Devilfish slip & slide
Double lanes for racing, built-in sprinkler system, crash pad and robust quality offer hours of fun for children ages 5-12 years. The heavy duty 0.22mm PVC and the enclosed waterproof duct tape mean the family will get several seasons' use out of the Devilfish slip and slide. Set-up takes a minute, connects with standard garden hoses (UK/EU and US) thanks to the enclosed adapters
Intended use: Garden play, parties
Recommended age: age 5-12
Size: 9,5m x 1,6m
Units per pack: 1
Material: Heavy duty 0.22mm PVC
Made in Zhejiang, China
Entirely made of heavy duty 0.22mm PVC plastic, 38% thicker and heavier than industry standard. Comes with a sturdy pegging system with stakes that attach to the ground, a tough inflatable crash pad and 2m of waterproof duct tape for instant repairs.
The inflatable cushion at the end can be blown up manually, or faster still with an electric air pump.
No outdoor water hose? A bucketful of soapy water does the job for lots of slippery races!
"The toughest swimmers out there"
The Grey Whales were called Devilfish by early whalers because they defended themselves so fiercely. They give birth in the pleasant lagoons of northern Mexico.
The 5m long newborns struggle to breathe and swim, but the mothers help their calves by lifting them to the surface with her tail flukes. They 'spy-hop' during migration - raising their heads above water - probably to check the coastline.
- - A male weighs 16 tonnes
- - A pregnant female weighs up to 34 tonnes
- - Young Devilfish learn to swim in the shallows
- - They migrate 10 000km to their Arctic feeding grounds
Because they stay close to the shore, where the ocean floor is shallow, they were vulnerable from early whalers around Iceland and elsewhere in the Atlantic, where they were hunted to extinction.
- - Devilfish thrive in the Eastern North Pacific
- - Devilfish feed from the bottom of the ocean
- - They eat red crabs, small shrimp, herring eggs and larvae