SportsStuff Pool N' Beach 6 Up Lounge

SportsStuff Pool N' Beach 6 Up Lounge
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Sit back and enjoy maximum relaxation for up to 6 people in the Pool N' Beach 6Up Lounge. With tons of molded PVC Cup Holders all around, an included Anchor Bag, and Comfort Mesh Seating for you to chill out, it's the perfect addition to your party. The 6Up Lounge's unique round Face-To-Face design puts everyone in the center of the action and even has an open pool in the middle to dip your toes in. Featuring Speed Safety Valves, Air Cushioned Head and Backrests, Contoured Arm Rests, and a Grommet System to attach a floating Cooler, what more could you ask for? Find your own private oasis in any pool, lake, or river with this exclusive VIP Lounge.


  • Heavy-Duty Comfort Mesh Seating
  • Central Open Pool to dip your toes in
  • Air Cushioned Back and Headrests
  • Heavy-Gauge Special Formula PVC Construction
  • Contoured Arm Rests
  • PVC Anchor Bag
  • Patented Speed Safety Valves
  • Reinforced Heavy Duty Tow System
  • Molded PVC Grommet to attach a floating cooler (floating cooler not included)
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