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3 hours ago, jabbath1987 said:

A lot more. The pool has diameter of about 3,5m even with only 15cm of water we already have about 1400 liters of water in there

 

3 hours ago, jabbath1987 said:

Did they think about how much the floor can take? We have about 1.5 tons already...

Hey Jabba, I'm not so sure about your calculations here. I would probably go with 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) in diameter. However, unless they put more water in it, the water level I see in these pics and GIFs is nowhere near 15 cm (6 inches) deep. Fifteen cm of water would cover a person's ankles and then some, but in this picture and previous GIFs the water barely covers the top of his foot. It doesn't even come up to his ankle bone.

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In one of the GIFs on page 25 or 26, you can see when the girl in white is on her knees, the water level doesn't even cover her knees. Based on your calculations, 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) in diameter and 15 cm (6 inches) of water, versus what I see in this pool, I don't think there could be 1400 liters (369 gallons) of water in that oversized tub. 

But, as I said, you guys have the luxury of seeing it live, I can only go by the pictures.  So, if they put more water in it, obviously I'm wrong.

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37 minutes ago, letsdothis said:

  

 

Hey Jabba, I'm not so sure about your calculations here. I would probably go with 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) in diameter. However, unless they put more water in it, the water level I see in these pics and GIFs is nowhere near 15 cm (6 inches) deep. Fifteen cm of water would cover a person's ankles and then some, but in this picture and previous GIFs the water barely covers the top of his foot. It doesn't even come up to his ankle bone.

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In one of the GIFs on page 25 or 26, you can see when the girl in white is on her knees, the water level doesn't even cover her knees. Based on your calculations, 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) in diameter and 15 cm (6 inches) of water, versus what I see in this pool, I don't think there could be 1400 liters (369 gallons) of water in that oversized tub. 

But, as I said, you guys have the luxury of seeing it live, I can only go by the pictures.  So, if they put more water in it, obviously I'm wrong.

Will they use a pump to empty it?

BTW,you're never wrong buddy😁👍

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6 minutes ago, Dave 27 said:

Will they use a pump to empty it?

BTW,you're never wrong buddy😁👍

I don't know about the pump, but I hope they find some way to empty it safely.

The best I can be, is the best I can be, but I don't want to be perfect or always right. 

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28 minutes ago, letsdothis said:

I don't know about the pump, but I hope they find some way to empty it safely.

The best I can be, is the best I can be, but I don't want to be perfect or always right. 

They could put a hose in the sink and siphon it like they would a gasoline tank.

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1 minute ago, StnCld316 said:

They could put a hose in the sink and siphon it like they would a gasoline tank.

That might work, but doesn't the sink have to be lower than the water level? IDK for sure.

They could gently lift one side of the pool to get the water to the other side, then dip it out with a bucket. Kind of like bailing a boat. :biggrin: When the water level was low enough, they could fold in half, carry it outside and flip it over. Otherwise, they might have to have something with a motor on it to create some actual suction. Just thinking out loud.

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it can be a higher level.  I used to have a waterbed years ago and that's how I drained mine.  The window sill was a lot higher than the waterbed on the floor.

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2 hours ago, letsdothis said:

  

 

Hey Jabba, I'm not so sure about your calculations here. I would probably go with 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) in diameter. However, unless they put more water in it, the water level I see in these pics and GIFs is nowhere near 15 cm (6 inches) deep. Fifteen cm of water would cover a person's ankles and then some, but in this picture and previous GIFs the water barely covers the top of his foot. It doesn't even come up to his ankle bone.

1186875338_2021-06-0400_28_56-Greenshot.thumb.png.efa35754c113fe431968084d0e2d6aab.png

In one of the GIFs on page 25 or 26, you can see when the girl in white is on her knees, the water level doesn't even cover her knees. Based on your calculations, 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) in diameter and 15 cm (6 inches) of water, versus what I see in this pool, I don't think there could be 1400 liters (369 gallons) of water in that oversized tub. 

But, as I said, you guys have the luxury of seeing it live, I can only go by the pictures.  So, if they put more water in it, obviously I'm wrong.

I think you are right But right now there is a lot more water in it already. 

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