Curved Slide Pool, 5-ft
My 3 1/2 son loves it! It's a great little pool and is very durable. The new model has a support for the slide, so it doesn't fall over.
July 24, 2012
Trust this product !
It is obvious that the negative comment left previously was an uniformed one. This pool comes with the usual instruction and accessories.
It is quite evident before even filling with water, that the pool needs support under the slide, therefore the aforementioned reviewer should have consulted the store regarding this problem.
It is absolutely wonderful, my grandsons 5 and 2 have no problem with the sturdiness of the stairs and slide, and spend hours a day happily sliding and playing in the pool. Can't beat the price or the fact that you are not worrying about an easily punctured inflatible pool.
July 2, 2012
My daughter received this pool as a gift last year for her 1st birthday and she loved it! She got in it every single day of the summer. I'm not sure what the other reviewer was referring to about no support for the slide, as the pool does come with a bracket you need to screw into the underside, and it works great. Maybe she didn't get the support with hers?
My husband broke the bracket while mowing the lawn one day (got too close, should have moved the pool!). I just called the manufacturer this week (as pool season is approaching) and they are sending me the replacement part free of charge! No questions asked. I would have paid for it if I needed to since it was our fault, but they said they'd pop it in the mail and I should have it in a week!
So, overall, great little pool and my daughter LOVES the slide. The only disadvantage is it is rather kind of large, and you need space to store it in the winter.
March 10, 2011
Poorly Designed Pool
I purchased this pool and it is a very poor design. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. What you can't see from the image online is that there's nothing under the slide to hold it up and support it. When I set the pool down on a flat surface, it leans to one side as there's nothing holding it up. If you put any weight on the slide whatsoever, it just crushes it. I happen to have a big rock on my yard which I've used to prop the side up, but if you're not fortunate to have something like that, the pool won't function properly. There's no way I could put this on my deck without building some type of support. Definitely not worth $40.00.
September 2, 2010