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World's Thickest Pool Noodle 3.9 5 71 79
Not the same quality as the past. What happened to these noodles? We have purchased several over the years. This year it is flimsy, almost hollow. The old ones are solid and sturdy. Definitely the quality has changed, and we are very disappointed. Frontgate has always been known for their quality, but these are cheap looking and hollow feeling. I won't buy them again. And I would not recommend them. June 6, 2014
Thickest Noodle Cannot Stand the Heat I purchased two pool floats and three noodles. One of my floats had one of the large noodles from Frontgate resting on it, and when I picked up the noodle, part of the material from the noodle peeled off onto the float, and the float ripped when picked up. It was in the shade and only resting on it overnight. They were fun to use out of the box but the noodles and floats cannot stand up to the AZ heat. These definitely need to be sold in areas that are not that hot. July 7, 2011
Good But Disappointing The Pool Noodle was hollow on-the-inside, not solid like we expected. The ends were glued on in a sloppy manner, and a portion of a plastic string, probably used to hang it with, was still attached. It will be interesting to see how long the ends keep intact & keep the inside from filling with water! June 13, 2013
Some helpful hints Before purchasing this product make sure you read the reviews in order to maximize your enjoyment. There are some things you need to know. These are hollow, they are not solid. The skin is thin, so the covering will puncture easily. They will stick together in the hot sun. Don't try to pull them apart or you might damage the covering. Throw them in the water or let them cool off before separating and don't store them in the hot sun. Probably not for kids. You'd think you wouldn't have all these issues with a float that is so expensive. Having said everything else above, I find them much more enjoyable than a regular noodle and will probably purchase a few more when they are on sale or free shipping. If you take care of them, you might get a year or two out of them. June 4, 2014
Nice noodle! We have had other large pool noodles before and they did not hold up like these! These noodles are hollow like another reviewer stated but they have "something" (sounds like what's inside a beanbag chair) inside them and I don't think that it hurts the function of the noodle and they are sealed at the ends so water won't get in them. Very nice, we love them! Just wish they were offered in more colors like the other floats... May 7, 2011
World's Thickest Noodle I am very disappointed in the noodles this year. I have ordered 3 and every one has been flimsy and deflated and tears easily We only ordered 1 last year and it has been fantastic and is still fully thick. I kept thinking it was a fluke that I kept getting replacements that were never even good. I hope that you figure out what happened. July 16, 2014
Noodle Tears easily Could be the best noodle out there BUT it tears very easily. Simply upon picking up the noodle from the pool, the outer skin tore. Originally, I ordered two, one tore, sent that one back, for a new one. In the mean time, the other tore as well. FG sent me a another one for free for my inconvenience. 5 stars for service 2 stars for the noodle, which really could be the best, BUT. July 10, 2014
World's thickest pool noodle Horrible product. I thought it would be a solid noodle but it is an air inflated noodle. During regular use in the pool there was a small puncture in the noodle (after 2 days of use). Now it can't be used. July 8, 2014
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