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    Ultimate Double Water Tubes

      Ultimate Double Water Tubes is rated 4.291666666666667 out of 5 by 24.
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    Designed to outperform and outlast, Ultimate Double pool water bags are 30% thicker and more dependable than any other double water tube available!

    Each Ultimate Double Water Tube features heat sealed seams for superior strength and UV and anti-cracking inhibitors to ensure longevity.

    Sure seal valves, allow the water bags to be easily filled with a garden hose and quickly drained for spring opening.

    8 ft. Ultimate Double Water Tubes are available in Blue, Black or Tan; 10 ft. Ultimate Double Water Tubes are available in Blue only.

    Save Big with our 8' and 10' Double Water Tube 6 Pack!
      • Item: # W1908 8 ft. BLUE ULTIMATE DOUBLE WATER TUBE $9.99
      • Item: # W1910 8 ft. BLUE ULTIMATE DOUBLE WATER TUBE TUBE 6 PACK $56.99
      • Item: # W1912 8 ft. TAN ULTIMATE DOUBLE WATER TUBE $9.99
      • Item: # W1914 8 ft. TAN ULTIMATE DOUBLE WATER TUBE 6 PACK $56.99
      • Item: # W1916 8 ft. BLACK ULTIMATE DOUBLE WATER TUBE $9.99
      • Item: # W1918 8 ft. BLACK ULTIMATE DOUBLE WATER TUBE 6 PACK $56.99
      • Item: # W1920 10 ft. BLUE ULTIMATE DOUBLE WATER TUBE $10.99
      • Item: # W1922 10 ft. BLUE ULTIMATE DOUBLE WATER TUBE 6 PACK $61.99
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      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better Water Tubes Just installed 6 of the Ultimate Water Tubes so I can't say how long they last. In the past I used the cheaper water tubes and some of them leaked right away. Most of the cheaper tubes didn't last a full season and I decided to get the Ultimate Water Tubes to avoid regular replacement. The new tubes are heavy duty and heat sealed on all edges. They appear to be far less likely to leak especially on the corners where to cheaper tubes tend to leak the most. The caps are a lot easier to close than the cheaper tubes and they appear to seal very well. After trying these water tubes I think they are well worth the extra expense.
      Date published: 2012-11-01
      Rated 3 out of 5 by from Prefer the double tubes to the single tubes.... We have been buying these water tubes for over 26 years, and have always been very happy with them, until the past few years, when it seems that the tubes have gone down in quality, due to many tubes having leaks in them!! Just like so many products in our world today, quality has gone down and down, but price has gone up and up..............
      Date published: 2014-10-16
      Rated 4 out of 5 by from These are the ones you want to buy I have purchased these in the past and found them superior to the other tubes I had. That's why I bought them again. 8' tubes are the way to go if you plan on moving them after filling them. 10' tubes are to hard to move when full. The fill/drain holes being close to the end make emptying so much easier than the ones that had the hole 6" from the end.
      Date published: 2014-10-11
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Sturdy Water Tubes I like the thickness of these bags and feel confident they'll hold up nicely during our Northeast winter weather not to mention so far they are immune to the squirrels that run over them trying to get a drink of rain water that accumulates on the pool cover putting little rips in them as has happened with lesser quality bags. I also like the double sided feature just in case something unforeseen should manage to tear one side the other side still holds enough water to keep the cover securely in place.
      Date published: 2014-10-02
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      How many water bags do I need for my pool?
      Water tubes should be placed end to end, on the outer edge of your pool cover. Click the Additional images link above to see our chart for how many 8' double water bags are needed, for different size pools. If you are using 10 ft water tubes, subtract 1 or 2. Remember that it's always best to have a few extra water tubes on hand, for mid-winter water tube failures.
      Double Water Tubes – are they better than single water tubes?
      Double water tubes have two chambers, so if one side gets punctured, the other side can still serve as a viable, though underweight water tube. Second advantage is that double tubes don't roll the way single tubes do, especially on a sloped pool deck.
      What can I do to care for my pool cover water bags?
      Water bags can leak if they are punctured or they can burst if dropped from waist-high height. Be careful not to drag your cover bags around the deck, they can easily become abraded and a leak will more easily occur. Also, don't overfill the water bags, so that they have room to expand when they freeze solid, without stretching the vinyl.
      I heard that animals and critters are to blame for punctured water bags?
      It's true – during periods of winter drought, some smart animals of the forest may learn to puncture a pool cover bag with a sharp tooth or talon, and drink their fill. If you have squirrels, birds, raccoons or chipmunks near your pool, place a few small plastic bowls of water around the pool cover, to lure them away from your water tubes.
      How do I fill these pool cover water bags?
      Fill with any garden hose a little more than halfway full. You will find it easier to fill the water bags by spreading the bags out, around the pool cover – and then filling them. Full water bags, especially the 10 ft. water bags, are quite heavy – too heavy to carry around the pool by yourself. Two people can carry them, but be careful not to drop the end on the concrete, which may cause the water bag to split.
      What colors of water bags do you carry?
      We have blue, black and tan water bags. It used to be that you could get any color water tube that you wanted – as long as that color was blue. Nowadays, to match a more contemporary patio, pool covers are now available in a Tan color, and so we now also have Tan water tubes to match. Tan is popular, but not as popular as our Black water tubes. Dirt hides more easily on the Black water tubes, which is probably why they can be a popular color.
      How do I empty the water bags?
      Come springtime, just pop the top, or open the valve and lift the other end. The water will rush out of each bag in about thirty seconds. After draining, it's a good idea to hose clean your water tubes, and perhaps give them a little scrub with a soft cleanser and rinse again. After the water tubes have dried, you can roll them up, or fold them for summer storage.
      Are these Ultimate Water Tubes really Tough?
      We understand your pain. That's why we specifically asked the manufacturer to make us an exclusive water bag that would bring rave reviews instead of frequent complaints of premature failure. If you are tired of buying supposedly "thick and durable" pool cover tubes that don't last very long, the Ultimate Water Tubes are here for you. More than 30% thicker than our regular water tubes, you'll notice the difference immediately when you open the box.
      Can water tubes be repaired?
      Use any vinyl patch kit to patch small holes or abrasions on the water tube vinyl. It's the same patch kit we sell for vinyl liners or inflatable pool toys.