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Buying Guide: Beat the heat with this extra-large inflatable pool
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Buying Guide: Beat the heat with this extra-large inflatable pool

Only $5 for 5 months


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With public pools in many areas closed for the summer, it’s getting tougher to find a place to beat the heat on scorching summer days. That’s where this family-sized inflatable pool comes in. Now you can cool off in your own backyard.

Family-Sized Fun

Unlike small inflatable pools for toddlers, this Sable inflatable pool is 118 by 72 by 20 inches and holds up to two adults and four children at a time. Adults can lounge in the water while young children practice their paddling skills.

Safe and Durable

This pool isn’t just big enough for the whole family. It’s also durable enough. The walls are Phthalate and lead-free, so your family won’t be exposed to harsh chemicals. They’re also 60 percent thicker than most inflatable pools on the market to prevent air leakage and punctures.

Why Customers Love It

With more than 1,700 ratings and an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars, it’s safe to say Amazon customers are fans of this extra-large inflatable pool. Customers said this pool was even bigger than expected and was a great affordable option to beat the summer heat when installing a full-size pool was too expensive. Customers also liked that the pool took just a few minutes to inflate when using an electric air pump.

Sable Inflatable Pool available from Amazon

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