My Sunshine 120" x 72" x 22" Deluxe Family Inflatable Swimming Pool

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The My Sunshine Deluxe Family Inflatable Swimming Pool is an easy and convenient way to bring summertime fun to your backyard.

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The My Sunshine Deluxe Family Inflatable Swimming Pool is an easy and convenient way to bring summertime fun to your backyard.


My Sunshine 120" x 72" x 22" Deluxe Family Inflatable Swimming Pool:

Product Details:

  • Ideal for 5 people to play/swim
  • Double valve intake and free-flow exhaust valve
  • Pool materials: PVC
  • Ladder not necessary

Specifications:
  • Inflated size: 120" x 72" x 22"
  • Capacity (60 percent): 266 gallons
  • Warranty: 90 days

Set Up:
  • Takes approximately 15 minutes to set up
  • 1 person required
  • Assemble on solid, level ground
  • Instructions included
  • Pool requires inflation for set up
  • Air pump required (sold separately)

Specifications

Color: Blue
Age Range: 5 - 7 Years ,  8 - 11 Years ,  12 & Up
Manufacturer Part Number: M-P17-0079
Model: M-P17-0079
Brand: My Sunshine
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by degelmom 5/29/2012
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  • A. No drain plug.
    by toosassy4you327/7/2012
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  • A. Use your garden hose to siphon the water out ....put the end in the pool, run your hose till it is full of water, shut off faucet, unscrew hose from the faucet and put your palm over the end so water does not leek out, pull it away from the pool to water your lawn, flower bed, or into a drainpipe or down your driveway. Then use the end in the pool as a vacuum to pull out the dirt on the bottom....It will work faster to suck up the dirt if you first create a slight (small) whirlpool which will make all grass and bugs swirl to the center of the pool in one spot. You may only need to do partial water changes if you siphone out the dirt this way. At night, add a little bleach, it will kill bacteria overnight and dissipate by the next day's pool time. This should cut down on how often you drain the whole pool. How much bleach to use?...Read here... http://www.ehow.com/decision_6963855_much-should-put-kiddie-pool_.html Also Read Here... http://www.ehow.com/info_8540997_can-put-bleach-kiddie-pool.html Also, buy a 4" tropical fish net and let the kids scoop out the grass and bugs during the day. Also, put a dishpan filled with water right outside the pool and make everyone step into it to get grass off feet before stepping into the pool. Also,dollar stores sell plastic drop cloths (used for painting) for $2 that can be used as pool covers... cover pool at night and weigh down corners with bricks.
    by thatpat8/9/2012
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  • A. no, i have little submersiable pump i use to drain water off above ground pool cover and use that to empty pool
    by bill32776/12/2012
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  • A. There is no drain plug. I take the air caps off and the water pours out as the air goes out of the sides.
    by NLquiltlover6/16/2012
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  • A. No drain plug. But it is very easy to siphon the water out with a garden hose, or you can let the water out of the sides to drain.
    by IowaTeacherMom6/27/2012
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  • A. no, you would have to hold one side down to let the water run out then flip it unlit dry, I towel dry it then deflate it to put back in box until next year.
    by peace2376/16/2012
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  • A. No, it doesn't. You have to push down on the sides and tip it up. Not that that matters, since the sides collapse after water has been in it for a few hours anyway.
    by mynxofmissouri6/15/2012
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is there a cover to buy or what do you do to cover it
by kjrusty 6/11/2012
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  • A. we had a round pool cover on hand and we use that to cover it at night, I think it must be a 15 round, a 12 round was a tight fit. we can draw the string up around it to stay on snug.
    by pyrette8/5/2012
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  • A. We used a regular tarp...10ft x 14ft worked well to tuck underneath the corners.
    by toosassy4you327/7/2012
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  • A. NO COVERS available the sites that had one no longer have them and have not reiceved notification when they will be getting any
    by neysa80696/30/2012
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  • A. There are several websites that do sell a cover for this pool. The only problem is the cover cost as much if not more then the pool itself. It might be if you just empty the pool every several days and have fresh clean water in the pool.
    by Hotshots6/27/2012
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  • A. As far as I know they don't make a cover. We bought a 9' x 12' tarp for the pool we bought which isn't 120x70, it turns out that it is 103"x5'.
    by poetrygal6/25/2012
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  • A. I found a cover for one at sears.com. just google it and there were a few sites taht came up
    by leftygirl18/1/2012
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  • A. you just let the air out and roll it and put it away
    by trw9056/25/2012
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If I do need an electric pump - what type do I NEED?
by Luci814 6/25/2012
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  • A. I actually got a little crafty and just used a small shop vac. If you put the hose on the end that blows, it works really well for inflating it.
    by Ihithewall7/17/2012
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  • A. The pool is pretty big, so it would take you forever to pump up the rool. Your best bet is to buy dual action hand pump on amazon for around 10-15 bucks. It works fine and pretty quick.
    by ikosh7/15/2012
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  • A. No, that type of pump won't work. My husband actually duct taped a piece of hose to a leaf blower and used the bigger holes to fill it and it was full in about 5 mins. lol
    by mjm987/8/2012
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  • A. Electric pump is soooo much faster. I used a small, portable Coleman air pump like you blow up an air mattress with.
    by Iteachhair7/7/2012
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  • A. You can, but it takes forever. We used the blower part of a shop vac.
    by fairyA7/4/2012
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  • A. Yes it can, but I would suggest you use an battery operated or electric air matress pump. It would take WAY to long to fill it by using a "bike type pump".
    by Hotshots6/27/2012
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Customer Reviews | 167 reviews | 3.8 out of 5

