At a desirable price point, this volleyball court is easy entertainment for both kids and adults. Surprisingly larger than expected, you can get everyone in the pool to play so long as some players know how to tread water in the deep end. Brightly colored and keeps the focus on having fun.
You may need to come up with a few DIY hacks to secure the court and prevent it from drifting around.
Easy to set up and start hitting the ball around in the comfort of your own swimming pool. Customers note that expert volleyball skills are not required as the equipment will stand up to mild abuse. We love the court will stay in place with a bit of sand or water to weigh it down.
We would love this net even more if the entire width was actual netting and not so much in the way of string attachments.
Pool volleyball is one of the more social sports where kids and adults alike can participate. Sturdy enough to withstand spikes from the former high school standout. Expected to wear well too.
We would expect more in the way of accessories.
One of the few pool volleyball sets that provides height adjustments, adapting to varying levels of play. Constructed well, this net is not an eyesore in the event it becomes a fixture in your pool. We love how it adapts to not just levels of play, but pool designs as well.
Some wish the poles were a bit longer to adapt to custom construction.
A big, sturdy net that can be cut up, re-tied and still function well for your pool volleyball intentions. Ideal for those with spacious backyards, where pools can accommodate a net that will conjure competition for sure.
Basic in the sense it's only a net and does not come with poles or additional pool equipment.
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A swimming pool volleyball set is fun in the pool or at the lake. Kids will want to stay in the water longer when they have this exciting game at their disposal. Some types of swimming pool volleyball nets are set up with the poles outside the water. The net attaches to the poles with a string, stretching across the water. This type of game works for a swimming pool than a lake. Another option is an inflatable volleyball set. This type of set has an inflatable base and poles. The net stretches between the two poles, allowing you to play volleyball even in open water. Notably, some inflatable volleyball sets do not have anchors.
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