Wilton Bradley sees 37% uplift in Bestway paddling pool sales

Published on: 5th July 2019

The increase in sales over the last seven days comes after UK temperatures soar in time for the summer holidays. 

As the heatwave continues and with the summer holidays just around the corner, Wilton Bradley has experienced a significant uplift in sales of Bestway paddling pools. Whilst stock is selling quickly, the company still has availability domestically from its UK warehouse on a wide range of pools, pool toys and other summer inflatables, all ready for fast delivery in time for the peak season.

Bestway and Wilton Bradley have a range of pools available for every age, from small kid-friendly paddling pools to large above ground pools for the whole family to enjoy this summer.

Bestway and Wilton Bradley have also launched the new H20Go! Constant Air range which has proved popular at  retail, having sold out from most stores already in its first season. These bouncy castle water parks feature vibrant colours and fun features for kids such as water slides and sprayers. Other items within this H20Go! range include a variety of garden water slides.

Also new to Bestway and Wilton Bradley for summer 2019 is a range of fashion float inflatables which have been featured in this year’s Love Island series. Bestway’s new Pop Art collection introduces a unique concept to pool inflatables. The bright, pop art design features on a number of different pool inflatables including animal floats, beach balls and swim rings.

To find out more about ordering Bestway products please contact Wilton Bradley through its website.


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