Baby Swimming Float, Inflatable Swimming Ring with Float Seat
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★ 【Baby skin protect】 Baby Swimming Float Using baby safety PVC material which passed the CPC Standards making it 100% safe and non-toxic, friendly to baby's skin
★ 【Safe Baby Floats】 Baby Swimming Ring Floats Double safety valves and dual air chambers design ensure security. Lengthen and Reinforced swimming seat, lower center of gravity, effectively prevent your baby from slipping or flipping while swimming. Keep baby safe and comfortable in the water fun time.
★ 【Convenient & Simple】Baby Swimming Ring Floats Easy to Inflate and Deflate, Folds Easily for Storage and Transport. Gives the full freedom of the legs so that the child can step underwater.
★ 【Target Audience】 Baby Swimming Float is suitable for the age of 1-4 years baby. The max load is about 30 lbs, please use when accompanied by an adult. Inner Diameter: 8.5in.
★ 【Great Design】 Baby Swimming Float The transparent design allows you to see the baby's foot movements. It's easier to observe underwater conditions and prevent accidents. The baby can sit in the swimming seat, effectively prevents hurt during moving and playing.
Details: Specification: ◆ Model: Inflatable Baby Float Seat ◆ Material: Environmental PVC ◆ Inflated outer diameter: 52 * 52CM / 20.5inch * 20.5inch ◆ Inflated inner diameter: 21 * 21CM / 8.3inch * 8.3inch ◆ PVC thickness: 0.18cm / 0.07inch ◆ Foot hole: 10CM / 3.94inch ◆ Main Color: as picture show ◆ Recommended Age: less than 1- 4 years (if the child is overweight, but also to determine the weight according to the child) Package including: - 1 x Children Swimming Inflatable Boat Attention: ① This is not a lifesaving device, only to be used in shallow water under adult supervision. ② Do not over inflate or use high-pressure air to inflate. ③ Do not inflate too much, 80 ~ 90% is enough. ④ Do not touch it with anything sharp ⑤ Do not use it in the deep sea, rapids, or anywhere with big waves. ⑥ Protect your swimming ring from direct sunlight for a long time. ⑦ If a baby leans too far forward, it could potentially tip over.