I have owned another of this brand (polygroup) of pool and had the same problem with the pump going our after about a month of use. we put this pool up memorial day weekend and this morning 8-7-16 the pump was running but the salt water system starting beeping "low flow". I checked the pump housing below the skimmer and there was no suction. I think the impeller is a weak link in these pumps. The same thing happened with the previous pool, but I must say that polygroup promptly sent me a replacement pump when that one went out. I will update my review once I hear back if either OS or Polygroup sends me a new pump?!
Great pool. To be honest unless you have four or five people helping you. Hire someone to set this pool up. And don't wait until the heat of summer to do it. Other wise this has been a great pool. This will be my second summer with it and so far so good. The quality of the pool is good and the price point was good too.
Have not actually set up the pool yet.. But last year towards end of summer and had some major medical conditions in household, so the pool is still in boxes..a few more months and should be up and enjoying
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 drop to 32 degrees. The pool will need to be stored inside where temperatures remain above 32 degrees.
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