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LAYCOL Pool Float with Canopy, Adult Inflatable Pool Chair Leisure Float, Adjustable Visor Cup Holder and Ergonomic Headrest. Pool floats are great for beach activities pool party games, swimming toys


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  • 【Enhanced Comfort】: This pool float features a comfortable headrest and a spacious seating area, providing optimal relaxation and comfort while you lounge in the pool.
  • 【Adjustable Sunshade】: The canopy on this pool float can be easily adjusted to block out the sun, allowing you to enjoy your time in the pool without worrying about sunburn.
  • 【Convenient Cup Holder】: With built-in cup holders, this pool float allows you to keep your beverages within reach, so you can stay hydrated while you relax.
  • 【Ergonomic Design】: Designed with ergonomics in mind, this pool float offers excellent support for your head and neck, ensuring maximum comfort during your pool sessions.
  • 【Bottom widening design】: The bottom is made of new materials, and the diamond-shaped hollow texture is widened, which is more breathable, comfortable, and load-bearing and safer. After inflating, the size is 47.5" x 37.5" x 27.5" (120cm x 95 cm x 70cm), and can bear 242.5 pounds (non-limit data). Floating chair*1, detachable canopy*1, built-in cup holder*2, color box packing*1

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