You Can Now Buy Motorised Pool Floats, So Shut Up And Take My Money
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Summer is almost here, I promise you. We've got the lighter nights and it's only a matter of time before the mercury rises and you don't need to wear a hoodie to bed.
So, now is the perfect time to start making plans and before you do anything else, I really think you need to consider getting your hands on one of these motorised pool floats, which is probably the best way to waste your money right now.
The Splash Runner Motorized Inflatable Swimming Pool Lounger (catchy name) is for sale on Amazon for $199.99 and will allow you to 'cruise effortlessly' around the water using the handy little joystick - cute.
Powered by dual 66-watt motors, the float is the allows you to relax in the water and even comes with a cup holder for your bottle of beer. I mean, imagine your mates' faces when you rock up to your holiday villa with this. It's worth the money just for that, in my opinion.
According to the official site, the float will 'revolutionise the way you relax (and play!) at the pool'. If you're here for the details, then let me tell you that the Splash Runner can hold up to 136kg (300lbs) and offers 360-degree movement, thanks to the dual motors. What a time to be alive, eh?
Of course, giant motorised lilos aren't for everyone and for those of you who want to enjoy summer in your own back garden you'll be pleased to know that B&M - has recently knocked £50 off its Lazy Spa inflatable hot tub, meaning it's now on sale for just £250. Bargain.
According to the store's website, the hot tub has 81 jets and can reach temperatures of up to 40C, so there's no danger of freezing to death whatever the unpredictable British weather throws your way.
It's also fully inflated in five minutes and can fit up to four people.
The bargain basement price knocks spots of its competitors, with the Range flogging the same model for the full price of £299.99.
The cheapo hot tub is picking up rave reviews with one happy shopper commenting: "Bought one last year! Well worth the money, steal at the price."
Well that's me sold.