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SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating

SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating

SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
SportsStuff Great Big Mable | 1-4 Rider Towable Tube for Boating
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Features

  • 1-4 rider tube for boating & watersports
  • Dual Tow Points - Tow from different points for unique riding experiences
  • Fully Covered - Heavy-duty full nylon cover
  • Speed Safety Valve - For fast and easy inflating and deflating
  • Kwik-Connect - Airhead's patented Kwik-Connect for quick and easy rope connection

Description

Ride the Great Big Mable sitting down or kneeling thanks to dual tow points. From fun on the water with our towable tubes & pool floats, to staying safe with our life vests, or enjoying our winter lineup of sleds and toys, our family has you covered year-round. Featuring dual tow points, you can go for a wild ride utilizing the comfy backrest or tow them the opposite direction for a chariot style blast you’ll never forget. All three sizes come equipped with comfy EVA foam seating pads. A multitude of double webbing foam handles with knuckle guards enable lots of different riding positions. The addition of air cushioned side walls will keep you on board while the redesigned backrest and new custom graphics make this uniquely shaped towable dressed to impress. The patented* Speed Safety Valve and aluminum Kwik Connect tow point will save you time. The Mables feature a heavy-duty K80 PVC bladder and double stitched full nylon cover with self bailing drain vents. The Speed Safety Valve is the ultimate in fast inflation and deflation. Our patented* design allows for one-way inflation so you never lose air when putting on the cap. The double safety valve locks the valve into place. Deflation is just as fast and convenient. Just open the valve and allow the air to expel. The Kwik Connect is fast, secure and easy to attach to tow ropes. Just slide the end of the tow rope through the middle of the Kwik Connect, slide it over the ends and lock it into place. It’s fast and convenient. Dual tow points is a fantastic way to customize your ride. Sit in the seated position for a relaxing, front facing ride, or tow from the opposite end to kneel for a wilder, more thrilling towable ride. This towable tube includes a heavy duty K80 PVC bladder that is fully covered in a double-stitched nylon cover with a zipper. Speed Safety Valve Kwik Connect Towing Two Tow Points Fully Covered Towable


Item Weight: 29 pounds


Shipping Weight: 46 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


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ASIN: B003BQEKVU


California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.


Item model number: 53-2218


Customer Reviews: 3.9 out of 5 stars148 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,846 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #30 in Water Sport Towables


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Features

  • 1-4 rider tube for boating & watersports
  • Dual Tow Points - Tow from different points for unique riding experiences
  • Fully Covered - Heavy-duty full nylon cover
  • Speed Safety Valve - For fast and easy inflating and deflating
  • Kwik-Connect - Airhead's patented Kwik-Connect for quick and easy rope connection

Description

Ride the Great Big Mable sitting down or kneeling thanks to dual tow points. From fun on the water with our towable tubes & pool floats, to staying safe with our life vests, or enjoying our winter lineup of sleds and toys, our family has you covered year-round. Featuring dual tow points, you can go for a wild ride utilizing the comfy backrest or tow them the opposite direction for a chariot style blast you’ll never forget. All three sizes come equipped with comfy EVA foam seating pads. A multitude of double webbing foam handles with knuckle guards enable lots of different riding positions. The addition of air cushioned side walls will keep you on board while the redesigned backrest and new custom graphics make this uniquely shaped towable dressed to impress. The patented* Speed Safety Valve and aluminum Kwik Connect tow point will save you time. The Mables feature a heavy-duty K80 PVC bladder and double stitched full nylon cover with self bailing drain vents. The Speed Safety Valve is the ultimate in fast inflation and deflation. Our patented* design allows for one-way inflation so you never lose air when putting on the cap. The double safety valve locks the valve into place. Deflation is just as fast and convenient. Just open the valve and allow the air to expel. The Kwik Connect is fast, secure and easy to attach to tow ropes. Just slide the end of the tow rope through the middle of the Kwik Connect, slide it over the ends and lock it into place. It’s fast and convenient. Dual tow points is a fantastic way to customize your ride. Sit in the seated position for a relaxing, front facing ride, or tow from the opposite end to kneel for a wilder, more thrilling towable ride. This towable tube includes a heavy duty K80 PVC bladder that is fully covered in a double-stitched nylon cover with a zipper. Speed Safety Valve Kwik Connect Towing Two Tow Points Fully Covered Towable


Item Weight: 29 pounds


Shipping Weight: 46 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


ASIN: B003BQEKVU


California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.


