ARGOS has launched a new paddling pool range for lots of summer fun ahead.
From inflatable princess castles to slippery slides, you won't want to miss these pools at bargain prices.
The selection has launched just in time for summer as kids start their school holidays.
Save up to £60 on family pools for those cool afternoons ahead – perfect for playtime with the family or just a relaxing few hours.
You can browse online for the full collection or visit your local store to ask what's in stock.
We've picked out some of our favourites from the list so that you won't miss out – but be quick. Stock may not last.
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Summer Waves Family Pool
- Price: £230
Save £60 on this 12 foot round frame pool designed for hours of fun with the family.
The pool, which comes with a filter pump and protective cover, measures about four metres across, so there's plenty of room for the kids too.
Keep in mind you'll need to build it yourself, but with its metal frame which snaps in for folding, it should be pretty easy.
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And don't forget delivery costs – these may differ especially if you want it by tomorrow.
Pink Castle Paddling Pool
- Price: £95
Complete with water sprinklers at the arched entrance to add more fun to your child's play time, it doesn't get any more magical than this.
You get two beach balls along with the castle, where there are another two water sprinklers inside for maximum enjoyment.
An air pump is included but you'll need to inflate it yourself. It's also for ages three and over so even your younger tots can have fun in the sun.
But make sure to shop around to find the best deal – we can't guarantee you won't find a better one elsewhere.
For example, this Aldi inflatable castle costs £89.99 and should set up in minutes.
Inflatable Funhouse with Pool and Slide
- Price: £250
You'll get hours of fun out of this outdoor funhouse complete with a small pool and slide.
The climbable walls have inflatable handles so your little ones can climb safely to the top, and you can either fill the pit with water or soft play balls for hours of giggles.
It should take you two minutes to blow up and it comes with a repair kit should anything tear.
It also folds back up nicely for storage in the winter.
Chad Valley Unicorn Pool
- Price: £50
This magical pool will get your kid's imagination running wild with its colourful play centre and built-in water sprayer.
It holds roughly 181 litres of water and takes four minutes to inflate.
But keep in mind it takes an extra six minutes to fill and there's no air pump included.
You might want to try this Outdoor Toys inflatable pool for £56.95 which comes with inflatable fish, a removable slide and four balls to start you off.
Polygroup 10ft Quick Up Paddling Pool
- Price: £70
Save £15 on this handy paddling pool.
All you need to do is inflate the top ring, and the pool will rise as it fills with water.
Made from durable materials, this pool should last you years with endless laughter out in the summer heat.
You even get a protective cover, repair kit and pump when you buy it, so you should be set up in no time.
As always, make sure you check delivery costs before you splash the cash.
Chad Valley Rectangular Kids Paddling Pool
- Price: £25
There's plenty of room in this sleek pool for your little ones and their friends to have fun during the holidays.
Made from sturdy pre-tested vinyl, it comes with two nozzles to help you inflate and fold down your pool with no hassle.
Do note that there's no air pump included in this one, so you'll have to make do without. But at seven feet long it shouldn't take you long.
The pool can hold a maximum 400 litres of water.
We recommend you shop around to find the best deals for your summer fun.
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While these are bargain buys, there may be something better elsewhere for a cheaper price.
Do have a look at Lidl for their summer range, as well as Asda and Tesco. Make sure you check their prices to make sure you're getting the best deal, and remember to factor in delivery costs.
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