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5/27/2011

Customer review by pasaflora

5.0 stars 5/27/2011 by pasaflora
by pasaflora

I have two small children ages 3 and 5. They absolutely love spending time in this pool. It's an appropriate size for them to actually wade waste and thigh high. An adult could float on their back to cool off or sit while toddlers are playing in case you were wondering. That's the extent of the use/purpose for this pool. The surface you put the pool on needs to be level & free of debris. You will be walking on that surface with a thin piece of plastic between your feet and the ground, so clean the area up really good prior to filling with water or you'll be stepping on sticks, stones, mulch which will likely puncture it. Be realistic with your expectations (size wise) when considering how many people you'll put in it. You definitely need an air compressor to fill this baby up. It was cheap enough that I can afford to throw it out at the end of summer and buy a new one next year. For the purpose in which I purchased mine, (for the kids) I am thrilled!

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pasaflora
Scottsville, VA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
huge pool
5/22/2011

Customer review by Keisha87

5.0 stars 5/22/2011 by Keisha87
by Keisha87

I bought this pool for my 4yr old and her friends. the pool is very big. you need a electric pump to inflate it. it has three levels to inflate. don't put more water in it that where the fill line and make sure the ground is leveled because the water will flow over the edge. it has three deflate places on it also three inflate places for a pump. My daughter had a blast didn't want to get out or deflate it.

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Keisha87
Decatur,GA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:18 - 24
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:A few times per month
Super great deal!!
6/24/2011

Customer review by deidra82

5.0 stars 6/24/2011 by deidra82
by deidra82

Got this for my 3yr old and its super big! I love that he has room to throw in toys! I pumped this up in the house, since it was storming, thinking I could just stand it up against the wall until we took it out in the morning and it was reaching my ceiling! It doesn't have a water release, but its not that serious to let the air out for water to drain and take 10mins to pump up again and refill with fresh water!

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deidra82
ACC Town, NC
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Great simple pool
7/24/2012

Customer review by momdeleon

5.0 stars 7/24/2012 by momdeleon
by momdeleon

It's the perfect size and blows up in seconds with a shop vac. My 4 y/o daughter with 4 and 6 y/o nephews love swimming together. Still enough room for all three to swim around and cool off. It's a great way to cool off with very little hassle. 2 thumbs up!!

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momdeleon
Albany, NY
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
25 dollars + tax = Awesome!
5/25/2011

Customer review by BamaBorn

4.0 stars 5/25/2011 by BamaBorn
by BamaBorn

I spent $25.00 + tax in store. That was the best 25 bucks I have ever spent! My 3 kids (11, 8, and 3) and my wife and I (I am not a small man) can all fit in this lil gem with room to splash around and cool off in the HOT Alabama sun. I got my 25 dollars out of it on the first day! I have one gripe and here it is. The pool has 3 inflatable rings I used a vacuum in reverse to inflate. Well the top 2 caps have these nice rubber plugs to insert into the holes to keep the air in. However the bottom ring did not have such a plug and kept loosing air. I am not one to walk away from a challenge, so I used it as a teaching moment to teach my son how to improvise. We took a old inter-tube from his bike and made 2 gaskets to fit inside of the cap. We have not lost any air since. If the pool would have had the third plug I would have given 5 stars. The water is only good (my opinion) for about 2 maybe 3 days.

