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Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand - Peter Pools

Postby lee » July 18, 2010, 6:08 pm

Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand, PVC above ground swimming pools. Ideal for people living in rental accommodation or people looking for an alternative low cost pool.

- Easy to set up, ready for water in 10 minutes
- Just inflate the top ring while the pool goes up all by itself as the water level rises
- Made of supertough PVC
- Electric filterpump (to keep the water clean), filter cartridge, poolcover and repairkit included

- Very stable round outdoor pools.
- Made from reinforced PVC supported by rust resistant steel frames.
- Easy set up, no tools required.
- Electric filter pump (to keep the water clean), filter cartridge, ground cloth, pool cover, ladder and repair kit included
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Re: Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand

Postby 747man » July 18, 2010, 7:08 pm

Lee, There is NO Substitute for the Real Thing....One Question about these CHEAP pretend pools,If One is made from Supertough PVC,& The other made from Reinforced PVC,Then why do they supply a REPAIR kit with both of them....
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Re: Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand

Postby beer monkey » July 18, 2010, 8:44 pm

I got one of the cheaper ones....payed under £20 in Makro's...But had to bring it over to Thailand myself, pretty tough too, takes some filling but with out chemicals etc the water will need changing regular......Not sure if the locals approve especially during drought times...but who cares and they are not allowed in anyway..... :D
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Re: Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand

Postby Librarian » July 18, 2010, 8:53 pm

i have one of these 8900 baht pools set up in the courtyard of The Bookhouse and Coffee Shop if any want to take a look .

whilst i agree with 747Man that they cannot be compared to the *real thing * , at the price of just 8900 baht they are good value for money.

our son Oliver enjoyed his very first time in a rubber ring today, messing around in the pool with daddy :D
had about an hour of fun , lots of baby laughs , with many many more to come .

from my point of view , living in rented accommodation and not wanting to invest in a fixed pool for the benefit of the owner AND not being able to afford a real pool anyway :lol: 8900 baht is a small investment for all the fun and pleasure it will give .

i say - Goodluck on your business Peter Pool :D

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Re: Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand

Postby Chriss » July 19, 2010, 9:26 am

Might be a stupid question but Is there any reason you couldn't excavate a large enough hole, shore up the walls, drop one of these into it and set up some wood decking around the top? I've got a 5m square piece of covered, concreted land outside our bedroom..... would be nice to lounge in a pool rather than a deck chair.
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Re: Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand

Postby Aardvark » July 19, 2010, 10:00 am

Great for People with limited space also. Good Luck Peter =D>
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Re: Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand

Postby 747man » July 19, 2010, 10:05 am

Librarian wrote:i say - Goodluck on your business Peter Pool :D

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Jeremy, I Am not against Peter Pool. Co in anyway, Just that I prefer the "Real Thing " But as you point out IF you only rent I Would NOT go to the expense of a Real one,We do own our house,But then again we are thinking of Moving next year,But I'm certain it has ADDED value to the property,when we decide to do so.
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Re: Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand

Postby Chriss » July 19, 2010, 10:07 am

katerine2010 wrote:Nice idea...Peter Pool Co Ltd


Hey, you can use it for a commission................. lol.
Will drop by next time I'm in town, have you got a pool up and running to look at?
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Re: Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand

Postby cryptic » July 19, 2010, 11:25 pm

The pool appears to be sound, but I would really have to look at the size of the filtering system, it is not big enough for that amount of water. It will be working hard to maintain water quality and fear it may just seize up, overheat and burn. For the price, even if you upgraded to a larger more efficient filtering system, it seems to be good value. Hope it is a success for you.
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Re: Plastic Swimming Pools Thailand

Postby acejohnlee » August 15, 2010, 10:15 pm

I always wish to have my swimming pool in our own home, I guess this is the answer in my question. Maybe I gonna get my order about this Plastic Swimming pool Thailand.
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Our prices are falling like the rain from the sky!

Postby katerine2010 » September 3, 2011, 7:53 am

Save 30 % on all Quickup pools this month when buying it at the Nongsim Lake directly! www.Peterpoolthailand.com ,Thitikan 085-0073733
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20% off on all aboveground swimming pools!

Postby katerine2010 » March 2, 2012, 6:40 am

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Happy Songkran!Reduced Prices this month on all above ground pools.
http://www.Peterpoolthailand.com
thanks, Thitikan
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