Item model number: 53-2218


Customer Reviews: 3.9 out of 5 stars148 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,846 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #30 in Water Sport Towables


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 1-4 rider tube for boating & watersports
  • Dual Tow Points - Tow from different points for unique riding experiences
  • Fully Covered - Heavy-duty full nylon cover
  • Speed Safety Valve - For fast and easy inflating and deflating
  • Kwik-Connect - Airhead's patented Kwik-Connect for quick and easy rope connection

Description

Ride the Great Big Mable sitting down or kneeling thanks to dual tow points. From fun on the water with our towable tubes & pool floats, to staying safe with our life vests, or enjoying our winter lineup of sleds and toys, our family has you covered year-round. Featuring dual tow points, you can go for a wild ride utilizing the comfy backrest or tow them the opposite direction for a chariot style blast you’ll never forget. All three sizes come equipped with comfy EVA foam seating pads. A multitude of double webbing foam handles with knuckle guards enable lots of different riding positions. The addition of air cushioned side walls will keep you on board while the redesigned backrest and new custom graphics make this uniquely shaped towable dressed to impress. The patented* Speed Safety Valve and aluminum Kwik Connect tow point will save you time. The Mables feature a heavy-duty K80 PVC bladder and double stitched full nylon cover with self bailing drain vents. The Speed Safety Valve is the ultimate in fast inflation and deflation. Our patented* design allows for one-way inflation so you never lose air when putting on the cap. The double safety valve locks the valve into place. Deflation is just as fast and convenient. Just open the valve and allow the air to expel. The Kwik Connect is fast, secure and easy to attach to tow ropes. Just slide the end of the tow rope through the middle of the Kwik Connect, slide it over the ends and lock it into place. It’s fast and convenient. Dual tow points is a fantastic way to customize your ride. Sit in the seated position for a relaxing, front facing ride, or tow from the opposite end to kneel for a wilder, more thrilling towable ride. This towable tube includes a heavy duty K80 PVC bladder that is fully covered in a double-stitched nylon cover with a zipper. Speed Safety Valve Kwik Connect Towing Two Tow Points Fully Covered Towable


Item Weight: 29 pounds


Shipping Weight: 46 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


ASIN: B003BQEKVU


California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.


Item model number: 53-2218


Customer Reviews: 3.9 out of 5 stars148 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,846 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #30 in Water Sport Towables


