Rated 2.9 out of 5★ by 12reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5★ by LittleWoods very disappointed in the pump We bought this 2 yrs in a row! The 1st one was great but was damaged in a tornado so we bought another for last summer. The pump on the new one went out 2 week after we bought it and it happened right before my daughters bday party.. Luckily we still had the pump from the other pool, and it worked great all year. The company did send us a new pump but we left it in box. The old pump went out just a few weeks ago so we put the replacement they had sent us last year. It only lasted 3 weeks and now it's out and nothing we can do but spend over $100 on a new pump and it's 3 days before we have a birthday party again! 06/19/2014
Rated 1 out of 5★ by dipstick1974 Pool It should have listed all that it did not come with so one would have been better prepare to purchase the items needed. It needs at least 4 people to set it up and takes longer than 30 minutes. 05/08/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by JJsMom8506 Not worth the money! The pump is a piece of junk and only circulates the top of the water (barely). I have spent over $1000 in chemicals (2 months) just trying to keep the water clean and clear. It is not going well. For what I've spent, I could have bought a much bigger pool with a much bigger and better pump. Sure, they sell you a "vacuum" that attaches to a garden hose to help get all the junk off the bottom, but it is USELESS! It only picks up leaves and debris that you could just as easily grab with your hand. Anything smaller than that goes right through the bag creating a cloudy, filthy pool. The filters get disgusting in this never ending process, and you have to clean them daily. Miss a day? Fine - you only have to drain the pool because it's so far gone. On that note, the "plug" for draining it is in a really horrible place. It is a solid 2 inches above the bottom, so have fun getting those last few hundred gallons out! I've enlisted the help of professionals at this point, and even THEY have pretty much written it off as total junk. So, let's review, shall we? $249 + tax. Not bad to keep the kid happy this summer. 2 months later? $1,000 in chemicals, $200 in professional help, and of course an offer to buy a better pump, vacuum, and filter system for an additional $850. DUMB. Next summer, I'll spend the $2000+ on a decent pool and pump from the start. 08/08/2014