Little Tikes Jump n Slide Dry Bouncer

February 10, 2015 - Comment

Jump, bounce and slide in this inflatable backyard bouncer. A fun, bouncy house design offers a large area for several children and a fun slide. The Jump’n Slide Bouncer inflates in minutes and folds compactly for easy storage. You’ll use it dozens of times each year! After inflation, blower should run continuously while children are

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Jump, bounce and slide in this inflatable backyard bouncer. A fun, bouncy house design offers a large area for several children and a fun slide. The Jump’n Slide Bouncer inflates in minutes and folds compactly for easy storage. You’ll use it dozens of times each year! After inflation, blower should run continuously while children are playing Stakes (included) are used to anchor bouncer firmly in place Two mesh doors (on back) for easy entrance Refer to instruction booklet for set-up, storage, maintenance and care 90 Day Limited Warranty from date of purchase on fabric Tall walls with mesh metting surround a large jumping area Assembly Light Assembly Age 3-8 years Color Primary Maximum number of kids 3 Maximum combined weight limit 250 lbs.

Product Features

  • Large, 7-foot padded arena for fun bouncer slide action
  • Three mesh slides protect children, and let parents watch the fun
  • Stakes anchor the bouncer firmly in place, while a heavy-duty blower provides continuous airflow
  • Built of puncture-resistant material
  • For outdoor home backyard use only

Comments

zotmahru "zotmahru" says:

This is not a “toy” Wife purchased the dry bouncer. When I was told I thought, Great! a half-as#%d imatation of the commercial grade product. Completely surprised when we opened it up. This sucker is heavy duty construction, inflates in less than a minute (3 year old grand daughter loves to lay in it while it inflates) and is very well made. Set up time, first time through, 15 minutes. After that, 5 min., nothing to it. Had a birthday party for my little sputnick and the dry bouncer was the center of attention. Kids loved it just for getting in it, parents thought it was the best thing they’d ever seen because of the quality of construction and the kids were all in the same spot (easier to keep track of ‘um). Like myself, they all thought the material was going to be of the dime store quality kiddie swimming pool that costs a buck fiddy, and deflates when you look at it. This thing is a serious kid entertainer and well worth the money. We’ve used it at least a half a dozen times since early april 2013…

Thomas R. Braun says:

Not the same as the professionals, but a good solid home unit for younger kids at a fraction of the cost. I used to work for a party rental company that rented out professional-grade inflatable bouncers. This one costs a fraction of the cost of one of those — in fact it doesn’t cost much more than renting one — and it’s built on the same principles. What’s different are the materials. If you understand what you’re getting, I think this is a great option and well worth the money. If you’re expecting the same thing the professional companies have, you’ll be disappointed. 

Amy Pichard says:

Love it! This is a great bouncy house! Well made and easy to fold up – even while holding an 11 month old. We take it down and put it up every time we use it and it’s super simple. Warning: you will have kids wanting to come over all the time for playdates 🙂

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