abunda_amazon_reviews The kids loved it. I hated it. It died this weekend and I had a quiet thrill dropping it in the dumpster. I will say it lasted for three years and we are HEAVY lake goers. During that time I had to patch it many times (the big lower bladder) and also sew patches on the outer cover a couple of times. It was a challenge keeping it going but every year I was able to get it back on the water. Why the kids love it: It's like towing a couch. For some kids, they just want to ride. No tricks. It is great for that. Some adults liked riding it that way too. Heck, they'd bring a frosty cold beverage sometimes. Other times the kids wanted thrown off. I have a 250hp on our TriToon which makes that easy to do that sort of tubing. But our previous pontoon was 20' and had a 60hp. With some effort you could get a couple decent spins on it even with that underpowered setup. Why I hated it: Double edge sword, again, it is like towing a couch. It is huge. It is a massive pain to fill. It takes forever to dry. It is seriously heavy, especially when wet. There's nowhere to store it (don't ever stow it in a ski hold, it will take three guys to get it back out). It is a pain to deflate and fold. And you should never put it up wet. Period. But... it also takes UV damage like crazy so drying it in the sun (while your only option) is hard on it. Also, when you dead head (and sometimes even when you don't) it thinks it is a submarine, the nose goes under and the design of the thing will just keep submerging it further. Bigger issue is the design. Where the seams in the lower polymer bladder come together just aren't strong enough. Especially near the corners. I had to patch holes in it frequently. The day it finally died I had just spent two hours re-sewing a patch into the outer cover and traced down and patched three new holes. Got it back in the water, and ten minutes later it ripped completely in half right at about the point where the "A" and "B" in MABLE is - all the way across. The rest of it came off like a sock. Where it ripped was nowhere near where the patch was, so it was just bad stitching. My buddy has the three-seater. I borrowed his after our final blow-out with this thing. Debating whether to buy that next. His is only one less seat but is much easier to manage. The lower bladder is much thinner, it is lighter, dries faster, is easy to fold and stow, etc. The kids even have an easier time getting on it. But I'm concerned about quality. May go with another design next time. Not sure yet but would not recommend this version at all.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2017;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Bittersweet death of our 4-seater.;;C. Davis;;;Have only used it for Memorial Day weekend so far but am 100% pleased. I bought a pump to inflate it (Sevylor 2000016327 Pump 120V 2.5Psi available on Amazon - I highly recommend it) because I figured this would be big. And it is big. Really big. Great Big, as it were. With 4 teenage girls on this thing (in the sitting position) it is the easiest thing I have ever pulled. It takes no talent at all to get it swinging around wwwaaayyyyy outside the wakes or skittering around fast turns. All riders were extremely pleased and even bouncing over some pretty good chop with 2-3 feet of air under it, it was really stable and solid. Peals of howling laughter kind of fun. Using the chariot style pull makes riding it more challenging for those looking for that but it still pulls really easily. Note that only one quick-connect is on this thing and it is in the seated configuration. You have to thread a rope through some straps to pull it chariot style so switching positions can be problematic. We mostly left it in the seated style. Appears to be well built and durable with the usual neoprene pads, Boston valves, and padded handles you would expect. If you have a group of people to pull, this is your toy. Highly recommended. Oh yeah, that big ball thing on the tow rope in the pictures is not part of this. That is a separate thing (SPORTSSTUFF Towable Booster Tube) that we used for the previous flat towable we had. I wouldn't say it is necessary for the Mable but it didn't hamper the experience either and helps to manage the rope shock.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Totally Insane Toy;;Bayou Bookworm;;;The first one we ordered was tough to blow up and took me a while. I was also disappointed this did not come with and inflating tool nor did it come with a tow rope I was also disappointed this did not come with any inflating tool nor did it come with a tow rope. Although it didn’t promise to send one, for the price we paid and in experience with buying tubes in the past from other companies most giant tubes come with inflators and toe ropes We had used it for about two days on our camping trip and it already had a hole in it and began to lose air. several other holes began to occur in the front near the seams. It was very disappointing, we tried to repair it with several different patches and kits and nothing worked, it would continue to lose air. Very disappointing after minimal use. The silver lining, the company quickly refunded our money and sent us another tube to try again. So far so good but we’ve only used it one time. Hoping this one stays inflated and does not easily lose air or gain holes or tears;;Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Not so “great” big mable;;Sarah Hess;;;I ordered this product in late August 2019. Used it for two days during Labor Day and 2 days this past weekend. It was stored all winter, indoors. This weekend, the 4th day we used it ever, the rear raft back got a hole and deflated. I have called this company several times this week (and have left messages), tried emailing their warranty email--it bounces back. Ridiculous that I spent $365 on a raft that I got to use 4 days.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Company does not return warranty requests;;Tiffany Zeuch;;;This is very pricey to only last two summers. We live in a cold weather climate so our summer is short, and this is for a weekend home, thus used infrequently for the past two years. We had two smaller adults on this tube and the cover completely split in half. The inflatables are fine but certainly can’t be used without the cover to hold them together. We inflate appropriately, store inside, and never wear anything remotely sharp when using this, and there’s absolutely no reason this shouldn’t have lasted longer. My husband contacted Sportstuff Customer Service about it and got an email with a link to purchase a new liner with absolutely no comment. That is an obnoxious lack of customer service. Really disappointing after spending so much $, and our grandkids are going to be so upset the next time they visit and there’s no big tube to ride on. Try rationalizing that with a 6 year old.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Should last much longer for the price;;KaiKai

