Buyer’s Guide – cooling dips for tiny tots
There are few things as fun as playing and splashing in cool water on a hot summer day. If you don’t live close to the sea or a lake, one of our many inflatable children’s pools can do the trick. Since the range is large, it can be difficult to find the right one, but do not despair. In this guide, we will help you find a children’s pool that is suitable for you and your child.
Choose a children’s pool of the right size and depth
There are two main things to consider when choosing a children’s pool or baby pool for your child – size and depth.
- Size – the size of the children’s pool you should buy depends on the child’s age, how many children will use it at the same time, and how much space you have for the pool. Biltema’s children’s pools can be placed in a garden as well as on a patio or courtyard.
- Depth – the depth of the children’s pool depends entirely on the age of the child. For small children, a water depth of about 10-20 centimetres is enough, while larger toddlers can bathe in a children’s pool where the water comes up to their knees or waist.
Biltema’s children’s pools
In our range you will find inflatable children’s pools of different sizes, colours, and shapes, all of which are soft and easy to store and move. Our baby pools are suitable for the very smallest children aged 0-1 year. Our slightly larger children’s pools are perfect for toddlers from the age of 2 as they often need a little more space in which to play and splash. Make sure to supervise your child at all times when they’re in or around the children’s pool!
By the way, the children’s pool can also be used in winter
When summer is over and it’s no longer bathing weather, you can move the children’s pool into the bathroom ¨so your child can still splash around. Or you can put it in their room and replace the water with a sack of play balls to give your child their very own ball pit!
Frequently asked questions about children's pools
What size children’s pool should I buy?
It depends on the age of the child, how many children will use it at the same time, and how much space you have for the pool.
How often should I change the water in a children’s pool?
If you do not use pool care products that clean the water, you should replace it daily.