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Warm summer days might have you dreaming about lounging poolside with some yummy sushi, but how about sushi in the pool? With a fun product from the pool product company Swimline, you can float on an inflatable sushi roll all season long.
The Swimline Futomaki Sushi Floating Island includes a pair of “doodle” chopsticks that are more than just a cute addition to the raft. The inflatable chopsticks double as floating pool noodles so the whole family can enjoy the set.
Made from UV-resistant vinyl, the island measures 60 inches in diameter with a ribbed base construction for added comfort and durability. The PVC chopsticks are 73 inches long and 5 inches wide, so they’re a bit longer than a standard pool noodle.
The set is designed to be easy to inflate, deflate and store, and you can wipe it down for quick cleanup. A vinyl patch kit is included, just in case of any mishaps.
The sushi set is currently on sale at Macy’s for $49.95, but if you use the promo code DAD, you can enjoy an extra 25% off while the offer is available. It’s also available at Amazon for about $50.
If sushi isn’t your style, Swimline has a full lineup of food-related swimming pool floats. The personal pizza floating island is 70 inches in diameter and can comfortably seat two adults for about $47 on Amazon.
Their pineapple jumbo floating pool island is a roomy 88-by-50 inches at just $42, and the watermelon slice is a fruity wedge of fun at 60 inches in diameter for less than $32.
Going for a different style at the pool or lake? Funboy’s disco dome float has seating around a mesh-bottomed foot bath, and a disco beach ball hangs from the canopy, which also offers a little bit of shade on a hot day.
This float has four cupholders for your ice-cold drinks and grab handles on the sides to make it easier to climb in.
For a limited time, the beach ball (which is also sold separately) comes with the giant disco dome float, which is priced at $299.
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