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Aviva Paradise Pool & Lake Lounge

Aviva Paradise Pool & Lake Lounge

Description

The Aviva Paradise Pool & Lake Lounge has a unique design to comfortably fit 4 people and lounge on the pool or lake.

Features

  • Four recessed cup holders
  • Comfortable mesh seating
  • Durable PVC construction
List Price
$99.99
Your Price
$81.25
In Stock

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Details

The Paradise Pool and Lake Lounge features comfortable mesh seating for four people to relax and lounge the day away!

A unique design provides comfortable seating for 4 friends to sit and relax the day away in the pool or lake.

Features:

  • 84" x 66" x 14" inflated
  • Comfortable mesh seating
  • Four recessed cup holders
  • Inflated headrests
  • Durable PVC construction
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Aviva Paradise Pool & Lake Lounge 02327 Paradise pool and lake lounge
$81.25
In Stock

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