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    swimming pool costs?

    So, what do you think a 20m one swimming lane (2m wide?) would cost? Just curious.

    Yes I could Google it.....just that you all or someone would kind of know...just a guess...thanks in advance.

    In ground or above ground...

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    Have you tried a smaller pool with a swim jet.

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    2m x 20m = 40sqm.
    at 15,000k per sqm.(some still do for this price)
    600,000k

    at 20,000k per sqm.(more common in cities)
    800,000k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    Have you tried a smaller pool with a swim jet.

    Much better idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    Have you tried a smaller pool with a swim jet.
    or just tie a bungy to your trunks, hey presto!

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    ^ lot cheaper as well.

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    "Have you tried a smaller pool with a swim jet."

    This is a great idea...thanks...really all I want to do is swim.
    I belong to a resort and swim there...Just be nice to have something at home.

    Never swam against a swim jet,,,have any of you?

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    much easier to swim away from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stewart888 View Post
    "Have you tried a smaller pool with a swim jet."

    This is a great idea...thanks...really all I want to do is swim.
    I belong to a resort and swim there...Just be nice to have something at home.

    Never swam against a swim jet,,,have any of you?

    It takes a little getting used to as you have to swim at a constant pace. But better than a bungee imo, and better than a 20 meter lap pool unless you are really keen on tumble turns.

    And most have a spa mode as a bonus.

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    I swim now at a 50m pool. Even a 25m seems small and yes with 20m lots of tumble turns.
    I like the idea now of a swim jet set up...thanks guys...

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    Cool

    Dr Andy in Chiang Mai (City) has one on his roof, but I haven't seen or heard from him in a long time on TD.

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