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My nephews are going to FREAK OUT. Look what we found on the Target website, that they can throw right in their pool for all-day play!!
Target has an inflatable UFO Lounge Chair Swimming Pool Float, and it even has a Squirt Gun. OMG! I can imagine the fun I would have had with this when I was younger.
This lounge chair features a wide base on which to sit, and a sturdy backrest — so it is about the most COMFORTABLE float in the galaxy!
The highlight of the ENTIRE thing is, of course, the squirt gun that comes attached.
Maybe I am too Disney Obsessed, but this TOTALLY reminds of Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, at Disney World. I can’t be the ONLY one who sees it!
Invade the pool with out of this world fun with this awesome UFO pool float from Swimline. This UFO is made of heavy-duty vinyl made to withstand weather elements and lots of intense water fun. — Features a built-in, constant-supply squirting ray gun for extra water fun at the pool, lake, or ocean. Inflated backrest and beveled seat provide great comfort for all day use.
This is great for ANY kid — ages 4 and up — and you’re going to want to get a COUPLE, so they can fight back and forth.
You can get your own UFO Lounge Chair Swimming Pool Float. They are right on the Target website, and they run 55 bucks a piece.
If you like this float, you have GOT to check out this Inflatable Cornhole set! You’re about to have a party in your pool this summer.
Amanda lives in NC with her sweet little family and her off-the-wall dachshund. She enjoys ALL things Disney, watching Avengers Movies, and obsessing over True Crime on Netflix. She is more than a little addicted to Gift Swaps, and she has this weird phobia of birds. Amanda LOVES pop culture, traveling any chance she gets, and writing about it all. Bring her fresh fruit, colorful pens, fuzzy blankets, and flavorful iced coffee; she’ll love you for life.
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