Choosing an inflatable pool for your children needs much consideration. There are many things that you need to check if it is the right one to buy. In this buying guide, we’ll be discussing some pointers on how to choose the perfect inflatable pool.
Before buying an inflatable pool, make sure you’ve determined the size of the space where you will put it. You need to make sure to leave an allowance of 3 feet between the inflatable pool and any surrounding object or structure.
You wouldn’t want to accidentally deflate your pool or cause unwanted accidents, so make sure to buy a pool that’s smaller than your space. Also, if you purchase a large pool, make sure you purchase an electric air pump for it to save time and effort.
On the other hand, if you only have a narrow space to place the pool in, it would be smarter to choose a rectangular or oval inflatable pool. It can fit better in narrow spaces and maximize the area. However, if you opt to buy a small inflatable pool for your kids that will not cover much space, you can choose the shape you prefer.
It is important to see how much water the inflatable pool needs for it to be used. This can be often forgotten by people, but it is not reasonable to buy an inflatable pool that needs much water if your place often experiences water interruption. How are you going to use the pool if you cannot fill it with enough water?
In this situation, it is better to get a small inflatable pool. The water capacity is also important to keep your children safe. If the pool holds too much water, even if it will be used by a toddler, it may pose a threat. The water should not exceed your child's knee or waist to avoid accidents.
If your toddlers are using the pool, make sure that it is not deeper than 20 centimeters. If you have older children who will use the pool, the depth should not go beyond their knees or waist to avoid accidents. The shallower the pool is, the safer it might be for kids, but no matter how shallow or small a pool is, remember never to leave them unsupervised.
Aside from the things mentioned above, there are other things that you need to consider when choosing an inflatable pool for your children. Let’s make sure your children can have fun safe while swimming.
The inflatable pool is shallower for the younger ones, so pay attention to it. If you have children not older than 3, go for a small inflatable pool where they can easily lean on the side to help support themselves. You might think of buying a bigger one for your children because they can easily outgrow it, but you need to think of their safety first.
That’s why choosing an inflatable pool with a cushioned bottom is important. Since the bottom of the inflatable pool will also need to have air pumped into it, it will take some extra time. It might be a bit of a hassle, but please think about the safety of your children.
If you can’t or don’t want a pool with a cushioned bottom, purchase a soft mat that you can place underneath to serve as a cushion to protect your children.
However, cleaning can be quite a challenge, and since you’re dealing with things your children come in contact with, you’ll need to clean it thoroughly. So before buying an inflatable pool with extra features, make sure you’re fine with setting it up or cleaning it. Also, make sure to ask your child what they prefer before choosing one.
On the other hand, larger pools will be difficult to drain, so make sure your inflatable pool has this feature. It will also make it easier to dry and keep clean before storage. Another thing to check is the drain plug’s location–make sure it’s on the side and not underneath. It will be difficult to lift large inflatable pools filled with water to unplug the drain.
**Prices may vary depending on the website and their campaign period**
|Size||79" x 67" x 33"|
|Water Depth||12 cm.|
|Water Capacity||160 Liters|
|Other Features||Water Slide, Ring Toss Game, Water Sprayer, Mushroom Shade|
|Size||87.5" x 83" x 22.5"|
|Water Capacity||155 Gallons|
|Other Features||Extra Wide Sidewalls, 3 Cushioned Seats With Headrest|
|Size||120" x 72" x 22"|
|Water Capacity||269 Gallons|
|Material||15 Gauge Vinyl|
|Size||8.3" x 66” x 40”|
|Water Capacity||636 Liters|
|Other Features||With Basketball Hoops|
|Size||6' x 20"|
|Water Capacity||886 Liters|
|Size||83" x 66" x 38"|
|Water Capacity||636 Liters|
|Other Features||Volleyball Set|
|Size||69" x 43" x 18"|
|Water Capacity||312 Liters|
|Other Features||Wide Sidewalls|
|Size||2.39m x 2.06m x 86cm|
|Water Capacity||308 Liters|
|Age Range||2-3 Years Old|
|Other Features||Slide, Water Sprinkler|
|Size||24" x 8½"|
|Water Depth||14 cm.|
|Water Capacity||28 Liters|
|Size||45" x 10"|
|Water Depth||18 cm.|
|Water Capacity||131 Liters|
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|Price Starts at||₱3,200||₱2,995.75||₱2,500||₱1,499||₱1,800||₱1,450.15||₱1,999.75||₱2,499||₱249.75||₱599.75|
|Size||79" x 67" x 33"||87.5" x 83" x 22.5"||120" x 72" x 22"||8.3" x 66” x 40”||6' x 20"||83" x 66" x 38"||69" x 43" x 18"||2.39m x 2.06m x 86cm||24" x 8½"||45" x 10"|
|Water Depth||12 cm.||17.5″||13"||-||-||-||-||-||14 cm.||18 cm.|
|Water Capacity||160 Liters||155 Gallons||269 Gallons||636 Liters||886 Liters||636 Liters||312 Liters||308 Liters||28 Liters||131 Liters|
|Age Range||2+||6+||6+||3+||3+||3+||6+||2-3 Years Old||1-3||2+|
|Other Features||Water Slide, Ring Toss Game, Water Sprayer, Mushroom Shade||Extra Wide Sidewalls, 3 Cushioned Seats With Headrest||-||With Basketball Hoops||None||Volleyball Set||Wide Sidewalls||Slide, Water Sprinkler||-||None|
|Material||Vinyl||Durable Vinyl||15 Gauge Vinyl||Vinyl||Vinyl||Vinyl||Durable Vinyl||Vinyl||PVC||Vinyl|
Even if inflatable pools are filled with limited amount of water, they can still cause dangers to children, so it is important to know how to keep your children safe. The walls and supports of inflatable pools are not that strong, so it could lead to accidents and injuries. Take a look at these tips to lessen the risk of accidents when your children are swimming.
It is important that you keep an eye on your children when they are in or around the pool. No matter how shallow the water is, it still poses a threat to your children. If you are looking out for your children, you should have all your attention to them. It does not mean that you only sit beside them and do other things like using your phone.
You should not be distracted since things can happen in a blink of an eye. It is better to be cautious than be relaxed, thinking that nothing can happen because they are just swimming in an inflatable pool. After using the pool, you need to drain the water, so your children will not be tempted to use it without your knowledge.
The hot summer sun can also increase the air pressure inside, which may cause the vinyl to tear. You should not also inflate the pool when water is being added to it. Also, just accidentally rubbing a sharp toy on it or even dragging it on the rough ground can cause it to deflate and the water to leak.
If the inflatable pool is punctured, the water can overflow and can cause flooding, especially if the pool is big. Safety comes first, so remember to never overpump air into your inflatable pool.
If you plan on having a blast this summer with your children even if you are staying at home, having these items for your children can make them have more fun. Take a look at some of these items that you can buy for your backyard party.
Let’s enjoy summer as much as we can, even in the comfort of our home. Inflatable pools are a great way to make sure your children during the summer with minimal cost! There is nothing more rewarding for a parent than seeing their children having fun. We hope that this guide has helped you decide which inflatable pool to buy for your children.
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