Inflatable pools and floats are typically made of polyvinyl chloride, a widely produced synthetic plastic polymer that has been made softer with the addition of plasticizers like phthalates. This form of polyvinyl chloride is commonly referred to as PVC or vinyl by inflatable pool manufacturers.
A kids pool is a small pool designed for children. It usually measures between three and five feet in diameter and is made of inflatable or hard plastic.
Adult Pools mean no children allowed, and usually no one under 18–21 years in age allowed in the pool area.
Pool Floats is a device used for toddlers or other very young children who are beginning to learn how to swim, or during exercise for therapeutic or training purposes. These devices, which come in many shapes and types, are used to aid them with buoyancy, or for floating on for fun.
Cute Pool Floats are cute devices used for toddlers or other very young children for floating on for fun.
Pool Mats are suitable for use around pools and other water features, which allow water to drain.
Inflatable Pool Lounges have ergonomic headrests with cushioned backrests and ultra-lux deluxe lounge breathable fabric, which surrounds the lounge with coolweave mesh fabric providing supportive balance head-to-toe.
A swim ring is a toroid-shaped (hence the name "ring" or "doughnut") inflatable water toy. The swim ring was derived from the inner tube, the inner, enclosed, inflatable part of older vehicle tires. The inner tube, when inflated, was used as a water toy, and as a floating object to lounge on. The swim ring is not designed to save individuals from drowning.
Baby Swim Pool Floats are inflatable safety seat swimming ring for infants aged 0-24 months.
Kids Swim Rings are toroid-shaped inflatable water toys for kids in the water.