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Sevylor 2000006812 Floating Ring
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- 48" diameter
- 2 side handles
- Durable 12-gauge construction
- Double-Lock Valve for quick inflation & deflation
- Air Tight Guarantee: guaranteed not to leak
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|Item Dimensions||8 x 38 x 24 inches|
|Item Weight||0.26 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||2.7 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I have used this tube for a total of about 15 hours and it has grazed some rocks in shallow areas and has not popped. On my most recent trip I had a hard time getting valve #2 to close, and several times air leaked out. Eventually I pinched the valve shut for about a minute and when I let go the valve stayed shut. It stayed shut for about 4 hours on the river until I opened it to deflate it.
It helps to have an air pump- either from an inflatable mattress or one that plugs into a car cigarette lighter- because blowing up the tube takes a while.
The snap-and-stay system works much better than I thought it would. Five tubes form a ring large enough to place a cooler (on a float) in the center.
I'm sure better tubes exist, but for the price, I am happy with this one.
Valves won't stay closed, just like most everyone else. It's apparent how the valves are supposed to work: there's a plug on both ends of the blowtube ("double locking"), and when you push the blowtube down into the main body of the valve, it is plugged at the lower end. Then you put the cap on the upper end. In theory, it should be pretty great.
And then, after a couple seconds, just on its own, the blowtube pops up away from the valve, and then the topcap pops off, and the air comes out. Even when underinflated.
Given how widespread the problem is, it seems like a manufacturing defect. On my way to return it. If you buy one of these, don't wait until you get to the river to try to inflate it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We bought 3. By the time summer was over, we were down to 1. The others developed leaks. We did not abuse them. We have 2 little girls and we used them on lakes. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Architecture Lover
The tube used to inflate sticks out of the bottom of the tube. Every rock we went over, even if we just skimmed it, pulled the plug out and caused the tube to quickly deflate. Read morePublished on September 6, 2013 by Caitlin Vanorsdel
CAN'T USE IN THE OCEAN WILL DEFLATE - MAY WORK OK IN A POOL BUT THAT IS IT - !!!!!Published on September 5, 2013 by Lisa Davis
As the product description states: "The Ring inflates and deflates quickly" ... Well they are very right. The valves they have on this tube will not stay closed! Read morePublished on June 29, 2013 by Vlad