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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'

The Aquaglide Rebound Bouncer Set 12' is a great addition to any family wanting some fun in their pool. The set features an 8 sided water bouncer with access platform and is made from Duratex with commercial grade fabric reinforced with PVC material. The HD grip includes heavy duty molded handles and the swim step is a convenient platform for easy boarding. Other features include an UP Grip that incorporates boarding handles and a rebound slide.

Key Features of The Aquaglide Rebound Bouncer 12:
  • Duratex: commercial grade fabric reinforced PVC material
  • HD Grip: incorporates heavy duty molded handles for convenient boarding, climbing and/or transport
  • Interloc: heavy duty molded handles for convenient boarding, climbing and/or transport
  • Swimstep: includes convenient SwimStep access platform for easy boarding
  • UP Grip: incorporates convenient boarding handles that fold flat
  • 3-Year Aquaglide Warranty against manufacturing defects

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Aquaglide Rebound Bouncer 12'
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A shopper asked: does it have an anchoring point to attach to a mooring or anchor? Oct 27, 2013
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Susan K: 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. Nov 30, 2013
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Cynthia G L: Yes- we actually have ours on a mooring- we hook the line to the trampoline and keep in in the lake. Nov 29, 2013
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