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  • Intex Ocean Reef Snapset
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    It is much bigger than it looks. Water supports it, so when you are filling it, we put 4 chairs in the pool to hold the walls up better while filling it. My husband, myself & 2 daughters all fit in the pool with room for more. My 2 year old loves water. It was the perfect gift for her. We are all enjoying it. Great price, great value.

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    debbieordoug August 6, 2013
  • childrens swimming pool
    Verified Purchase

    Nice size pool. Creative and colorful. I like warnings that go all the way around the pool. The sadness' to see a crease line hole was upsetting... Really wanted for a birthday party. ...

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    kthchambers2013 June 11, 2013
  • Very nice, easy to clean, but needs level surface

    We have used this pool for two summers now and we are very happy with it. There is no need to inflate sides and, best of all, no nooks for dirt or algae to get trapped in (as the inflatable ones do). It is quite large and roomy for 2-4 toddlers to play in it (much larger and deeper than the hard plastic ones you can get - not forgetting that it is not easy to transport/store those while this one comes in a medium-size box!) Pros: - much larger and deeper compared to other such "temporary" kids pools - very easy to clean (we use a soft broom with mild soap to get the algae out) - small volume to store (with some pain, it will fold back - I have mine contained in a drawstring kitchen-size bag) Here are cons: - Like other reviewer mentioned, sides are delicate and if children keep "folding them in" (stepping on them) they will "break" or "snap" because they are "semi-hard" with some kind of coating or structural support (they are not purely "soft" tarp) - that being said, I have thought my boy to go in and out OVER the sides and not step or lay on top of them (that was easily achieved by mentioning that I would not keep refilling the pool as the water kept running out when sides were bent!) - We have not had issues with sides not holding up, but you should have a level site to place it or the water will indeed push the sides unevenly and you will not be able to fully fill up the pool. - Although we did not have any issues, the bottom liner did not look very thick to me and so I use a tarp and a moving blanket underneath this serves two purposes: it protects the pool from damage from any twigs or rocks on the grass and it serves as soft landing for the kids!

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    thatha May 6, 2013
  • side craked after 3 weeks of use!
    Verified Purchase

    The sides dont all stay up when filled. We had to prop at least one side up each time we used the pool. After 3 or 4 times of using it over 3 weeks, one of the sides cracked! This was past the 30 day return timeframe, or I'd have sent it packing. Awful buy.

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    rwad June 30, 2012
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