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Pool Float

Reviewing: Intex Tote N Float  |  Rating:
kakoa By kakoa on
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We bought one of those inflatable pools for our backyard and decided to get a pool float to relax on. I wanted to make sure it would fit in the pool with enough room for at least one other person to be in the pool without getting hit. I was skeptical when I first saw this float, but decided to get it because it was on sale.

The big feature of this float is that it can be rolled up and stored while it is still inflated. The main part of the float is made of waves of chambers in the shape of small waves. All the chambers are connected so it is easy to blow up, but the waves allow the whole float to be flexible for rolling up.

The main body of the float, and the top part that is a pillow are separate air chambers. It is easy to inflate and only took about 3 minutes. I wasn't sure it would actually float because it seemed weak and flimsy. But it did, it floated just like any other float I have ever used.

The only bad thing is that after only 3 uses it got a small hole in the seam. I'm not sure how it happened, but one day all the air leaked out and I found a very small hole in the side. It came with a patch kit, but we haven't tried to fix it yet.