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About Wham-O Swimming Pools & Waterslides

Wham-O is a toy company founded by Richard Knerr in 1948. They are recognized for their marketing efforts of classic toys like the Frisbee and Hula Hoop. By 1957, Wham-O bought the rights from Fred Morrison to sell the Flyin-Saucer or most commonly referred to as Frisbee. After a year, they marketed the famous Hula Hoop. By 1958, the Hula Hoop craze started. The following years were fruitful for Wham-O as the sales on the Frisbee improved. They also managed to produce other product such as the Slip ‘N’ Slide and Super Ball. By 1982, however, Kransco Group Companies bought Wham-O. After 12 years, Mattel acquired the brand. In 1997, a group of investors bought back Wham-O from Mattel. Unfortunately, it was short-lived as by January 2006 Cornerstone Overseas Investment Limited bought the brand. Today, The Aguilar Group owns Wham-O.During summer, temperatures can be too hot for your family. Luckily, to cool down and have some fun you don’t need to excavate your backyard and build a pool. All you need is a practical and economical swimming pool that you can easily set-up without the help of professionals. If you are in need of a swimming pool, you will find the best selections from trusted brands here. We have different sizes of swimming pools to cater small to large households. They are also available in shapes like oval, round and rectangular so you can have peace of mind that it will fit in your backyard. To make swimming more exciting, we’ve included accessories and water slides in our collection. You can get sand filter pump and pool cover pump. As a matter fact, you can get a vibrant light show fountain and inflatable water slide. If you are going on a night swim, you can get solar blanket which is designed to prevent heat loss. It can also keep dirt and other debris from getting in the pool.