- Sam’s Club is selling a floating picnic table that takes the principle of dining on the water to an entire new level.
- Rhino Building Products’ Drifting Picnic Table stays up to five people and has 4 cupholders.
- It costs $598 on Sam’s Club’s site.
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Sam’s Club is now selling a floating picnic table that lets you take your lunch out on the water.
Rhino Structure Products’ Floating Picnic Table is offered on Sam’s Club’s website for $598 at the time of writing. The float, which can seat as numerous as 5 grownups, according to the item description on Sam’s Club, features four cupholders to keep drinks level. It also features bench seating, in addition to eye hooks for connecting a cooler, so you can take beverages with you and keep them cold.
Sam’s Club calls the product “a steady, easy-to-clean dining area in your favorite watering hole.” The light-weight, long lasting float is stable and washable, according to the product description. And at 65 pounds, popping the drifting picnic table in and out of the water shouldn’t be too difficult.
“It is very stable and makes an ideal location for people to hang out in the water,” one reviewer wrote on Sam’s Club’s site. “I highly suggest!”
The same reviewer stated it’s also an enjoyable place to play cards while out on the water. “Other times, we turn it over and set out on the benches,” they wrote.
This is far from the very first wild pool product we’ve seen. Up until now this year, there have been a variety of special swimming pool floats on the market from enormous Taco Bell hot sauce packet drifts to giant, inflatable pickles.
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