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Play Day 48" Inflatable Bump N' Run, 2-pack, $19

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[Walmart] Play Day 48" Inflatable Bump N' Run, 2-pack, $19

Regular price was $80 (probably inflated), then $49, now $19.
Need to order something worth $6 to avoid $5 order processing fee.
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These are great for watching kids get injured. Better than trampolines.
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seafish wrote: Regular price was $80 (probably inflated), then $49, now $19.
Need to order something worth $6 to avoid $5 order processing fee.
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Bought it at $80. Definitely wasn't inflated upon arrival.
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rice_demon wrote: Bought it at $80. Definitely wasn't inflated upon arrival.
Sorry to hear it. That must have been terribly deflating.
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Before figuring out the size and age rating I thought that this might be something that would be able to drain the energy of my 5 year old and 2 year old. Then thinking it through again I'm tempted to try anyways. I'd probably get in trouble for trapping them in these things though.
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2 for $19 is seriously wild. I think it's worth an impulse buy.
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I get it and there is risk, but I hate this culture so much.
Almost everything in life has potential danger. What's the limit of protecting people?
No sports. Don't drive. Don't walk. No boats. No ATVs. No skateboards. No bikes.
Not starting anything. It just makes me feel sad that life is so restrained already.
Our efforts should be on stopping bullying, dealing with depression and anxiety, etc.
engineered wrote: These are great for watching kids get injured. Better than trampolines.
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engineered wrote: These are great for watching kids get injured. Better than trampolines.
I already have a trampoline for the kids, and these would make a great companion purchase.
They could probably jump around unsupervised in there for twice as long before somebody cries or bleeds.
More time for me to drink beer in my undershirt while "watching" them.
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Torque wrote: I get it and there is risk, but I hate this culture so much.
Almost everything in life has potential danger. What's the limit of protecting people?
No sports. Don't drive. Don't walk. No boats. No ATVs. No skateboards. No bikes.
Not starting anything. It just makes me feel sad that life is so restrained already.
Our efforts should be on stopping bullying, dealing with depression and anxiety, etc.
I'm with you on letting kids be free range, and what I said was half in jest, but every video I've see with these is with someone getting hurt. I'd rather the kids break an arm then get a head injury. I mean, the goal of these is to slam into each other. At least the goal of a trampoline is just to bounce around.
prod wrote: I already have a trampoline for the kids, and these would make a great companion purchase.
They could probably jump around unsupervised in there for twice as long before somebody cries or bleeds.
More time for me to drink beer in my undershirt while "watching" them.
lol
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Fair enough. Some people literally live in that bubble world.
I think that it comes down to parents and personal accountability.
I could see some young boys (not to profile) weaponizing these things.
If I had an aggressive kid, I agree that it's probably not the toy to buy.
Or, a family reunion with the booze flowing... Ha ha
engineered wrote: I'm with you on letting kids be free range, and what I said was half in jest, but every video I've see with these is with someone getting hurt. I'd rather the kids break an arm then get a head injury. I mean, the goal of these is to slam into each other. At least the goal of a trampoline is just to bounce around.
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Torque wrote: Fair enough. Some people literally live in that bubble world.
I think that it comes down to parents and personal accountability.
I could see some young boys (not to profile) weaponizing these things.
If I had an aggressive kid, I agree that it's probably not the toy to buy.
Or, a family reunion with the booze flowing... Ha ha
lol, yea. Things really go bad with these when there is a large weight difference. The smaller kid is going to get annihilated.
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Hm...wonder if this fits for adults...just asking for a friend...
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madamadakun wrote: Hm...wonder if this fits for adults...just asking for a friend...
Says kids 8 years or older. Pretty sure i wouldnt fit in one of these
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For people who are afraid of kids getting hurt by everything, this is a great purchase. Inflate it and let them live their lives inside this bubble of protection.

BAM - co-opt the dangerous device into a safety device. That'll show the man.
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Wouldn't these be good for the over-protective parent? You're literally now putting them in a bubble... Great buy imo
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boomsly wrote: Wouldn't these be good for the over-protective parent? You're literally now putting them in a bubble... Great buy imo
No they would be scared that the kid would suffocate.
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jooon1978 wrote: Bad reviews for this product.
Loses air and cheap quality.
Buyer Beware.

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/infl ... 7255p.html
This is not the same product. You can tell by the colour of the straps and handles. (can tire are white, Walmarts are black) also the sections of each colour buldge out alot more on the Walmart one.

I've found a lot of can tires inflatables to be very low quality and not last more than 1 day of use.

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