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    ReallyEZPools?

    This post is on behalf of my wife, who posted a similar question on another forum and received zero replies:

    "I'm a newbie and want to buy a Reallyezpool , the 7'x12' for lap swimming (with a harness). I have yet to see anything about this above-ground-pool on any forums . We used to have a spa for my husband's back issues, it was hard to maintain, and he hardly ever used it. This has made him skeptical about my motivation to maintain a pool given the $1500 price. We have a very narrow lot too and anything wider than 7' would encroach our walkway. Comments and ideas about good quality brands and/or sellers would be helpful. Thanks."

    I noticed this site is much more active and hope we might receive some helpful advice.

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    Re: ReallyEZPools?

    We've not heard of a lot of installs but maybe someone here will know more about them. It's a good concept I just don't know about the usefullness or longivity.
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    Re: ReallyEZPools?

    Also, we're in Southern California and want to buy locally. Thanks.

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    Re: ReallyEZPools?

    Quote Originally Posted by alappoolguy
    This post is on behalf of my wife, who posted a similar question on another forum and received zero replies:

    "I'm a newbie and want to buy a Reallyezpool , the 7'x12' for lap swimming (with a harness). I have yet to see anything about this above-ground-pool on any forums
    I looked at those. They do seem to be much more stout than the offerings from Intex and the like, hence, the higher price. I see they show a guy whacking the side of his liner with a sledgehammer and it just knocks surface water out of the pool. Impressive.

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