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A foam pool float is a useful accessory, whether you intend to use it at the pool or at the beach. There are beach saddles, hammocks, kickboards, pool noodles, and more. Some are designed to keep just your head above water, while the rest of you cools off, submerged in the water to escape the heat. Others are designed to let you lounge around, as if you’re on a couch. Depending on the design, you can choose to relax on these pool floats while sunning yourself, or while reading a book or partaking of a drink in a built-in cup holder.
Foam pool floats have the advantage of never needing to be inflated—that saves time and effort. On the other hand, they might give you problems when trying to transport them from one place to another. Let’s look at a few versions of foam pool floats:
These are foam floats with a narrow center so that you can straddle them. An example is the Beach Bronco Saddle, which weighs only 8 ounces, yet can support a person of up to 220 pounds. It’s not enough to keep you on the water’s surface, but you can paddle around a pool or lake effortlessly. There is also the Nekdoodle, which you can wear around your neck. It keeps your head above water,
These are foam floats with a cushioned headrest and footrest. This allows most of your body to cool off in the water, while your feet and head are supported. An example is the Deluxe Aqua Hammock Pool Float.
These are designed to help beginning swimmers improve the strength of their kicks. They can be either half-size or full-size so that you can support most of your body on the board.
These consist of hollow foam tubes, which can be used individually as a flotation device to help a person to learn how to swim, or can be tied together into a raft by means of noodle connectors.
There are several reasons why you should treat yourself to a foam pool float:
As I said in the introduction, some floaties provide a range of relaxation which you just can’t experience on the dry land.
These pool floats come in many shapes and different sizes, and there is hardly any shortage of floats to keep the fun alive.
Instead of going to a tanning salon, a foam pool float will give you a way to soak in some rays naturally.
Foam pool floats are available in a variety of forms and colors—if you get an assortment, you can convert a drab pool into a lively eye-catching mix of hues.
Pool floats, apart from their name, they can be used in lakes, rivers, or beaches. There are even pool floats for plus-sized individuals—depending on the size, they can easily hold 270 pounds or more!
When selecting a foam pool float that you want to use to lay back and relax, ensure that it’s long enough to support your entire frame. For example, if you get the Fluid Aquatic Ultra Luxury Pool Float, you’ll notice that it is 74 inches long and 26 inches wide, with a built-in headrest. It will also support people of over 200 pounds in weight, without any concern of sinking. On the other hand, the California Sun Deluxe Oversized Unsinkable Triple Ply Foam Cushion Pool Float measures 86 inches in length, and its multiple layers of polyfoam give it more buoyancy.
Thicker foam pool floats will have less of a tendency to sag or sink under a person’s weight. For example, the Fluid Aquatic is 2.25 inches in thickness. That ensures extra buoyancy, so it will support even an adult.
The best foam pool floats have a vinyl coating, which protects the foam. Without this vinyl coating, the float is more prone to chipping or cracking, which will ruin its appearance. As a side benefit, some pool floats will also feature a built-in drink holder (called a "cozy" or "koozie", depending on whether you're American or Australian).
Many pool floats are provided with protection against UV so that they won’t fade from sun exposure. They should also be resistant to chlorine, saltwater, and mold or mildew.
Many pool floats are reversible, with one smooth side, which is more comfortable for reclining, and one textured side, which provides some friction so that you don’t slip.
This pool float is made from closed-cell foam. It is resistant to the chipping and peeling which is common with other foam floats. It is suitable for both saltwater as well as chlorine pools;
The entire material is permeated with color, so even if the surface wears down over time, it will still retain its original color.
It measures 75” x 29” x 2”, and can support up to 250 lbs.
This is made from closed-cell foam, and has a glossy vinyl coat so that the finish will not wear down over time.
Extra big size at 70 x 26 x 1.25 inches, and a comfortable headrest.
Material can resist scrapes and tears
Made from top-quality vinyl-coated, durable foam.
The attached pillow lends buoyancy and supports your neck and head.
Foam is resistant to bacteria, and is easy to clean from chlorine or saltwater
Made from ethylene-vinyl acetate (= EVA) copolymer, which gives it longevity, yet also softness.
The material gives adequate cushioning, as well as heat insulation and moisture resistance.
It has an elastic pillow cushion for extra comfort.
Foam pool floats have definite advantages over inflatable floats. You don’t have to spend time inflating and then deflating them afterwards. You also don’t have to worry about the float getting punctured by a sharp object or air leaking out during use. (If you have a dog, even if it decides to take a bite, you can still use a foam float. With an inflatable float, that’ll be the end of it!) They come in a variety of sizes and shapes, which you can buy to treat your family or guests at a pool party.
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