Aqua Leisure® Deluxe Tot Trainer® Inflatable Swim Aid for Toddlers
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- Rugged inflatable tube for years of use
- Made of high visibility comfort tested fabric
- Adjustable safety strap
- Tot trainer builds water comfort
- Recommended for children 2 - 4 years
Made of bright, easy to spot stretch nylon Give your little swimmer a swimming aid that will stay with them by putting them in the Deluxe Tot Trainer® Inflatable Swim Aid for Toddlers from Aqua Leisure®. Made of heavy-duty stretch nylon for safety and visiblility, this swimming aid includes fully attached pants and a built-in inflatable tube to keep your little water lover above the water. Pants also ensure a secure fit to prevent the unit from riding up over the child's shoulders. Designed for ages 2-4. Bright, easy to spot yellow suit. Manufacturer model #: ET-9000.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 10
Rated 1 out of 5 by psbrowns Buyer beware! Not as Pictured!!
I have had swim sweater type swim trainers for my 6 children for a very long time. I have been looking for one with a full torso suit and thought that this one was it. Sadly it is not. It is a tank type v-neck top with an uncomfortable crotch strap for the bottom. Bummer. Will be sending it straight back!
February 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by PAJOE Good Price from Bass Pro
Very happy with purchase. Quick delivery even though it was out of stock when ordered. This was the second swim trainer we bought and are very happy with it.
August 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by WaterMom Awesome Flotation suit
This toddler flotation suit works better than any I've previously tried! Keeps my baby's head safely out of the water while she can move with confidence through the pool. It's awesome!
August 30, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mommyofcutie Great Buy!
This swimsuit gave my 2 year old son the confidence he needed to start "swimming". He will now jump from one float to another because he knows if he lands in the water he'll float right back up to the top. We were never happy with life jackets because they either leaned him forward or backward and floaties were just out of the question! When we first put him in this swimsuit he did float forward but we soon figured out we didn't put enough air in it. Now we can set him in the water beside us and he happily splashes and makes swimming motions to go back and forth between my husband and me. He even hands his swimsuit to us and says, "Time go swimmin' Mama!"
June 23, 2011
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