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Aquaglide Rebound Bouncer 12'

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Material: Duratex: commercial grade fabric reinforced PVC material
Ladder: Yes
Max Users: 2
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Aquaglide Rebound Bouncer 12'

One of our most popular items, the Rebound™ bouncer is a surprisingly affordable way for discriminating customers to appreciate Platinum™ quality and value! The Rebound's eight-sided design offers excellent bounce and is easier to setup and maintain than those with metal frames and springs. Comes with SwimStep™ platform and molded boarding and transport handles. Rebound™ 12 accommodates up to three users.

Key Features of Aquaglide Rebound Bouncer 12':
  • Material: Duratex™ Commercial grade fabric reinforced PVC material.
  • Size: 12'W x 30'H
  • Capacity: 3
  • Max Weight: 600lbs
  • Minimum Depth: 8'
  • UV Block™ treated for high resistance to the sun's damaging rays.
  • RF Weld™ seams for high quality and outstanding durability.
  • Interloc™ Heavy duty stainless fittings and convenient straps for modular use.
  • HD Grip™ Incorporates heavy duty molded handles for convenient boarding and/or transport.
  • SwimStep™ access platform for easy boarding.

Rebound Bouncer 12


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does it have an anchoring point to attach to a mooring or anchor?
A shopper on Oct 27, 2013
Best Answer: Yes. There are two D-rings on the bottom. You can attach an anchor to one, but two will keep it from spinning. We have two separate anchors--one for each D-ring. We are DIYers and we didn't have what we needed to rig a rope or chain in a Y shape so we could attach both rings to just one anchor. CAUTION: Follow the instructions and be sure not to attach the rope or chain too tight. Originally we had one anchor and tightly attached it somehow with one chain. We left the house for the afternoon and came back and found the chain had snapped and the bouncer floated away. Fortunately it was just over on the other side of the dock. Hope this is helpful.
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