Oh to be rich. It must be tough, right? If it isn’t the Rolls breaking down, it’s the Crestron system on the fritz. And if the case is such, you simply won’t be able to escape the confines of your mansion, let alone control your home’s electronic systems from a single keypad. Well, maybe that’s a good thing, as it could very well get you and 59 of your closest friends outside and traversing the Sports Park 60.
This massive floatation device brings a water amusement park to any body of water calm, and large enough to accomodate its massive footprint (131-feet by 105 feet). For what will surely be thousands upon thousand of dollars (price TBD), you’ll get an array of obstacles that range from a long jump, to base, to a bridge, to three balance beams, to 4 mini ponds, to 2 trampolines, a swing, 2 ramps, and a ton more.
Now, before you order this 4500lb tighten of water fun, you’ll need a body of water that is at least 8 feet deep. You’ll also need a serious dose of patience, at it takes 3 hours to inflate using what we are assume are seven included electric pumps, as well as seven hand pumps.
Sorry, no word on a release date or price.
Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."