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Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By C. Davis - Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2017
Bittersweet death of our 4-seater.
The kids loved it. I hated it. It died this weekend and I had a quiet thrill dropping it in the dumpster. I will say it lasted for three years and we are HEAVY lake goers. During that time I had to patch it many times (the big lower bladder) and also sew patches on the outer cover a couple of times. It was a challenge keeping it going but every year I was able to get it back on the water. Why the kids love it: It's like towing a couch. For some kids, they just want to ride. No tricks. It is great for that. Some adults liked riding it that way too. Heck, they'd bring a frosty cold beverage sometimes. Other times the kids wanted thrown off. I have a 250hp on our TriToon which makes that easy to do that sort of tubing. But our previous pontoon was 20' and had a 60hp. With some effort you could get a couple decent spins on it even with that underpowered setup. Why I hated it: Double edge sword, again, it is like towing a couch. It is huge. It is a massive pain to fill. It takes forever to dry. It is seriously heavy, especially when wet. There's nowhere to store it (don't ever stow it in a ski hold, it will take three guys to get it back out). It is a pain to deflate and fold. And you should never put it up wet. Period. But... it also takes UV damage like crazy so drying it in the sun (while your only option) is hard on it. Also, when you dead head (and sometimes even when you don't) it thinks it is a submarine, the nose goes under and the design of the thing will just keep submerging it further. Bigger issue is the design. Where the seams in the lower polymer bladder come together just aren't strong enough. Especially near the corners. I had to patch holes in it frequently. The day it finally died I had just spent two hours re-sewing a patch into the outer cover and traced down and patched three new holes. Got it back in the water, and ten minutes later it ripped completely in half right at about the point where the "A" and "B" in MABLE is - all the way across. The rest of it came off like a sock. Where it ripped was nowhere near where the patch was, so it was just bad stitching. My buddy has the three-seater. I borrowed his after our final blow-out with this thing. Debating whether to buy that next. His is only one less seat but is much easier to manage. The lower bladder is much thinner, it is lighter, dries faster, is easy to fold and stow, etc. The kids even have an easier time getting on it. But I'm concerned about quality. May go with another design next time. Not sure yet but would not recommend this version at all.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bayou Bookworm - Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2019
Totally Insane Toy
Have only used it for Memorial Day weekend so far but am 100% pleased. I bought a pump to inflate it (Sevylor 2000016327 Pump 120V 2.5Psi available on Amazon - I highly recommend it) because I figured this would be big. And it is big. Really big. Great Big, as it were. With 4 teenage girls on this thing (in the sitting position) it is the easiest thing I have ever pulled. It takes no talent at all to get it swinging around wwwaaayyyyy outside the wakes or skittering around fast turns. All riders were extremely pleased and even bouncing over some pretty good chop with 2-3 feet of air under it, it was really stable and solid. Peals of howling laughter kind of fun. Using the chariot style pull makes riding it more challenging for those looking for that but it still pulls really easily. Note that only one quick-connect is on this thing and it is in the seated configuration. You have to thread a rope through some straps to pull it chariot style so switching positions can be problematic. We mostly left it in the seated style. Appears to be well built and durable with the usual neoprene pads, Boston valves, and padded handles you would expect. If you have a group of people to pull, this is your toy. Highly recommended. Oh yeah, that big ball thing on the tow rope in the pictures is not part of this. That is a separate thing (SPORTSSTUFF Towable Booster Tube) that we used for the previous flat towable we had. I wouldn't say it is necessary for the Mable but it didn't hamper the experience either and helps to manage the rope shock.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Sarah Hess - Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2019
Not so “great” big mable
The first one we ordered was tough to blow up and took me a while. I was also disappointed this did not come with and inflating tool nor did it come with a tow rope I was also disappointed this did not come with any inflating tool nor did it come with a tow rope. Although it didn’t promise to send one, for the price we paid and in experience with buying tubes in the past from other companies most giant tubes come with inflators and toe ropes We had used it for about two days on our camping trip and it already had a hole in it and began to lose air. several other holes began to occur in the front near the seams. It was very disappointing, we tried to repair it with several different patches and kits and nothing worked, it would continue to lose air. Very disappointing after minimal use. The silver lining, the company quickly refunded our money and sent us another tube to try again. So far so good but we’ve only used it one time. Hoping this one stays inflated and does not easily lose air or gain holes or tears

