Order NOW for pre-Xmas Delivery as that delicious summer sun is just around the corner!!☀️ Check out our 15ft diameter above-ground pool with 1.2m walls. It's is the easiest way to turn an ordinary back yard into into an aquatic fun-park! This one even has a filter and built-in chlorinator... will wonders ever cease?!
So quick to set up, you can start filling the pool in minutes and the durable construction will provide you and your family with years of fun summer splashing! The filter pump is an exclusive, all-in-one SkimmerPlus™ Filter Pump System with poolside attachment and patented built-in chlorinator so your waters will stay invitingly sparkly and crystal clear.
Why suffer the relentless heat of the silly season when you can bathe away your troubles in the soothing waters of your own pop-up-pool?! A pool adds an entirely new dimension to any family's summer, kids will love it and so will your friends, after all, who doesn't love a refreshing dip? Whether it's play or floating away the day on a Li-Lo with a favourite book this is a gift to yourself that will keep on giving!
All included in this awesome set:
- A high-quality RX1000 pump (filter cartridge included) with poolside attachment and patented built-in chlorinator.
- Ground cover
- Pool cover to keep the leaves out
- Sure-Step ladder
- Material: a heavy gauge PVC and polyester mesh material
- Frame: a sturdy, rust-resistant metal frame
- Filter pump: 220-240 volt
- NZ power cord
- Pool size = 4.57m perimeter, 1.2m high
- Assembly required
- Comes in 1 box, gross weight 75kg
- Net weight: 66kg
When the pool is not in use, we recommend removing the ladder.
Pool Regulations: All pools in New Zealand are required to meet the fencing requirement of the Building Act 2004 (previously the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987). Please check with your local council authorities for further information and guidance!
Please take every usual safety precaution in and around the water. Children must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
For more water safety information please visit: http://www.watersafety.org.nz/