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Old 02-05-2006, 03:42 PM
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Anyone got, of knows anything about flexiponds? Its a rigid pond made from a revolutionary rubberised material which means it can be folded up and delivered in a box. According to the manufacturer its like a cross between a flexible and a rigid liner with the advantages of both and none of their associated problems. Im considering getting one, but thought Id ask if anyone had any experience of them. Heres a link to a website selling them.

http://www.gardenitems.co.uk/pebble_pools_flexipond.php

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Old 04-05-2006, 02:11 AM posted to alt.garden.pond.chat
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"seneca" wrote in message
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Anyone got, of knows anything about flexiponds? It's a rigid pond made
from "a revolutionary rubberised material" which means it can be folded
up and delivered in a box. According to the manufacturer it's like a
cross between a flexible and a rigid liner with the advantages of both
and none of their associated problems. I'm considering getting one, but
thought I'd ask if anyone had any experience of them. Here's a link to a
website selling them.

http://tinyurl.com/mpa98

I don't see how you can go wrong with this for a smaller pond. I don't know
if adding a drain to it would be a problem though.

Randy R


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seneca wrote:
Anyone got, of knows anything about flexiponds? It’s a rigid pondmade
from “a revolutionary rubberised material” which means itcan be folded
up and delivered in a box. According to the manufacturer it’s like a
cross between a flexible and a rigid liner with the advantages of both
and none of their associated problems. I’m considering getting one, but
thought I’d ask if anyone had any experience of them. Here’s a link to a
website selling them.

http://tinyurl.com/mpa98


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seneca


sorry 。。but I donot konw what your
meaning i am a new comer in this group ..

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Old 08-05-2006, 02:35 AM posted to alt.garden.pond.chat
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After looking at the website, I would be concerned about the 1 year
warranty. Seems to me the company doesn't have a lot of confidence in its
durability.


"seneca" wrote in message
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Anyone got, of knows anything about flexiponds? It's a rigid pond made
from "a revolutionary rubberised material" which means it can be folded
up and delivered in a box. According to the manufacturer it's like a
cross between a flexible and a rigid liner with the advantages of both
and none of their associated problems. I'm considering getting one, but
thought I'd ask if anyone had any experience of them. Here's a link to a
website selling them.

http://tinyurl.com/mpa98


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seneca





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