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Tiffany Zeuch - Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2020
Company does not return warranty requests
I ordered this product in late August 2019. Used it for two days during Labor Day and 2 days this past weekend. It was stored all winter, indoors. This weekend, the 4th day we used it ever, the rear raft back got a hole and deflated. I have called this company several times this week (and have left messages), tried emailing their warranty email--it bounces back. Ridiculous that I spent $365 on a raft that I got to use 4 days.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By KaiKai - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2018
Should last much longer for the price
This is very pricey to only last two summers. We live in a cold weather climate so our summer is short, and this is for a weekend home, thus used infrequently for the past two years. We had two smaller adults on this tube and the cover completely split in half. The inflatables are fine but certainly can’t be used without the cover to hold them together. We inflate appropriately, store inside, and never wear anything remotely sharp when using this, and there’s absolutely no reason this shouldn’t have lasted longer. My husband contacted Sportstuff Customer Service about it and got an email with a link to purchase a new liner with absolutely no comment. That is an obnoxious lack of customer service. Really disappointing after spending so much $, and our grandkids are going to be so upset the next time they visit and there’s no big tube to ride on. Try rationalizing that with a 6 year old.

Recent Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By C. Davis - Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2017
Bittersweet death of our 4-seater.
The kids loved it. I hated it. It died this weekend and I had a quiet thrill dropping it in the dumpster. I will say it lasted for three years and we are HEAVY lake goers. During that time I had to patch it many times (the big lower bladder) and also sew patches on the outer cover a couple of times. It was a challenge keeping it going but every year I was able to get it back on the water. Why the kids love it: It's like towing a couch. For some kids, they just want to ride. No tricks. It is great for that. Some adults liked riding it that way too. Heck, they'd bring a frosty cold beverage sometimes. Other times the kids wanted thrown off. I have a 250hp on our TriToon which makes that easy to do that sort of tubing. But our previous pontoon was 20' and had a 60hp. With some effort you could get a couple decent spins on it even with that underpowered setup. Why I hated it: Double edge sword, again, it is like towing a couch. It is huge. It is a massive pain to fill. It takes forever to dry. It is seriously heavy, especially when wet. There's nowhere to store it (don't ever stow it in a ski hold, it will take three guys to get it back out). It is a pain to deflate and fold. And you should never put it up wet. Period. But... it also takes UV damage like crazy so drying it in the sun (while your only option) is hard on it. Also, when you dead head (and sometimes even when you don't) it thinks it is a submarine, the nose goes under and the design of the thing will just keep submerging it further. Bigger issue is the design. Where the seams in the lower polymer bladder come together just aren't strong enough. Especially near the corners. I had to patch holes in it frequently. The day it finally died I had just spent two hours re-sewing a patch into the outer cover and traced down and patched three new holes. Got it back in the water, and ten minutes later it ripped completely in half right at about the point where the "A" and "B" in MABLE is - all the way across. The rest of it came off like a sock. Where it ripped was nowhere near where the patch was, so it was just bad stitching. My buddy has the three-seater. I borrowed his after our final blow-out with this thing. Debating whether to buy that next. His is only one less seat but is much easier to manage. The lower bladder is much thinner, it is lighter, dries faster, is easy to fold and stow, etc. The kids even have an easier time getting on it. But I'm concerned about quality. May go with another design next time. Not sure yet but would not recommend this version at all.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bayou Bookworm - Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2019
