Granted, this is not for everyone. Starting with its astronomical price tag (about $75,000 US), continuing on to the fact that it measures 131.2 x 105 x 9.8 ft (40 x 32 x 3.0 m), weighs in at 3968 lbs (1804 kg), and requires a minimum water depth of 8.2 ft (2.5 m), this isn’t something you just arbitrarily decide to pick up for a weekend at the cabin. But, if you’ve got the money and the location, can you even imagine how jealous your neighbours will be? Probably even jealous enough that they’ll pay you to come use it. Or, you could all pitch in together to buy one, and charge other people a small fee to play.
This thing is big enough that up to 60 people can use it at any one time. It’s got a whole slew of different things you can play on, including (but certainly not limited to) a long jump, a balance beam, a cliff, trampoline, slides, swing, and ponds. It comes with several electric and hand pumps, and should take about three hours to completely inflate. It’s made of super-durable PVC and stainless steel, and will hold up in whatever water you care to float it in, be that fresh, salt or chlorinated.
I really, really wish someone I know would buy one and then invite me over. Any takers? I’ll bring food!
Source: Red Ferret