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Costway Inflatable Kids Water Slide Jumper Bounce House (Without Blower) EXPIRED

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Costway has Inflatable Kids Water Slide Jumper Bounce House (Without Blower) on sale for $263.95 when you apply discount coupon XQOP70410 at checkout. Shipping is free.

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    • Material: Oxford cloth, PVC
    • Overall size: 11' x 10' x 8' (L x W x H)
    • Maximum weight capacity: 300lbs
    • Maximum number of children: 3
    • Individual weight limit: 100lbs
    • Net weight: 30lbs
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Check out your local Sam's club if you have their membership. I purchased a similar one from Sam's with a blower for $199 + tax

My First Waterslide Splash and Slide http://www.samsclub.com/sams/a/prod23990179.ip
Wonder what the angle is here. This is useless without a blower, and most people aren't going to have one kicking around.
You need constant air. You'll kill a vac/leaf blower motor running them nonstop.

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Wonder what the angle is here. This is useless without a blower, and most people aren't going to have one kicking around.
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I have a blower from a no water one. I'm a little concerned about mold though, feels like this would wind up being a one summer toy.
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What blower would I need? Aren't they like $100 ?
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What blower would I need? Aren't they like $100 ?
Looks like around there. This one is ~ $80.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/XPOWE...lsrc=aw.ds
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Check out your local Sam's club if you have their membership. I purchased a similar one from Sam's with a blower for $199 + tax

My First Waterslide Splash and Slide http://www.samsclub.com/sams/a/prod23990179.ip
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Any comments on this brand? We have a Little Tikes one that has lasted five years but is on its last leg. The blower is still going strong so I can use that one.
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Quote from Dr. J :
Looks like around there. This one is ~ $80.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/XPOWE...lsrc=aw.ds [homedepot.com]
Product page recommends 1.25HP blower
This one from HD is 0.25 HP
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I have a blower from a no water one. I'm a little concerned about mold though, feels like this would wind up being a one summer toy.
I have something similar. You basically need to dry it out and leave it running with air several hours or overnight so it dries out.
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I have a blower from a no water one. I'm a little concerned about mold though, feels like this would wind up being a one summer toy.
You definitely need to take care drying them out. I prop the thing up on a series of chairs. The thing has survived 3 summers and the kids love it.
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You can use a leaf blower or a shop vac to inflate these easily
LOL good luck 😆
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You can use a leaf blower or a shop vac to inflate these easily
Ha awesome. So you can just hook it up, blow it up, close the port and it'll stay inflated? Or does it need constant air? Thanks!
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You can use a leaf blower or a shop vac to inflate these easily
You need constant air. You'll kill a vac/leaf blower motor running them nonstop.
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