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Banzai The Plunge Water Slide

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  • Shipping Weight: 64.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007QEB412
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #325,871 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Features: Front Landing Pad Not Included: Garden Hose Recommended Capacity: 1 Person Maximum Weight Capacity: 200.0 Lb. Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 5 Years and Up Material: PVC Inflation Time: 5 Min. Power Source: Electric Certifications: Meets ASTM Standards Safety Warning: Adult Supervision Required Care and Cleaning: Air Dry Dimensions: 21.2 ' L x 12.0 ' W x 9.5 ' H Packed Size Dimensions: 30.0 " L x 16.5 " W x 16.5 " H Weight: 60.1 Lb.

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Customer Reviews

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So a small adult CAN slide!
s.autrey
Maybe I am just too meticulous, but I find that I have to deflate the pool to empty the water, then re-inflate it to really get it dry inside.
cajj
This pool slide seems very durable.
Texas Mawmaw

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By cajj on June 25, 2012
We bought this slide two years ago for my son's 3rd birthday party. We had contemplated renting a water slide, but it was so expensive that we decided to buy one instead. We researched what was out there and chose this one because this it seemed large enough to accommodate a range of ages (3yr to 11yr), had a fairly deep pool, and the pool was quite large (diameter). This is our third summer using this slide, no tears, no holes, no broken parts, fan works, and my kids still love it! I will probably have to replace the ground stakes this year as they are plastic and look like they are about to break. I noticed that Menard's sells similar stakes that are metal, so that problem is solved. It is tricky to clean/put away. Maybe I am just too meticulous, but I find that I have to deflate the pool to empty the water, then re-inflate it to really get it dry inside. I don't have a place where I can leave it out for days to just dry. Having the blower turned on for a few hours to dry it does the job and keeps it from get musty/moldy.

My one wish would be for the storage bag to be a bit sturdier. I have had to use duct tape to mend it. Also, it would be nice if the blower had a "reverse" mode so that you can suck all the air out and be able to roll the slide up more tightly. Still, after a few times of set up and take down, you do figure out to fold/roll the slide just the right away to get it back in the storage bag. That being said, we love this slide and are truly getting our money's worth. We paid about $350, the rental(albeit a bigger and flashier water slide) would have cost us $800 for just the one day!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By s.autrey on July 25, 2013
Ok...first of all, I did NOT purchase this new...I purchased second hand from someone who claimed to have used it twice. When I blew it up for the first time, I noticed it pulling apart at the seams in a few places (nothing that can't be repaired)...up where the water sprays on to the slide, and down on the yellow part on the bottom of the slide where it meets the water. The handles, and the foot holes are also coming apart at the seams. SO with that being said...I only gave the durability 4 stars instead of 5...going on the good faith that this is only the 3rd time it has been used.

Set up is easy and fool proof...it literally takes like 10 seconds to blow up. But filling up the pool takes a LONG time! I don't know how many hundreds of gallons it holds...but be prepared for it to take at least 45 minutes to get a decent amount of water in there! And we have good water pressure here! And you will want to buy some metal stakes to stake it down with...the plastic ones they give you are worthless, and if you have anyone that weighs more than like 40lbs on the slide, the plastic stakes will not hold.

I would recommend putting a tarp down where the kiddos climb out of the pool and walk to the slide to minimize the amount of crud that will end up in the water. I used this today for my daughter who is NOT even 2yo yet, and my niece, who is 3! The slide itself stands about 6ft tall..it is the arch that stands to 9ish. I had to help the 3yo, as her legs aren't quite long enough to go from foothole to foothole, and I just picked my daughter up over my head (I'm only 5'4") and let her climb the rest of the way. They both had a blast...but I can see where the recommendation is for 5yo+...so if you have small kids...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MrDave on April 5, 2014
We bought this slide 5 years ago when my kids were infants but we needed something fun for my eight nieces and nephews when they came over in the summer. With all these kids it has gotten a lot of use. The slide has held up amazingly. Be careful where you set it up because there is a lot of water and it drains out where it stands. Also, dry it out well or you will get mildew stains. Also, grab a small cheap foot wash pool to put in front of the steps. We use a concreate mixing pail. It will keep the pool clean. Other than that this slide has rocked for us. Always a hit.
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after 7 years we had to finally say goodbye to our Plunge this year
this is the best waterslide we have ever used
summer after summer the kids played for hours at a time with this slide
they were actually sad this year when i told them they are simply too old/big for it so we did blow it up and use it one last time just to check it out
and yes imagine their shock.. mom was right they got too big and after so many years it just was not holding them up nearly as well as when they were little and at 13 it was just not nearly as fun anymore since their legs were so long when sliding down it. But hey was a great day for mom to hear them say I was right and was rather funny watching them try to still play on it.
they were so sad to see it go.

now ours i think held up so long because honestly after each use i would give it a good wipe down/rinse then let it dry out while inflated and then deflate it and roll it back up into a huge plastic tote now granted there might have been a few times if we were going to play with it a few days in a row i would just roll it back up and place in the garage

another thing we always would do is use a tarp under the pool part of it to help with the wear and tear on it maybe it was not needed but it also helped to keep it clean so was easier for me to clean it after each use not nearly as much grass on it or inside it which does happen in the net part that is under the slide

in the beginning years of use we would try to always use a wash bucket before getting onto the climbing part of it..to help with grass and dirt clean up however that tradition did not hold up over the years at all as more kids would come over to play on it and they would just run around the yard.
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