But the most amazing thing is the LED lights on the underside of Party Float that illuminate the water with exciting colors for a truly special, one-of-a-kind experience.
It's getting hotter by the day, which means we end up spending more time in the pool to cool ourselves off. It's too hot to handle otherwise. To aide our "stay" in the pool, there are a lot of accessories to help us, like really crazy pool floats. But, with all that, there was a problem. How do we blare music and control it, from within the pool? It looks like God has come up with an answer to that, too. Actually, Sam’s Club has, with their new ION Party Float Bluetooth Speaker, according to People. Yep, this is exactly as fancy as it sounds, and it doesn't really burn a hole in your pocket.
The ION Party Float Bluetooth Speaker is available now, both in stores and on the Sam’s Club website, for $99.88, and the floating device is much more than a speaker. The Speaker is also a cup holder, FM radio, beer pong table, Bluetooth hands-free device, phone charging station and LED light system. This is something to make sure you don't put a foot out of the pool the entire day, either to listen to the news or to even charge your phone. The speaker has it all sorted. Does it sound like a dream come true?
As expected, the speaker is completely waterproof to stay afloat in the pool. It comes 40 watts of power on three-inch full-range speakers to really belt out some of those crowd favorites. The size of the speaker is such that you can use it in any pool or float and it works like a charm. Also, if you're someone who's worried about what would happen to your phone if at all it falls into the water, then the speakers Bluetooth facility ensures you can change the music and volume even if your phone is far away from the water.
It also lets you answer calls from the pool so you don't have to worry about the wet-hand-to-phone syndrome. But, if you've invested this for your kids' pool party, and don't want to give them your phone because they're too young to have one, then don't worry. Sam's Club seems to have thought of everything! According to the website, a 3.5 mm aux input is also on board, as well as a USB port to charge your smartphone or tablet as it plays.
If you thought the speaker couldn't get any cooler, you're wrong: But the most amazing thing is the LED lights on the underside of Party Float that illuminate the water with exciting colors for a truly special, one-of-a-kind experience. Great sound, wireless streaming, hands-free call answering and multi-color illumination—Party Float delivers the fun—and refreshment!—like nothing else can!
This, of course, seemed to be a great hit among people who just can't take the heat anymore. Kelci Krueger said: Bailey Pashia Lynne Politte-Pashia Angie Pennock I think we need this for the Pashia pool. How many brothers will be drowned? I’ve seen the repercussions of a basement session. Ruth Friedman Patterson wasn't really a fan: so many things wrong with this game...don't even know where to start....beer pong in the pool just seems like a BAD idea.
Carey Blakemore was already making plans: Zach Classmore now this beer pong I could get into, as I can be in the water too!! Kelly D'Amato added: Amy Tomaszewski Jeff Hermann... Think how much better the beer pong in the pool would be with this! Seems like this was something a lot of people wanted to celebrate 4th of July in style. Lisa Baber Smith tagged people and said: Debbie and John we might need this for 4th of July party. Meghan Elet seemed to think so, too: Vance Brandon Zak for the 4th of July party.