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Lidl is selling two adventure kids paddling pools, and they are perfect for summer
Our favourite way to spend a hot summer day is splashing about in the best paddling pool outdoors with the kids and giant inflatables (opens in new tab) to keep cool as the temperature climbs.
And, thanks to budget supermarket Lidl, which is selling two paddling pools at a bargain price for just £34.99 each, the summer fun won’t cost an arm and a leg!
One of the pools is pirate-themed, in the shape of a ship, and includes inflatable swords and cannon balls that can fire water.
The other is a jungle-themed version that comes with a slide, snake archway, ball games, and additional inflatable animals including monkeys and parrots.
Though, make sure you have enough room in your garden, as these paddling pools are not average paddling size.
The jungle pool is 2.97m long, and the pirate ship is 3.4m – so there’s lots of fun for the whole family to have a little dip when the temperature starts to rise.
Both pools are suitable for little tots aged two-years-old and up to have a paddle.
And, Lidl is offering a three-year guarantee in case the pools break, so you can easily return the pool if you have any problems.
The paddling pools go on sale from next Sunday May 19th – but you’ll have to hurry, as we are sure they’ll be popular buys.
And, if £35 isn’t cheap enough, Lidl is selling a rectangular paddling pool for just £13.99, and it includes its own headrests, as well as its own drinks holder for your mouth-watering summer cocktails to sit in.
Though, if these pools just aren’t big enough, you could pop over to rival store Aldi who are selling a whopping 10ft paddling pool (opens in new tab) for under £10!
Aldi’s pool has a capacity of 3,853 litres of water – so there is plenty of room for the whole family to get in for a paddle.
If your little ones are spending all day playing outside in the sun, be sure to check out our sun safety tips, and our list of the best and worst suncreams (opens in new tab) on the market.
All we have to do now is hope for a summer heat wave, so we can get the pool inflatables and barbecue out.