This post was sponsored by SwimWays as part of an Activation for Influence Central. I received products to facilitate my review.
As a busy mother, besides all the obvious joy my kiddos create, it’s really the simple pleasures in my life that make me the happiest. We have a great fireplace at our house and in the winter, I love being able to turn it on and warm up the room, put on some super fluffy warm socks, and sit down in my recliner chair with a good book and some steamy hot chocolate. In the summer, my most favorite season of the year, it’s spending lazy days at my pool lathered in 50 SPF with a fabulous pool chair, and an ice cold Dr. Pepper. For me this chair is the SwimWays Spring Float Recliner.
The SwimWays Spring Float Recliner is the best pool floaty that ever existed. One of my neighbors convinced me against my better judgement to borrow it last year when after I was already packing up and heading home from the pool. Her kids dragged each other in it all over the cement and when she returned it to me, there was a teeny-tiny tear in the mesh seat and I made her replace the chair for me. It basically ruined our friendship. By the way if you didn’t know, when you are a woman (girl), High School drama follows you into your thirties. But I told you, it’s the simple things in life that make me the happiest and the SwimWays Spring Float Recliner was that important to me.
This Floaty has a sit-up style backrest and headrest, a hole for your feet to hang in the water and keep you cool, it’s covered in a luxury fabric so it doesn’t heat up and burn your skin when you try to get in it like the cheaper plastic floaties, and even a beverage holder for your ice cold Dr. Pepper. Best of all, it can even be easily found at your neighborhood Walmart! The Spring Float Recliner is the only one on the market with the SwimWays patented inner spring technology which allows it to be inflated super easily. I hate blowing up plastic pool floaties and feeling like I might pass out when I’m finished! Luckily for me, SwimWays has figured out how to solve this problem. Not only that, the inner spring technology also allows the chair to be deflated and folded up in a snap so you can transport it easily.
When I’m willing to share, My kids also love the Spring Float Recliner. It serves as a floating mermaid castle or a nasty pirate ship filled with buccaneers in eye patches searching for treasure. I love being able to have this fun addition to our family pool time and it certainly fills my need for a little slice of paradise in Idaho 🙂