The reinforced plastic made it plenty strong enough to handle the weight of my 10 ft round above ground pool. The price is reasonable, but is a little more than double in price compared to 1 ft x 1 ft x 2 in concrete pavers. The cons to the pavers, 1. They’re made of concrete, just over 20 lbs each. 2. Because of the size and weight it’s going to make it a whole lot harder get all 10 legs to match the same level. Which is one the most important things of the set up of your above ground pool. 3. I didn’t want the chance of a grandkid stubbing a toe. These stabilizers are a few ounces in weight, only 6 in x 6 in in size, and most importantly if you need to adjust some legs to make everything level to can very easily stack to match. Definitely worth the cost difference to pavers.
JUST BE PATIENT... SEVERAL WAYS TO STACK SO THERE ARE VARIOUS HEIGHTS...BUT NEEDS MORE OF THE THICKEST PIECES, HAD TO USE PAVERS ON 3
Ok product thought it should have came with more of the thicker pieces had to use paver cement then add from there
I have not used them yet. But I'm sure I will be happy with them.
These are what pools should come with instead of figuring out what to use!! I was using cement blocks I was worried about them puncturing the pool however I did use a cut up pool noodle to set in front of them so after all the hard work of setting up a pool to find it’s still off level I discovered these pool level kits, Amazing!!Easy!!