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Item Number (DPCI): 091-11-5029
As the summer season comes close, it's time to give your backyard a refreshing touch. Whether it's birthday parties or family barbecues, the First Cut Minnidip pool will turn your yard into a cool pool party retreat. This designer inflatable pool by La Vaca has hand-cut shapes in vibrant colors that will add to the playful summer vibes. It's 5.5 feet wide and 1.5 feet tall, perfect for up to 3 adults and children aged 6 and up. Made of soft-touch vinyl, this pool holds125 gallons of water. Your kids will love splashing and playing in the water with you in this inflatable pool. This pool has 3 air chambers and can be set up in just 10 minutes. Have a great summer!
Although this product is super-cute and aimed toward adults, I found this to be very flimsy. The bottom and top rings don't fill properly, while the 2nd ring fills too much, making the pool look very cock-eyed. The sides are also very unstable and adults are not able to lean against them without the water draining out over the edge. Considering I paid 2x more for this pool as a different small pool from one of your competitors, I am NOT impressed. Cheaper pools I have bought have been very reliable and sturdy, even if they are not as cute. Very disappointed and I do not recommend.
I don't normally write reviews, but this purchase was a disappointment for me. I loved the designs and photos of the product, but immediately after I blew it up and filled it with water, I knew it was lacking in quality control. The shape of the pool lacked structural integrity and was leaning even though it was on a completely level surface, the top ring would not stay inflated. My kids played it in for about an hour, and later in the night I looked out and saw a really sad, leaning, deflated pool. For comparison, we bought another kiddie pool from a reputable brand that withstood hours of intense, kid-packed water play, and was so hard to deflate that I ended up cutting it with scissors at the end of the summer.