Disclosure: This post was sponsored by SwimWays as part of an Activation for Influence Central. I received a SwimWays Spring Float Recliner to facilitate my review. #SwimWays #IC #Ad
I had the opportunity to review the SwimWays Spring Float Recliner (with inner spring technology) and it was so easy to open, inflate and use. It was neatly folded and secured before I opened it and it literally took a few minutes to inflate using an air pump. An air pump isn’t required, it inflates and deflates easily with jet valve technology. The float is covered with durable fabric and there is a soft cooling mesh seat with a built in cup holder. It is really comfortable and stable when floating. I am roughly 140 lbs. and the SwimWays Spring Float Recliner weight capacity is 250 lbs. There are two air chambers to inflate. One is by the recliner and the other by the foot rest. I followed the directions and removed the cap and pulled out stem to open. I opted to use an air pump vs. inflating the float by mouth. I immediately covered the valve with my index finger and pressed the stem of the valve into float to lock the seal. I replaced that valve cap and pressed down firmly. I did the same thing for the second air chamber.
My children actually were the first ones to test out the SwimWays Spring Float Recliner because you know I can’t have anything for myself these days and when we received it, why would mom want to relax and float in the pool; Right?!?! My oldest son had a blast floating in the pool before I kicked him off to so I could experience floating in the SwimWays Spring Float Recliner for myself. I am usually sitting poolside while the kids hang out and swim with their friends having a good time. I think that is going to change from now on. The SwimWays Spring Float Recliner is so comfy. When I sat down it only took a second to fit right in snug because the mesh hugs your body and then I laid back to soak up the sunshine. The headrest, backrest and ottoman make it such a soothing experience. You have a cup holder for your favorite beverage conveniently next to you so you can quench your thirst. It’s the perfect float for relaxing and I have never been that relaxed in a float.
Its summertime and that means non-stop pool FUN! We will be using the float all summer long and know that it will endure the test of time because it is so durable and made with so much quality. It’s as easy to deflate and store as it was to open and inflate. I followed the directions and just removed the valve cap(s) and pulled out the stem(s) to release the air. **Deflate the float before folding. Hold the float flat with palms facing out. To stabilize the float and make it easier to fold, step down on the metal spring around the perimeter of the float. Bring your hands together in front of you. Overlap your hands and the float will automatically close into three small circles. You can purchase the SwimWays Spring Float Recliner at your local neighborhood Walmart or shop Walmart.com and have it shipped directly to your front door. If you would like more information on the SwimWays Spring Float Recliner you can head over to the SwimWays website.
Side Note: I allowed my SwimWays Spring Float Recliner to air dry before folding it up and storing it away.