|Product Name||World Of Watersports Wow 6 Person Tube A Rama Float With Center Cooler|
|Category||Sports / Exercise|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B00BUPKGMQ|
|Price New||249.99 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Features||6 seats - 3 with mesh, 3 without mesh Large Built-In cooler 6 recessed cup holders Anchor Bag and tie rope included 10 Foot Diameter!|
|Long Description||It's party time with the Tube A Rama from WOW. This huge 10ft. diameter island is great for parties at the lake. Room for up to 6 people, this island was designed with 6 tubes around the diameter, 3 with mesh and 3 without for added play value. And for added convenience we have designed a Large BUILT-IN cooler for keeping your favorite beverages cold on a hot day. The island also comes with 6 recessed cup holders. Fun for the kids and adults, the colorful Red, White, and Green graphic design will be sure to draw attention and get your party started. Made from 100% Heavy-Duty PVC material FEATURES: - For up to 6 People - 6 seats - 3 with mesh, 3 without mesh - Large Built-In cooler - 6 recessed cup holders - Anchor Bag and tie rope included - 10 Foot Diameter! - Bright Red, White and Green graphic design|
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