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Amazon: Intex Recreation Swim Center Paradise Lagoon Pool Only $15 (Regularly $29.99!)

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If you’re looking for a way to cool off this Summer, you may be interested in snagging this deal! Head on over to Amazon where you can currently score this Intex Recreation Swim Center Paradise Lagoon Pool for only $15 (regularly $29.99!) – which is the lowest price it’s been! Plus, score FREE Super Saver Shipping OR FREE 2-day shipping with Amazon Prime (check out this post for more information on how to score a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime).

Features:

*2 air chambers wach with double valve intake and free-flow exhaust vavle
*Includes a repair patch
*The dimensions are 103″ x 63″ x 18″, 14 gallon vinyl pool
*Capacity is 151 gallons
*Also includes a shelf box

You can also purchase what appears to be the same pool with a different design at Walmart.com for $15 + free store pickup.

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16 Hip Readers Commented

  • Adrianne says:

    I have this pool and it is big enough for two adults and 1-2 kids. It is also very durable. We have had ours for 3 summers (also live in Sunny San Diego and have used it quite a bit).

  • Melissa says:

    On a semi- related note, can anyone tell me what the difference is between regular diapers and the ones for swimming?

    • Alla says:

      The regular ones swell up when the kid enters the pool or water and the swimmers don’t. From my own experience. I thought the regular ones work as good as the swimmers and took my 2 years old to the pool, when I took him out of the pool the diaper was like 3 lb, very heavy and huuuuggggeeee. LOL… Had to buy him swimmers then.

    • Jill says:

      Regular diapers are made to absorb liquid, so if you try to use them swimming, eventually they over-absorb, explode, and make an enormous mess. Swim diapers are basically just to keep an “accident” from floating away/getting into the water. Plastic pants would work just as well. However, most public locations require either a swim diaper or plastic pants. Hope this helps!

    • Adrianne says:

      my personal opinion of the “swimmers” is that they are a waste of money and swell up about as much as regular diapers.

    • Anna says:

      The best & most economical way to take care of the swim diaper issue is to use a cloth diaper cover. They come in “one-size” options that grow with your baby. These are better than plastic pants, because you don’t have to pull them down in the event that you need to change one. I haven’t tried this particular one, but have had great experiences with the company, and they are cheap:

      http://www.nickisdiapers.com/imagine-one-size-diaper-cover.html

      I have seen some Charlie Banana brand pocket diapers at Target, too. Those would also work if you just take out the absorbent insert.

      I also use the covers over a disposable diaper on long trips when I REALLY don’t want a poo-splosion. They have saved me from washing the carseat many times!

    • Melissa says:

      Thanks to all for answering my question!

  • Angie says:

    Great price. The cheapest at Toys R Us and Target is $20.

  • Jenny says:

    I returned 2 of these to Walmart due to holes in them. The lady said she got a lot of Intex pools back this year already and she wish they’d recall them.

  • staciarae says:

    Thanks! Got one for my 2 kiddos, and I wasn’t even looking for one. :-)

  • Brande says:

    I saw on Pinterest where you can use these in the back yard full of blankets and pillows to star watch.

  • Charity says:

    This pool is on sale at walmart.com today for $12.

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