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Looking To Cool Down - Our Favourite Paddling Pools...

June 13th 2014
By: Melanie

Finally the good weather is here, and our thoughts seem to have suddenly changed from sheltering from cold spring showers to how we are going to keep cool this summer. So we decided to check out some of the range of paddling pools available this year, there is a great amount of choice:

Tesco family paddling pool is available to buy on-line for £15, and if you are worried about the quality then the product has had many good reviews, with comments such as ‘much larger than expected’, ‘great quality, I expected it to puncture quickly but it hasn’t.’ If you would like to find out more about this family paddling pool please check out this link.

If you are looking for something for young children, they will love this paddling pool ‘The Dino land paddling pool’ for £59.99. It is supplied with six 8cm Fun Ballz.; moveable Dino Arch water spray attaches to garden hose; slide and splash into the wading pool; Jurassic fun with Dino hoops and volcanic ball roller games; landing mat for extra padding; drain plug in pool floor. The price is more expensive, and it doesn’t look suitable for older children or adults, although the weight limit is 81kg.

 If you are looking to have a proper dip, then you might want to check out this 12ft steel paddling pool, the RRP is £299 but the site Funforkids.co.uk have it priced as £129.95. It has extra strength side walls are made with 3 separate layers of material to support the large 6,899 litre capacity of water this pool can hold. A heavy-duty leg retention rope also adds to this pool's stability whilst in use.

With a rust-resistant metal frame it’s been designed to last for prolonged use and the easy take down with drainage valve allows convenient storage year on year. If you would like more information on this product then check out their website.
 
Readers might also be interested in this article: How To Make Your Paddling Pool Child Friendly This Summer