other side in leans inward more. Neither obstruct pool function. It took one hour of setup and 5-6 hours to fill completely with low-moderate water pressure - Leaking...there is clearly some minor leaking around the pump intake/outlet, but this is reduced by ensuring the plastic clamps are tightened on occasion. Also, from time to time I do see small puddles Pooling on the tarp, which indicates there may be some insignificant dripping from a seam, however, the rate of dripping has less impact on the 1600 gallons that the pool holds than regular ol’ Evaporation. So it’s no biggie. - Top Ring....Because so many people claimed they had issues with the top ring separating from the pool, I was certain not to over-inflate it. This note should probably be added to the instructions, as I’m pretty certain that it is a common mistake that leads to the problem due to the difference in the materials and their strength. Once a week, I add a little bit more air, though I cannot imagine scrapping the entire pool if there were a flaw in the top ring. To ensure that the ring can never fully fall into the pool, even if all the air should leak out (which hasn’t been a threat), I store pool noodles under the lip of the top ring to shore it up should the worst ever happen. - Pump & Filters...At first I jump on board that the pump was trash, but I discovered that there was some user error on my part. It is important to close off the intake and output hoses when opening the pump for adding chlorine tablets (I use one 1” tablets at a time and 2 in a floater as the pump does not seem to disperse the chemicals quickly) or changing the filter (you can get 2 for $6 at Big Lots instore or online and I’ve found changing weekly or more often (depending upon pool use) aids in the effectiveness and efficiency of the pump. After you’ve removed the covers for both the intake and output hoses, be sure to release any air from the hoses as instructed in the pump setup directions. Then plug in the pump and hit reset. I run my pump no less than 8 hours daily. From the reviews, I think people have unreasonable expectations of the pump. For $15 I purchased a combo skimmer, brush and hose powered vacuum. What the pump doesn’t do, these standard pool maintenance items handle perfectly. I noted that people complained of problems with the floor of the pool becoming slippery, which is a result of not cleaning the pool properly. I skim the pool daily and as needed during use. I brush the pool weekly or every other week depending upon need. And I vacuum the pool approx weekly or as needed. And I always cover the pool. The problems I do have....That top ring gets burning up hot in the sun!! It is a bit of a challenge to vacuum up gunk that gets caught in the excess flappy seam material around the bottom inside. There has got to be an easier way of taking off and putting on the cover without getting junk from the top into the pool. I wish there were color differences on the sides of the cover so that I don’t keep putting the top side that’s been exposed to the leaves and pollen and bugs into the water when I return it to the pool. But these problems pale in comparison to the hours of delight and pleasure we’ve had with our pool so far this season. I’ve included some pictures showing some of the things detailed in my review, along with some of just fun...(one picture is the trails left behind as I watched the Blue Angels practice in the morning...pure delight!) Lastly...if this pool only lasts for one season, I will still be satisfied. You can’t find a better source of summer fun in Florida for $124.
Date published: 2018-06-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Swimming Pool Disaster We've tried everything to keep this pool the top keeps deflating and the water is leaking out but no luck finding the leak
Date published: 2018-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT QUALITY! Last year I bought this for my grand daughter who was 4 at the time. Not only did she enjoy it but both my husband and I would get in it to cool off! It is a great quality pool and we have just set it up again for this summer. I put a 1" chlorine capsule in it every morning. I turn the filter off at night and on in the morning. I highly recommend this pool. It is quite a bargain for the price!
Date published: 2018-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kids love it No issues Fast,Easy set up. Perfect for the entire Family kids enjoy a swim every day.
Date published: 2018-06-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great, While It Lasted It was really a nice pool! But after 60 days the top tube portion would not stay inflated.. Everything else about the pool was great! If they can perfect the top tube, it’s a winner!
Date published: 2018-06-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sad but true I loved this pool ...but like a bad boyfriend....it let me down We put it on a concrete deck outside....but it leaked in all its beauty..it was hard to love The company made me take pictures because mid July the pump died...but they did replace it after one person tried to give me a hard time...everyone else was professional.... but sadly...after the end of august the ring started to deflate and it finally could not be saved We loved looking at it though and even though we live steps from Lake Michigan it was nice to have this pool for about 3 months of its short life.....and by the way...its not heated !! brrrrrr so...would I buy another one....maybe...but knowing it wont last long and it is cold ...selavie
Date published: 2018-04-24
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