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Stay cool in the summer and keep the kids entertained with one of these above ground pools. These above ground designs allow you to erect a pool in your backyard without undergoing expensive construction or worry about hitting gas lines. Free Shipping.*

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  • Martinique Round Above-ground Pool

    Today $1,504.99 Compare $1,664.59 Save 10%
    We've had above ground pools before.

    Jul 24, 2011

    lad101010  from Atlanta, GA., Rating:4.0

    We've had above ground pools our whole married lives so we know how to put them up. This is a nice pool but is not for people who do not know how to do this since it was really not easy at all. 6 of us were here to install it and putting the sides into the railing was a real pain. We got it done after taking it down 3 times but if someone buys this pool and their not good about putting things together I'd suggest they hire someone to do it for them. Now that it's up it looks very good.

  • PRO Series Rectangular 52-inch Deep Swimming Pool

    Jun 9, 2013

    kittykooper1  from Sasawka, OK, Rating:4.0

    I like the product. However, the kit sold on Overstock is probably a previous year's model as it doesn't have updated sand filter. Please do your research first before purchasing as upgraded pools of this same size and same company can be purchased for much less ($200 to $300 less) than Overstock's price. So, I am disappointed that I paid too much. I contacted Overstock to advise of the price difference and tried to cancel but Overstock had already shipped. Since it is a freight shipped item, complex delivery instructions are not really consumer friendly. If purchased locally, the pool comes in 2 boxes. You could easily get it home in a pick up truck. Also, be aware that the pool sets up fairly quickly but you will be spending additional money and your labor to prep the pool site. Depending on your pool needs and desires, plan on spending $200 to $500 more to get the pool and running. Also, keep in mind that you need to take the pool down for the winter if your temperatures d...

  • Not for the faint at heart

    May 26, 2014

    todesign  from Oceanside, CA, Rating:2.0

    I bought this last year and was hot and ready to swim. The grading of the uneven lot was huge for a slightly inclined lot with clay soil and we were unable to complete the set up to use the pool last year. It was grueling work in the hot sun, day after day. I hired my son and a highly experienced handyman to complete the job this year. $500 and many negative comments from each of them, two more days later, the sides are up and the leveling continues. We are not even to the cheap filter and pump or the solar panel installation, yet. We spent another $140 on screws that fit and other items to reinforce the construction, so the pool, hopefully will hold up and not collapse. Weak instructions. I have had to buy a pool cover, solar system, mineral pure system, am buying a better pump and ladder, much more sand, and broom, yet. I have already bought 15 bags of sand and not nearly enough. you need to actually push the sand up the sides and mold the sand against the steel walls for stablil...

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