Intex Water Slide Inflatable Play Center, 135" X 81" X 50", for Ages 6+
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- Fun colors and designs
- Includes Repair Patch
- Easy to store and transport
- Great size for small backyards
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This Inflatable Water Slide by Intex will allow you to make a splash all summer long. You can attach the garden hose for sprayers to wet the slide surface. It has seven air chambers, eight heavy duty handles, and a repair patch.
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Intex waterslide. Make a splash all summer long!. Attach garden hose for sprayers to wet slide surface. 8 heavy duty handles. Inflatable bases for stability. 7 air chambers
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Got the slide and inflated it a couple days before grandkids were to all be here. I went down myself a few times to be sure it was ok for the grands. Luckily I checked and I am under the weight limit!
The first day it was used the ladder portion kept losing air. I thought it was the valve not being tight to keep air in. Upon closer inspection I saw a couple of tiny cut like spots that looked like they could have come from packing. Very disappointed about those. Then there was a slight tear by the air valve in the white vinyl. SO, I patched them and it seems to be holding. Today, day two, I noticed the mat part that is in the water kept losing air. I found a split in the grooved part. . Now we did let one kid wear his mask but I don't think that caused it but again I patched and hope it holds.
We are hoping it holds out for the whole summer. I guess it will as long as I have patch material!
Also, the water hookup leaks a lot. I guess it will water the grass and surrounding concrete! I just can't get a snug fit.
All this to say, the kids are having a great time on it and I have had my share of fun as well. Just know it will be an onging patching endeavor!
Slide died. Conatcted Amazon, no help. Contacted company I bought it through and they said cut out piece with writing on and send in. We bought another one before sending in so we wouldn't lose slide time. Ended up being a great deal. We now have 2 slides...
My wife and I bought this slide for our nephew to use following his visit in summer 2016 but as he didn't visit until summer 2017 the slide lay dormant and unopened in our garage for almost 12 months.
Sadly in the last couple of days of his visit one of the steps has torn through the seam as he climbed to ride the slide. A real disappointment and something which I'd raise with the supplier if I hadn't bought it so long ago.
Otherwise, this would get a full set of stars for enjoyment and value for money but alas, durability is sadly lacking.
We went to the water park with huge slides and all, but all the kids wanted to do was to go back home to enjoy the pool with this slide... No queues, plus they can go cray(er) when it's just the parents telling them what not to do.
I'd figure if I can use it for 5 times without issues, it'd already have paid for itself.
With this kind of toy, it's not a matter of how, but when it will break. Just calculate what you think the break even is, if you'd go to a place with slides and whatever times you go over that is pure profit ;)