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Airhead AHHO-1 Hoopla Tube

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great tubes

By jackie s.

 -  Lewisberry, PA, US

Floated down creek and bumped over rocks with no problem. Inflates to hold at least 160 lbs comfortably.

Hoopla Inflatable Single Person Lounge Float:
Airhead Hoopla is a high quality 42" (106.7 cm) deflated round swim ring. It is not a cheap pool toy. It's constructed of heavy gauge K80 PVC with radio frequency (RF) welded seams and should last well beyond your expectations. Inflation/deflation is easy with the simple stem valve. Hoopla is great for fun in pools, lakes and rivers.

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This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.


Airhead AHHO-1 Hoopla Tube Features

  • Airhead Hoopla Tube
  • Single Person Lounge Float
  • High Quality Design
  • Dimensions: 42" (106.7 cm) Deflated
  • Round Swim Ring
  • Not a Cheap Pool Toy
  • Construction: Heavy Gauge K80 PVC
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Welded Seams
  • Built to Last Well Beyond Your Expectations
  • Great Fun in Pools, Lakes and Rivers

Airhead AHHO-1 Hoopla Tube Customer Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers


great tubes

By jackie s.

from Lewisberry, PA, US

 -  Originally posted on Leisure Pro

Floated down creek and bumped over rocks with no problem. Inflates to hold at least 160 lbs comfortably.


Great if you get the 16" diameter

By Holly B.

I bought 1 last year & wanted a 2nd for my kids since we liked it so well. I purchased another & it had a leak. I was sent a replacement without an issue. The replacement however isn't the same size. This one has a bigger hole in the middle and isn't as thick as the original, it's wider. It doesn't work as well. I'm not sure when or why they changed it but I would of rather had a replacement in the original style.


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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Jim P  I have about 30 of these tubes. They hold up pretty well and are generally small enough for the kids in my camp to reach the water for paddling. Similar tubes are too big or have a rope that chafes the arms of the passenger. They are affordable enough that I am not too upset when one springs a leak. We use them with a PFD in rivers with mild rapids.
Ginny B  What is the size of the opening?
Holly B  The first 1 I got had a 16" diameter opening and was about 9" thick. It had an air leak so they sent me a replacement. Airhead changed the dimensions because this one had a 17" opening and it's only about 7" thick. I am not happy with the replacement. We liked the thicker tube and smaller opening. I have younger kids so I liked the smaller opening.
Diana K  16" Diameter.
Jim P  I don't have them here, but I would estimate it's about 16" wide. I use them with kids as young as 10 years old, because it is the smallest tube I could find that had the durability I need on the river. Still, kids have a hard time paddling them, but at least they don't fall through.
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