Totally Insane Toy
Have only used it for Memorial Day weekend so far but am 100% pleased. I bought a pump to inflate it (Sevylor 2000016327 Pump 120V 2.5Psi available on Amazon - I highly recommend it) because I figured this would be big. And it is big. Really big. Great Big, as it were. With 4 teenage girls on this thing (in the sitting position) it is the easiest thing I have ever pulled. It takes no talent at all to get it swinging around wwwaaayyyyy outside the wakes or skittering around fast turns. All riders were extremely pleased and even bouncing over some pretty good chop with 2-3 feet of air under it, it was really stable and solid. Peals of howling laughter kind of fun. Using the chariot style pull makes riding it more challenging for those looking for that but it still pulls really easily. Note that only one quick-connect is on this thing and it is in the seated configuration. You have to thread a rope through some straps to pull it chariot style so switching positions can be problematic. We mostly left it in the seated style. Appears to be well built and durable with the usual neoprene pads, Boston valves, and padded handles you would expect. If you have a group of people to pull, this is your toy. Highly recommended. Oh yeah, that big ball thing on the tow rope in the pictures is not part of this. That is a separate thing (SPORTSSTUFF Towable Booster Tube) that we used for the previous flat towable we had. I wouldn't say it is necessary for the Mable but it didn't hamper the experience either and helps to manage the rope shock.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Sarah Hess - Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2019
Not so “great” big mable
The first one we ordered was tough to blow up and took me a while. I was also disappointed this did not come with and inflating tool nor did it come with a tow rope I was also disappointed this did not come with any inflating tool nor did it come with a tow rope. Although it didn’t promise to send one, for the price we paid and in experience with buying tubes in the past from other companies most giant tubes come with inflators and toe ropes We had used it for about two days on our camping trip and it already had a hole in it and began to lose air. several other holes began to occur in the front near the seams. It was very disappointing, we tried to repair it with several different patches and kits and nothing worked, it would continue to lose air. Very disappointing after minimal use. The silver lining, the company quickly refunded our money and sent us another tube to try again. So far so good but we’ve only used it one time. Hoping this one stays inflated and does not easily lose air or gain holes or tears

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Tiffany Zeuch - Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2020
Company does not return warranty requests
I ordered this product in late August 2019. Used it for two days during Labor Day and 2 days this past weekend. It was stored all winter, indoors. This weekend, the 4th day we used it ever, the rear raft back got a hole and deflated. I have called this company several times this week (and have left messages), tried emailing their warranty email--it bounces back. Ridiculous that I spent $365 on a raft that I got to use 4 days.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By KaiKai - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2018
Should last much longer for the price
This is very pricey to only last two summers. We live in a cold weather climate so our summer is short, and this is for a weekend home, thus used infrequently for the past two years. We had two smaller adults on this tube and the cover completely split in half. The inflatables are fine but certainly can’t be used without the cover to hold them together. We inflate appropriately, store inside, and never wear anything remotely sharp when using this, and there’s absolutely no reason this shouldn’t have lasted longer. My husband contacted Sportstuff Customer Service about it and got an email with a link to purchase a new liner with absolutely no comment. That is an obnoxious lack of customer service. Really disappointing after spending so much $, and our grandkids are going to be so upset the next time they visit and there’s no big tube to ride on. Try rationalizing that with a 6 year old.