Sable Inflatable Full-Sized Family Pool
Last updated date: September 23, 2020
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Easy setup makes this family-size pool a great option. With an electric pump, which isn't included, you can have this pool ready to fill in only three to four minutes and when it's time to deflate, two water valves empty the water quickly. The pool measures 118" X 72" X 22", making it large enough for one or two adults and up to four children. In our analysis of 27 expert reviews, the Sable Sable Inflatable Full-Sized Family Pool placed 1st when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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Sable inflatable kiddie pool holds up to 2 adults plus 4 kids to a enjoy splashing pool party in the backyard.
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An Overview On Kid's Pools
You don’t have to dig a big hole in your backyard or pour concrete for your kids to spend the summer swimming. There are plenty of inflatable pools that are large enough to give your young family members space to splash and play. In fact, many newer inflatable pools are large enough for one or two adults and a few kids.
Skipping the expense of an in-ground pool isn’t the only benefit of a kiddie pool. It also serves as a great alternative to public pools, which require that you pack everyone up and transport them to another location. There, you have to share the water with large groups of people, which makes for crowds that get in the way of having fun.
Another benefit of a kid’s pool is that you can deflate it and easily store it when it’s not in use. Many of today’s kiddie pools inflate in a matter of minutes. You’ll just need an electric pump and a garden hose, and in minutes, you have ready-made fun.
Not all inflatable pools are the same size, though. If you have a larger family, or you’re planning to host groups of children, look for one that’s bigger in size. One that’s 118 inches long, 72 inches wide & 22 inches deep should offer enough space for up to two adults and up to five children.
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If you have a smaller inflatable pool at your home, you may want to be aware of a warning specific to pools that are 3 to 5 feet in diameter. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) warns that smaller backyard pools can easily become a breeding ground for bacteria. The issue is that children with diarrheal illness can contaminate the tap water used in these pools, and it’s tough to properly treat water in small pools with chlorine. Unless you’re an expert at treating pool water, you likely won’t be able to know the exact dose necessary to eliminate contaminates. Also, smaller pools lack the filters that a larger pool has to remove particles from the water so the chlorine can do its job.
The Kid's Pool Buying Guide
- Most inflatable pools can be easily set up using an electric pump. This probably won’t be included with your pool, so prepare to have one on hand when your pool arrives.
- Some pools build in multiple water valves, which can come in handy for draining it. You’ll be able to remove water in a fraction of the time it would take with only one valve.
- You’ll also find that some inflatable pools have multiple air chambers, separated from each other, which increases its weight capacity.
- Look for a pool with extra-thick material that can hold up even if it comes into contact with sharp rocks or branches.
- Even if you’ve chosen a pool with especially durable material, it’s best to clear away the land before setting it up. Make sure nothing is on the ground that could damage the pool before you inflate it.
- Many people don’t realize it, but you can put chlorine in an inflatable pool. This will ensure your water is crystal clear and sanitized while your children are swimming. This is especially effective if you plan to leave your pool in place for days at a time.
- If you decide to leave your pool up rather than disassembling it every day, you can help keep it clean by covering it overnight.