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Forget Trampolines - Whose got one of these????

(15 Posts)
Milliways Sat 28-May-05 21:24:16

I sooooo want one of these from the Toys R Us sale.

Do people really have these at home?

Nemo1977 Sat 28-May-05 21:26:23

i wish if we had one of them would need it between about 3

assumedname Sat 28-May-05 21:27:55

Want one, want one.

Milliways Sat 28-May-05 22:12:46

But.... they're out of stock

feelingold Sat 28-May-05 22:22:30

I think there is a similar one in the Argos catalogue for £299 but all paddling pools etc have 20% off this weekend so this would make them about £239. Wish I had room for one.

highlander Sat 28-May-05 22:38:03

OMG, I have to have one! Not for DS though, he's only 8 months

jampots Sat 28-May-05 22:47:03

yes we want one too!!!!

tiddlypom Sat 28-May-05 22:47:27

Dd wants one of those (of course), or just a big inflatable pool thing. I might even consider the latter except that I can't believe it would last, being inflatable - doesn't it just get holes?

Jayzmummy Sat 28-May-05 22:50:25

Want one, want one. Have to have one!!!

stitch Sat 28-May-05 22:58:57

inflatable stuff tends to last at least a summer. though you should be able to get a few years out of it if you take care of it which we didnt
i actually dont want one at all, as i know that by the time i have it all set up, the kids will be bored of it. just stupid practical reasons like that.
course i would love to have a friend who had this, and could go visit her after she had set it up!

JoolsToo Sat 28-May-05 22:59:54

who's going to blow it up though?

tiddlypom Sat 28-May-05 23:00:20

Good idea, stitch - get a friend to buy one! One summer is too short in my book.

Milliways Sat 28-May-05 23:01:44

Or where would you store it once deflated? They never go back in the box!

stitch Sat 28-May-05 23:03:10

exactly, thats why they have to reduce the price etc, coz though we all want one, we wont buy one

BadHair Sat 28-May-05 23:22:06

If I had one of those I'd be able to see into the every garden in my street before I descended, whooping, into the pool below. Downside would be that everyone in the street would be able to see me in my swimmers, which wouldn't be a pleasant sight.
Kids would be entertained for about 10 minutes then troop indoors to spread out the toy car collection (again).
On balance, I think I'll leave it in the shop.

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