Buying Guide: If you need a ridiculous pool float, Jasonwell has you covered
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Buying Guide: If you need a ridiculous pool float, Jasonwell has you covered

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Weather is warming up and if you have access to a pool, lake, or ocean, it’s the perfect time to cool off in the water. These ridiculous pool floats from Jasonwell are sure to add a little whimsy to you summer lounging on the water.

Fun Designs

From a giant inflatable mermaid tail to a Jaws-inspired shark-shaped pool raft, Jasonwell has dozens of creative pool float designs that are sure to stand out from the crowd. Some floats seemed specifically designed to be Instagram-worthy like this classic pink flamingo pool float or this avocado-shaped floatie with a beach ball “pit.”

Durable and Comfortable

Jasonwell’s oversized pool floats are as comfortable as they are durable. They’re made from premium thick vinyl and a non-toxic non-phthalate material. They’re designed to get you in the water faster with specially designed valves that make inflation and deflation five times faster.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers love these fun pool floats from Jasonwell. They listed the colorful and unique designs as a big plus because both kids and adults loved them. Customers also liked that two adults were able to fit on these oversized rafts. The reviews mentioned how sturdy the floats felt on every design.

Jasonwell Inflatable Mermaid Tail Pool Float available from Amazon

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