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BamaBorn
Florence, Alabama
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
A great summer pool for the money
5/10/2011

Customer review by Rexlady

4.0 stars 5/10/2011 by Rexlady
by Rexlady

My family is on their THIRD version of this pool - we get a new one every summer. We have lots of kids over to play, and it gets VERY hard use, with kids bouncing on the sides and setting up a sliding board to slide in from the outside. If you're trying to decide WHICH under $30 pool to get, this is the one. It's WAY worth it, to spend a couple more bucks to get 4 more inches of water in the pool, especially if mom and dad are going to be jumping in. You want the three chambers, and you want that little bit of extra depth. Not to mention, this one has the thickest plastic. It really DOES make a difference. We've tried leaving the water in it for more than a day or two, but that flat out doesn't work - the water gets slimey, and here in Houston, the water is too warm the second day, to enjoy being in the pool. We tried chemicals, but having "inert" nasty pool water that won't make you sick, is still nasty pool water, and you'll be much happier just changing it out. You will need an air pump to fill this. I'm not sure why they say it fills in 8 minutes - it takes about 30 minutes for it to totally inflate, at my house, and another hour or so with a hose to fill it up.

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Rexlady
Houston, TX
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:Longer than one year
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
No Drain Plug in the 2011 version of this pool
6/6/2011

Customer review by smoither

2.0 stars 6/6/2011 by smoither
by smoither

For those of us who have had this pool before.. this one has NO DRAIN PLUG so you have to drain it by pushing down the sides and then tipping it over now some of you may say big deal ... however we have had this same size pool 5 times now and EVERY SINGLE one up until this version 2011 it has had a bottom drain plug that is very nice to let the water drain slowly out of the pool and not have to flood our yard. Since this is a pool that has no pump or way to filter it you can not let it sit out more than two days in one spot out in the heat if you have active kids in the neighborhood like we do because it gets dirty and full of grass which is fine IF i can drain the pool every three days like i have done for the past 7 years but now after two times of dealing with trying to drain it this year with no drain plug it is actually going back to the store because i do not like this year's design at all. Because of the pulling and tugging to try to dump the water out of it EVEN AFTER letting the air out of the two top chambers it is leaking air at the seams. would be easily a 5 star pool since previous versions have been 5 star pools just seems every year they get flimsier and flimsier with now this change crazy our first one lasted 4 summers but since then we have to buy a new one every year due to leaks.

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smoither
Would recommend to a friend? No
Great Product For The Price
5/16/2011

Customer review by 2Boys2Fish1Dog4Chickens

4.0 stars 5/16/2011 by 2Boys2Fish1Dog4Chickens
by 2Boys2Fish1Dog4Chickens

Okay here's the scoop, I got this pool on a limited budget. I feel it's great for my family to cool off and hangout in. There's plenty of room for 4 people to splash around, perfect for my two boys ages 4 and 10. If your going to get it, keep the ground clear and level, we put a tarp under ours, check the inflation regularly, empty once a week and clean/wipe with mild soap and water. If you are concerned anyway, use a PH kit. Ideally a pool like this is not equipped to have a filtration hookup, so it needs to be emptied. I would invest a good skimming net as well. I called a pool store and asked. I gave it 4 stars because it had no drainage outlet, so we had to siphon ours. No biggie though I felt it was worth the price and with a little TLC, my family can cool off till we can afford Schlitterbahn.

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2Boys2Fish1Dog4Chickens
New Mexico
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
The best inflatable pool out there!!
5/25/2011

Customer review by FinickyMomma

5.0 stars 5/25/2011 by FinickyMomma
by FinickyMomma

We live in south florida and we are on our second of this pool. The first lasted two LONG summers having used it twice a week. We use a small electric pump that came with a blow-up mattress we have to inflate this and it takes us MAYBE 10 mins. There are 3 chambers for extra depth and stability. There is more than enough water and space in this thing for my husband, myself and our 4 year old daughter to hang out. It takes about 15-20 mins for us to fill it up with water using our regular hose. Well, well worth the $30, this thing is tough! I have absolutely no complaints about this pool, I will continue to use this brand until either it's discontinued (God, I hope it never is!!) or I buy a house with a pool! :)

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FinickyMomma
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:Longer than one year
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
No drain plug
6/15/2011

Customer review by LadyJ

4.0 stars 6/15/2011 by LadyJ
by LadyJ

This item would have received five stars but the lack of drain plug is really annoying. You have to have a small hoard of people tip it or push down the sides. Other than that it's great for the money.

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LadyJ
PA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
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