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Rave Bongo Platforms with Slides & Logs

Rave Bongo Platforms with Slides & Logs

Description

The Rave Bongo Platforms with Slides & Logs is great for fun out on a lake.

Features

  • Can expand with the Aqua Log to enhance water entertainment
  • Made with reinforced PVC tube
  • Includes 3-step aluminum ladder
List Price
$1499.99
Your Price
$1,299.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

  • The quick set-up portable swim platform that gives great action for bounces and comfortable lounging for those that want to relax on the water.
  • U.S. Made
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • 26" high 1,000 denier, 22 oz. reinforced PVC tube
  • 78" diameter bounce surface for 10 platform and 108" for 13 platform
  • 3 step aluminum ladder


Aqua Slide™
What's a water playground without a slide? Attach the Aqua Slide to your Aqua Jump for a wet and wild ride into the water.

Believe us, your family and friends will love it! We've discovered that you're never too old or too big for this slide.

Aqua Log®
Expand your Aqua Jump with the Aqua Log to enhance your water entertainment.

You can walk or run on the Aqua Log, but we don't think you'll make it to the end without a few spills into the water. But so what? You'll have a great time trying to prove us wrong.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Rave Bongo Platforms with Slides & Logs 02246 Bongo 10 platform with slide and log
$1299.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Rave Bongo Platforms with Slides & Logs 02247 Bongo 13 platform with slide and log
$1599.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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