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Product DescriptionThe original Aquaglide platform. Perfectly suited for use as a swim platform, lounge, launch pad, or towable. Made from heavy 26-gauge PVC and covered in durable 600D polyester. Convenient stainless steel mooring rings allow you to tie up small boats, PWCs, or kayaks. Fits three riders for towing and up to four people for lounging. 90"L x 90"W x 10"H.
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Q:what does this fold down to when it is not inflated?
does it have a bag? can it store easily on a boat?
please let me know weight and dimensions.
thanksAsked on 8/6/2014 by adam from connecticut
A:It comes in a box 25" x 10" x 20.5", weight is 30lbs.
Does not come with a bag.Answered on 8/6/2014 by Anonymous
Q:How do you repair a leak in the product ?Asked on 7/22/2014 by Garry
A:Towables & Lounges (PVC with a cover): Use the zipper access in the cover to remove the inner bladder from the cover. Locate and mark all leaks (there may be more than one). Clean & dry the area in question. Use the PVC repair kit provided with your product to repair the leak. Contact us, or your Aquaglide distributor, for a premium repair kit specifically designed for Aquaglide recreational items. Check the bladder for leaks before putting it back inside the cover.Answered on 7/22/2014 by Anonymous
Q:How do you make it stationary swim upto platform? How much weight needed, are there out of way attachment hooks for anchor?Asked on 7/2/2014 by J from Ny
A:There are d rings to anchor the Airport. To make it completely stationary you would need to anchor at 2 or more d rings. Weight is dependent on the conditions this is being anchored in.Answered on 7/7/2014 by Anonymous
Q:do you think this would be a good product to use as a scuba diving platform? perhaps for two divers each with full weight belts and tanks? In potentially choppy water? ThanksAsked on 2/10/2014 by alaskadavey from southeast alaska
A:Absolutely. We have customers who have been doing this for years.Answered on 2/12/2014 by Anonymous
Q:can this be left out in the sun day after day, or over night in the waTERAsked on 6/28/2012 by willma from decatur,In
A:Technically it could be, but let me tell you why your should not do that. The more exposure it has to the sun the quicker it will fade. Also when an inflatable is fully inflated and left in the sun, the air molecules inside get hot and move around faster causing the inflatable to expand even more. This could potentially cause the inflatable to bust a seam, which are very difficult to repair.Answered on 10/15/2012 by Justin M. from Overton's