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There's A Cut-Price Alternative To ASDA's Sold Out Inflatable Pool

There's A Cut-Price Alternative To ASDA's Sold Out Inflatable Pool

I'm sure you've already seen the huge inflatable swimming pool that ASDA were selling for a bargain £30.

The bargain 'Family Lounge Pool' had an approximate water capacity of 836 litres (221 gallons), and seating with backrests.

Sadly, after it went viral on social media it quickly sold out.

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Credit: ASDA

But the good news is that the exact same pool can still be snapped up online if you know where to look.

Asda was selling the pool for £30 and would-be customer will be happy to know almost the exact same product is being stocked by other sellers - at incredible prices.

The Intex Swim Centre Family Lounge Pool can be found on Amazon for just £36, but if you're feeling thrifty, then Athlete Shop are flogging one for just £24.

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Credit: Athlete Shop


An review on ASDA's site, of the original pool, said: "This Pool is fab! It's a really good size, the built-in seats are really comfy, and I absolutely love the colour! If you buy it you won't be disappointed, as it's awesome!!!"

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And the fact Amazon's product has notched up a customer review rating of 4.5 seems to confirm that their pool is just as good.

One Amazon review reads: "Lovely novelty pool, good size and kids loved it. One night we blew it up put some large blankets in and watched the stars using the seating as pillows."

But it's not the only pool product that's been making a splash this summer, Aldi released its low-cost hot tub which - like ASDA's pool - sold out, so Argos introduced its own cut-price version.

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Credit: Argos

The four-man Miami Lay-Z-Spa hot tub is still on sale for £299.99

The Lay-Z-Spa was £429.99 but has had £130 knocked off the price and it comes with a number of impressive five star reviews.

One happy hot-tubber wrote: "Easy to set up very pleased with result good entry level spa." Entry level, that's about right isn't? I'm not ready for a professional-level-hot tub.

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Other reviewers say it's cheap to run, which is a bonus and that it's easy to put together. It even comes with a DVD to show you how to set it up, which seems totally unnecessary but I'm still impressed.

The description says: "The simple, sleek blue finish will look great in your home, either indoors or outdoors. It's strong and sturdy, easy to assemble inflatable design is supported by reinforced outer walls to accommodate up to four people." Indoors, though? I don't know about that. I also think you're going to need to be on very close terms with those three other people.

Anyway, what are you waiting for?

Featured Image Credit: Facebook

Topics: Cheap, pool, Argos, Asda

James Dawson

James Dawson is a Journalist at LADbible. He has contributed articles to LADbible’s ‘Knowing Me, Knowing EU’ series on the EU referendum, the 'Electoral Dysfunction' series on the 2017 general election, the ‘U OK M8?’ series tackling mental health amongst young men, and for its ‘Climate Change’ initiative in partnership with National Geographic.