Infant & Baby
Spring Water Float
【Removable Canopy】The baby float for pool come with a breathable and removable UPF50+ sun canopy to protects baby’s skin away from sun,enjoying summer time anytime,anywhere
【Baby-safety material】Made of durable leak-proof PVC material,passed the CPC Standards which is the highest and strictest international safety standards of toys,making it 100% safe and non-toxic,friendly to baby's skin
【Multi-Flod Safety Protection】Double-layered Air Chamber,Raised Front,Widened Sides,Shoulder Strap,Abdomen Support,Bottom Croth,keeping infant in place to advoid forward overturning,flip over or sliding out,safety is always the first
【Two swim ways】Support Breaststroke/Backstroke- Upgraded into 2 swim ways which is backstroke and breaststroke with different buckle method,two ways are more interesting
LAYCOL Removable Canopy provides
Removable Canopy provides UPF 50+ sun protection and mesh sides for see-through visibility
Before they can learn to swim, babies need to first feel comfortable in the water.
Our Baby Swimming Float with Canopy are designed to help babies and parents relax and enjoy the water introduction experience.
The baby can enjoy the fun of swimming ,even in the hot summer.
In the new upgrade, LAYCOL's Baby Swimming Float is safer and more reliable.
- √ CPC CERTIFICATE
- √ UTL APPROVED
- √ UPF50+ SUNSCREEN
- √ REMOVABLE CANOPY
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