AKASO Inflatable Swimming Pools, 118″ X 71″ X 22″ Blow Up Swimming Pools for Kids, Adults, Children, Toddlers, Full-Sized

(8 customer reviews)


  • Family-Size Inflatable Swimming Pool: 118″ X 71″ X 22″ inflatable kiddie pool can hold up to 2 adults and 3-5 kids at the same time. The right-size swimming pool for the entire family to together share cooling moment in this hot summer.
  • Safe & Soft: Made by Naphthalene free, Lead free & BPA-free materials that are CPSIA , CPC and ASTM certified, the Akaso inflatable pool meets the international standards of toys for children, absolutely safe for children and adults.
  • Strong & Stable Structure: With 3 individual air chambers, the blow up pool can withstand extra weight while preventing air & water leakage; It’s 50% thicker than others, reducing the risk of punctures & offering a lengthy life span.
  • Easy to Use & Store: This family lounge pool can be effortlessly inflated in 3-4 minutes by an electric pump (*not included); Built-in 2 curve water valves double the speed of drainage.
  • Multiple Usage: Fill it with water, balls and other toys to level up the fun or eliminate the clutter of bedroom, playroom, and bathtub for organizing toys.

Product Description





ball pool



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Weight17.31 kg
Dimensions16.73 × 12.99 × 7.09 cm




Product Dimensions

16.73"L x 12.99"W x 7.09"H




268 Gallons

Age Range (Description)


Frame Material

Polyvinyl Chloride


7 person

Special Feature


Target Audience


Assembly Required


Item Weight

17.31 Pounds



Country of Origin


Item model number



Lead free

Warranty Description

1 year manufacturer.

Batteries required




8 reviews for AKASO Inflatable Swimming Pools, 118″ X 71″ X 22″ Blow Up Swimming Pools for Kids, Adults, Children, Toddlers, Full-Sized

  1. Rosemarie Boothe

    Great product, my granddaughter enjoyed using it.

  2. Leslie Sieczkowski

    Sturdy for the price

  3. Amy

    Im not sure if it’s the heat, but I’m keeping my electric pump next to it . I have to keep pumping it every day.

  4. Alexa776

    Easy to Inflate with 3 separate levels. Nice sturdy bottom, and the drain holes are recessed slightly so water comes out easily when you wish to drain it..

  5. Cen

    I do not have a picture because I didn’t think to grab my phone while cursing at it and throwing it away.The set up is relatively easy – if you have an air compressor. If you do not have an air compressor, good luck not becoming a bitter human being. The air holes are pretty large (like the end of a hair dryer – maybe a little bigger), so you have to cup around whatever you use to actually get the air inside – which takes a lot more time to inflate x’s 3 (three layers).Once set up, the kids got around two to three lounges/plays in it before the slime/leaves/algae/bugs took it over. I spent more time cleaning and verbally assaulting it than they did playing in it.I bought a tarp to cover it – but you cannot properly keep a cover on a pool like this because there is nothing to latch it to. We (it absolutely takes at least two humans here) connected bungee cords under it to catch the cover – still didn’t work. Also, even if you could find a way to get every part of the pool covered, there’s no way to keep algae/slime/etc from forming without something to circulate the water – not to mention you need a water net and vacuum – just like a normal/traditional pool needs. For everything you need to make it safe to “swim” in so no one dies from some waterborne sickness, you might as well buy that bigger blow up that comes with a pump. I was constantly dumping, scrubbing, and filling this thing in three weeks time from set up. The summer heat made it much worse than anticipated. It was ridiculously gnarly.It’s a very large pool and for the limited time it was used, it fit myself, my husband and our 12 year old (12 y.o. and four friends of different shapes and sizes as well) with lots of room to spare. But to keep it hygienically clean so no one catches something nasty would require a dump and fill every two to three days – your water company will love you.It also loses its form due to heat – even if under shade. It goes from a rectangle shape with straight standing walls to a boat-like pillow. It’s very irritating.It would probably be great for a ball pit or something similar.As for what it is, a pool…We gave it a second chance and again we were let down. There will not be a third time.

  6. Tee

    Update: Didn’t notice til second time using it that it kept deflating because the seals are leaking around there nozzles where you blow it up and then clamp it. I’m so mad it’s day 31 I believe. I just hadn’t had time to use it so busy and now it won’t stay inflate. I pray I can patch it up somehow but I am thoroughly upset!!!! I guess the other reviews were dead on correct!So it’s not really big but it’s big enough for my sun to enjoy and I got in with him as well. I can lay the short length comfortably and practice floating in it. It’s nice for maybe 3/4 kids to cool off in but not room to really goof off in. When you refuse to have the hefty water bill and electric bill or don’t have lot of room (though I do) this is a very nice alternative. Took these pics while filling the pool still. It was 1/3 filled maybe.

  7. A

    So far so good. But I’m taking one star off because one said starts to deflate after 3days.

  8. Kimberly S.

    Update: Customer service contacted me and offered a full refund for the product! So I give 4 stars for excellent customer service! Minus one star for product quality.Does not hold air, does not stay inflated and water constantly spills out as the walls bow to a severe degree. Dimensions do not match what’s advertised, is about 5″ short on the long side and 3″ short on the short side.

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AKASO Inflatable Swimming Pools, 118″ X 71″ X 22″ Blow Up Swimming Pools for Kids, Adults, Children, Toddlers, Full-Sized
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