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on April 30, 2017
I really like this float. I want to say however (and it was my fault) but just want to put this out here that I mistakenly thought i was purchasing two floats. I didn't click on every picture and didn't see the box said "one float". The title said "one pack" which with the picture and that I ASSUMED there were two. D'oh! LOL.
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on July 28, 2016
The bottom mesh ripped within minutes of use. There's a visible defect (moved seam) that probably never got inspected. The only reason we are not exchanging it is because it took 6 weeks to get here (from China!) and the replacement would arrive after the pool season is over.
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on July 10, 2016
I had a simple need: comfortable floating tubes with cupholders, to be enjoyed at the lake cabin. I ordered these after looking at many and could not have been more pleased with them.

1. They were easy to inflate: out of the box and ready to float in under ten minutes, even without an air compressor.
2. They're comfortable: there are two inflatable rings, one inner and one outer, that allow the mesh seat of the tube to sit lower in the water. The mesh seats did in fact protect our booties from nibbling sunfish.
3. Durable: When not in use, these got blown against the dock, against trees, stepped on by dogs, and sat on the beach overnight. They were always ready to go, and needed no re-inflation during our 3 day weekend.
4. Cupholders: made of stronger, harder plastic to keep your drink in place. It fit beer bottles and cans, and your standard juice glass, though nothing oversized. Just make sure to remove your beverage from the holder if you're going to slip off the tube for a dip, unless you like a bit of lake water in your beer.

I'll be buying more.
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on April 10, 2017
I am a big guy, 6'3" and 290 lbs. This tube worked great. The design puts you into a reclined position. It was extremely comfortable. Everyone in the family wanted to use this tube on a recent vacation.
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on October 24, 2017
With a pool in the backyard, we've come to accept that floats have to be replaced every year, and stopped purchasing the super expensive ones (they don't last any better!). I was pregnant over the summer and REALLY enjoyed floating in this. It lets you keep your legs and butt in the water (for cooling purposes) but you can still be fully supported and mostly upright. The "seat" is a kind of plastic mesh (not fabric) but that was fine because it didn't rip, no matter how many times my 7 year old jumped on it. The one thing that wasn't great was that it doesn't have any kind of headrest. The back is angled, so you do get some back support, but it would be even better if it had a separate part that was taller to support the head and neck.
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on October 13, 2016
These things are great. I've used them at least a half a doze times and they're great. The cup holder could be a bit bigger but they support you just fine in the water. I weigh 260 and I'm 6'3" and I have no issues using them. They seem well built and the plastic is pretty heavy duty. I fully expect to be able to use them next summer as well.
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on May 6, 2017
Perfect raft to sit and relax in with your drink in hand. It's sturdy and more durable than the other seated lounge chairs. I will definitely buy another when this one eventually goes. Great durability for a chair float.
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on August 18, 2017
Super comfortable to sit in, and it has the handles for easy carrying, as well as the cup holder for when you need to booze up. I took this up to an alpine lake (see: water, cold) and it was a little awkward to get my feet situated in a way that they wouldn't freeze in the water. Oddly enough, the part of my torso/midsection that was submerged in the water didn't get too cold, but my feet did. Going off on a bit of a tangent here but my main point is if you're looking for a float that'll let you put your feet up, you might try another product.

I actually bought this as something I could take with me while backpacking, but I stupidly overlooked how heavy this thing is. If you need to pack light, look elsewhere. But this float is awesome when using it. I love thing, and it's as good as the innertube form-factor gets, but there are more comfortable styles of floats out there.
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These are literally awesome. We use them to go down a river bc we are creeped out by putting legs down into the water. Full sized adults have used these every weekend this summer and both have no holes or issues.
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on July 7, 2017
I bought this for our pool for adults, but my 2.5 year old son LOVES it. It has become HIS float. I will be ordering a couple more (for adults) and for backups, but he absolutely LOVED it. Great float and especially for the price. Highly recommend it. Mesh bottom (solid) with smaller cup holder (won't fit a yeti, but should fit a normal size coke can or glass bottle.) We received the green and it's just as pictured.
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