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Intex relaxation island $187.59

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[Amazon.ca] Intex relaxation island $187.59

Been trying to find something like this forever. Seems like stuff like this is just sold out everywhere.
Last edited by Mars2012 on Aug 8th, 2021 6:45 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: added price to title
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SIX-PERSON INFLATABLE RAFT
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200$ for a floating island? Good grief.
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OP, please put "6-Person Raft" in the title and the price. :)
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Why is that no pump is included but the product specs says 1200 watts?
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Temporel wrote: OP, please put "6-Person Raft" in the title and the price. :)
I think op's title is more descriptive. I wouldn't really think of this as raft. It's a party Island
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Temporel wrote: OP, please put "6-Person Raft" in the title and the price. :)
May as well call it a balloon if that’s the case.
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Didn’t read the “raft” part in the title on Amazon, just looked at the first picture, thought it was an inflatable booty donut. Maybe that’s my idea of a relaxation island??
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Pretty bad ass and fun if your into lake activities.
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I came in because I didn't know what relaxation island was, sounds fancy. I feel like a heavy friend will topple this over...
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karuhime wrote: I feel like a heavy friend will topple this over...
Product Dimensions ‎368.3 x 317.5 x 50.8 cm

That's 12 x 10 feet. It won't topple.
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jdewit wrote: Product Dimensions ‎368.3 x 317.5 x 50.8 cm

That's 12 x 10 feet. It won't topple.
Might sag a little...
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All fun 'n games until you bust a hole. Save your $$ on this and get a lilypad or imitation version.
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kr0zet wrote: Might sag a little...
Or pop!

We've had a couple of these type of islands. Fun but don't count on getting more than one season out of them.
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razrsharp wrote: All fun 'n games until you bust a hole. Save your $$ on this and get a lilypad or imitation version.
Completely different product.
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jcon wrote: Completely different product.
Arguably not "completely" different. Both are portable floatation toys for multiple people, one is more suited for sitting and the other for horsing around. Different price points, for sure, but what I'm trying to convey is that these are generally cheap landfill products much like any other inflatables vs. a lilypad, which has a much durable bang for the buck.
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razrsharp wrote: Arguably not "completely" different. Both are portable floatation toys for multiple people, one is more suited for sitting and the other for horsing around. Different price points, for sure, but what I'm trying to convey is that these are generally cheap landfill products much like any other inflatables vs. a lilypad, which has a much durable bang for the buck.
Yeah and you could buy a boat, or a yacht. Might as well buy a real island while we’re sitting here talking about stupid things you could buy that are completely different and much more expensive.

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