Parents race to Argos to nab a summer essential reduced to £9 that’s perfect for toddlers in the heatwave

It can be difficult to find ways to keep your toddler cool during a heat wave.

So it’s no surprise that parents are racing to Argos to buy the £9 item, perfect for this weekend’s hot weather.

Parents are racing to Argos to buy a sensational rug reduced from £30 to £9


Parents are racing to Argos to buy a sensational rug reduced from £30 to £9Credit: Facebook Group/Extreme Coupons and Bargains UK
It's the perfect way to keep your toddler cool during this weekend's heatwave


It’s the perfect way to keep your toddler cool during this weekend’s heatwaveCredit: Argos

Georgie has arrived Great UK coupons and bargains Facebook group to share your bargain purchases.

Next to a photo of the Bestway Underwater Splash Pad, Georgie wrote: “Paid £30 at the start of the summer.

“Only one for next year because my kids punctured ours!”

The waterbed is currently in the clearance section at Argos and has been reduced to an impressive £9.

“I have one, they are so bright,” one person commented.

And reviews on the Argos website also paint a positive picture.

One person wrote: “Bought this to replace the previous water pad.”

“This is very good, very interesting for children. The water spray is not too high but still effective.”

“Brought it to my nephew instead of filling up the pool, he loved it,” another added.

However, others claim the water jets on the splash pad don’t fly as high as expected.

One person wrote: “This has the potential to be a great splash/paddling pool with the added fun of a sprinkler… however the base does not separate from the rim with the hole for the sprinkler, so The air just escapes.”

“A faucet always needs high pressure to make this worthwhile.

“It’s a shame as a dual purpose, shallow rug, would be suitable for younger children… maybe I didn’t read the full description but I have a disappointed child.”

Another added: “Bought for my niece, a bit disappointed as the water doesn’t spray much but maybe not enough pressure in my faucet.”

“But she loves it anyway!”

If you can’t find one of the reduced splash pads at Argos, there are other options elsewhere.

In the comments section of Georgie’s post, other parents revealed they had found similar children at Asda.

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“£7 at Asda!” one person wrote.

As another added: “Paid £4 in Asda”.

Edmuns DeMars

Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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