Intex Rectangular Pool Cover 4.5m x 2.2m $2 (Was $24) in-Store @ Big W (Limited Stores)

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My first deal so please be gentle with me.

On clearance at Big W, check store stock as my local store said no stock online but had one on the shelf. I went there ready to pay the $24.

Little larger than the pool I got given by a friend but still does the job and has tie downs.

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  • +2

    I don’t have a pool. Maybe I can use this as a blanket?

    • +1

      DYI car port, maybe a gazebo shade at camping or beach. Good luck if you find one, none around my area.

  • +2

    A quick search shows that BIG W Echuca is the only one listing low stock in the whole of Australia… Good luck to whoever can find it elsewhere.

    • +1

      I found mine in big w Noosa. Online said none in stock. Says available for click and collect Maroochydore but says no stock there. Best bet to check your local store if keen for one.

      • +1

        Big W stores here are closed :)

        • Ahh bummer sorry

  • How do you dispose of the water when it is time to empty it?

    • +1

      slowly siphon into the drain with a garden hose?

      • This man thinks.

  • Lots of pool chemicals on sale too :)

  • Where is the best place for getting a temporary pool like this?

    • Clark rubber is where mine came from originally.

      • Thanks, Do you think the pool can be used for at least 2-3 years?
        I am considering this.
        https://www.clarkrubber.com.au/collections/intex-prism-frame...

        • Should if you look after it, mine is the same as that one. Was used by my friend once and has sat in his shed for 7 years as they got an inground pool.

          I've been watching a lot of videos on youtube on how to maintain it. Took me about 2 hours to set up by myself with help of youtube.

          • @Davbar24: I don't get the point of a temporary pool when they require a permanent pool fence anyway.

            • @Niximus: My yard is fully fenced anyway but yeah if you didn't having the fencing already for sure. Was going to put a pool in but wouldn't get done until next winter, high demand on sunshine coast.

              • @Davbar24: That might not be enough, I'd double check your local regs. You'll likely need a self-closing gate with a child-proof latch to be compliant.
                My house had a spa when I bought it, but checking the regulations I got rid of it as it would have been too much hassle to set the fence and gate up and my yard is fully fenced off.