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Floating Drink Holders

There is nothing more frustrating than being in the bath or a pool and having nowhere to put your refreshing beverage. Floating drink holders can solve your problem by giving you a stylish, hands-free way of keeping your drink safe and upright while you relax in the water.

Design

Floating drink holders are available in a range of shapes and designs, from simple round inflatables to flamingos, rubber ducks, desert islands and even multiple cup or glass holders for pool parties. Fun colours and pictures such as doughnuts, watermelons and pineapples mean there is something to appeal to every taste with adults and children alike being able to enjoy the novelty of a floating drink.

Basic Features

Most floating cup holders share the same basic features. They are inflatable for maximum buoyancy, easy to inflate manually (due to the small size, pumps are not recommended), roughly circular as this is the most stable shape to support your drink and have a cup or glass sized hollow in the middle where the drink is inserted and supported. It is important to make sure your drink is firmly pushed all the way down as angled or incorrectly inserted glasses will be at increased risk of spilling.

Additional Features

Some floating drink holders have additional features that make them excellent choices for parties or occasions. Multi-packs offer up to 8 individual floating drink holders in a wide variety of designs.

Larger models, such as the Inflatable Intex Mega Chil, have an internal storage area for up to 24 12oz cans, as well as spaces around the outside for 5 opened drinks and easy carry handles for transport. The Poolcandy Illuminated Drink Boat holds multiple drinks and offers the additional feature of built-in LED lights for evening pool use.

Others, like the Intex Megachill Floating Drink Cooler, also include easy to use connectors that fasten your floating drink holder to other Intex products, meaning you can link several together when you need to accommodate more guests.

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