Wednesday, June 15, 2016

H2OGO! Tether Ball Splash - Backyard Water Toy Review

I received product for review from Bestway.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

After revolutionizing backyard water fun last summer with the launch of the first and only water slide with a built-in inflatable speed ramp, Bestway, Inc. returns in 2016 with an even more exciting line-up of H2OGO! outdoor water toys.  One of those is the H2OGO! Tether Ball Splash, which we've used for outdoor summer fun on a couple of occasions now.

A watery twist to a timeless favorite, H2OGO! Tether Ball Splash takes the classic fun of tetherball and infuses it with a new level of wet and wild excitement. Kids are able to battle each other in a  game of tetherball while staying cool as they swing and splash the spinning spray ball all the way to victory. The inflatable 6.5 foot Tether Ball Splash attaches to a garden hose and has a built-in water chamber at the base to keep the fun going all summer long.
My husband is the one who set up the H2OGO! Tether Ball Splash.  An air pump is needed to blow up the center part and a garden hose is needed to supply the water.  After blowing it up and adding water to the yellow base, we connected the garden hose to the backyard water toy and went full force with it.
 
We learned that the center part needed to be fully aired or else it wouldn't stand upright.  Other than struggling with that a couple of times, the kids had a blast with it.  Water sprays out of several spots in the ball, and kids are able to swing it around back and forth.  The young'uns have had fun with the H2OGO! Tether Ball Splash, and it keeps them cooled off while playing outside.


4 comments:

Yona Williams said...

I wonder if my nephew would like this…looks like something he can have fun with his friends.

Kayla @ TheEclecticElement said...

That looks like such a blast! We could have seriously used that the other day when it was well into the 90s and so humid. I'm 26 years old and would have no problem playing with this with no kids around!

Terri Irvin said...

My grandchildren would LOVE this!! What a great way to spend a summer afternoon.

Jerry Marquardt said...

This all looks like some nice summer fun. The kids are going to enjoy this. I thank you for the post.