Backyard Ice Rink Kits – The Simple Rink 10×20 Foot Ice Surface

September 29, 2015 - Comment

If you are looking for backyard ice rink kits it doesn’t get any easier than this one. The Simple Rink is for one season use and will help create the perfect 10 x 20 foot ice surface. This is an affordable alternative to get your backyard ready for the winter season. Creating a rink from

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If you are looking for backyard ice rink kits it doesn’t get any easier than this one. The Simple Rink is for one season use and will help create the perfect 10 x 20 foot ice surface. This is an affordable alternative to get your backyard ready for the winter season. Creating a rink from scratch is time consuming and takes a good bit of effort. Give yourself a break this winter and get the kids going quickly when the cold weather hits. Family fun with a simple ice rink┬ásetup in your own backyard sounds like a winning situation to me. Have Fun!!

The Simple Rink is a sturdy bag that unfolds into a rectangular rink, holding water in the proper shape to freeze into a smooth ice surface. The bag allows 2-3 Inch of water to freeze in one shot, removing the need for repeated flooding and freezing. An occasional spray of water will keep the surface smooth. Note that this item is for use for 1 winter season or until first thaw. For any questions, contact the manufacturer at 1-800-737-7174 (Mon-Fri, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM EST).

Product Features

  • 10-Feet by 20-Feet
  • Use for single winter season or until 1st thaw
  • Simple to use
  • Fun for the family

Comments

Joseph B. says:

Time saver!! Worked great. I would recommend using a rigid hose to fill so you can walk away for awhile while it fills. Use a flat surface to get the water to evenly fill the bag. It can be a little lumpy/rigid, but it’s much easier if you can get it as flat as possible Try to fill the entire bag as full as possible to avoid ripples in the ice when you cut the top off. I waited until December 27th to fill when I knew the temps were going to drop significantly. We had several days below 0F and it still didn’t completely freeze. I’m wondering if the ground was still a little too warm because I filled it the first morning of the cold snap. When I stepped on the center, the rink popped several times and a large amount of water leaked out the bottom and out into the driveway. This could have been normal and was not the catastrophe I imagined as the rink still held it’s shape with only a slight dip in the center. I’d recommend at least 7 days of very cold weather to avoid this and don’t fill…

kevin miraglia says:

Four Stars good for a beginner skater. also you must have really level ground

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