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Thread: Opinions on a 15' x 52" AGP ?

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    Opinions on a 15' x 52" AGP ?

    What are your impressions on a 15' round AGP ? Is there enough room in a pool of this size for kids (2) to have a good time ? Or is it akin to having an oversized bathtub in your yard ? Will the kids just lose interest ? Reason for asking is used pickings are slim and pricey. Except for an almost new 15' x 52" resin pool package with a new liner, already taken down and for $1150.
    18x33 Oval AGP. Unibead liner, Compupool CPSC 36 SWG, 1.5 HP Hayward, 200 lb sand filter, wedding cake steps, TFT 100, Pool Rover Jr. Liner pad and foam cove.

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    Re: Opinions on a 15' x 52" AGP ?

    15' is very small. Unless your children are very young the pool will feel cramped. Use a bag of flour and lay out a 15' circle in your yard and you will see just how small it is. I think you would be happier with the large intex ultra metal frame pool new, with an upgraded pump and filter kit. Walmart has a 22' intex for $799.00 and you can find larger pools online as well.
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    Re: Opinions on a 15' x 52" AGP ?

    Kids get bigger-------------pools don't! And then there's the occassional pesky adult..or 2.....or 3.
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    Re: Opinions on a 15' x 52" AGP ?

    we originally had a 18' round pool thinking it would be good enuf, well that didnt last long and now have a 18x33'
    get the biggest pool you can the 1st time and avoid buying it twice!
    18' x 33' Aqua leader AGP (~19k gal) w/hayward swimpro voyager cartridge filter and 2hp hayward pump.
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    Re: Opinions on a 15' x 52" AGP ?

    Don't spend that much for a 15'!
    Buy a cheap popup frame Intex and use it for now, save $$ and then upgrade with something bigger and nicer when the kids get bigger. The fun is still there with the smaller pool, just will be crowded if too many in the pool.
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    Re: Opinions on a 15' x 52" AGP ?

    Thanks for all the advice. Those were my reservations as well. Pools are tricking onto the classifieds now that spring is coming. New add today for a 33" x 18" oval with everything we're looking for. Any advice about oval AGPs.
    18x33 Oval AGP. Unibead liner, Compupool CPSC 36 SWG, 1.5 HP Hayward, 200 lb sand filter, wedding cake steps, TFT 100, Pool Rover Jr. Liner pad and foam cove.

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