I purchased the thickest of the unsinkable floats because I was hoping for a float that would last and keep me as dry as possible for floating and tanning at the same time. As a float connoisseur I know that aside from the walled in mattress types you can find no float will keep you 100% dry so I was expecting some water to come in. Given it's winter and our pool is at 60 degrees I tested it in the hot tub and was marginally impressed. I'd say about 2 inches of water did come up from the bend where my rump was but I'm not sure if it's because 1) it'll always do that no matter what; 2) the water was 105 degrees making the float more malleable or 3) my bubble butt that would shame a Kardashain proved no match for the float and it gave way. After googeling the float and inspecting user photos very closely I'm going to go ahead and assume #1 is the winner and if so I am ok with that as I haven't come across another float that let up less... The headrest is nice, high and stuff enough for a nap and the float itself is pretty comfortable. Looking forward to using it in the summer time. Lastly we realized we will have to break down and by the $80 - $100 rack to hang them up on the wall; without it they're just a pain and in the way of enjoying the deck.
This set far exceeded our expectations so much so that we purchased this set as our second set (in pink). The mask has glass lenses, the snorkel is great quality, and the snorkel vest works very well to increase the wearers stamina while snorkeling. The mask straps work to keep the seal on the mask to prevent leaking. The mask will fit a petite woman's face or a larger child. The snorkel will fit just about anyone. The vest has a quality value to inflate and deflate the vest while in or out of the water. Make certain that water does not enter the tube as having water inside the vest will cause future problems if not removed.
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