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FunAir launches new toys


FunAir, maker of sealed air inflatable yacht toys, announced a new line of inflatable water slides and games.

“Our mission is create innovative, high-quality inflatable products that deliver smiles and make memories for our customers that last a lifetime,” FunAir CEO Eric Goldreyer said. “We saw an opportunity to provide families, resorts, festival owners, camps and schools with access to the same enjoyment that yacht owners have experienced for years. We are very excited to be launching three completely new products to the world.”

Lead by Mark Anastasia, inventor of the hook-over-the-railing inflatable yacht slide in 2009, the FunAir design team has since created more than 200 custom inflatables for megayachts across the world. Goldreyer met Anastasia during his own personal search for a product that did not yet exist, an inflatable dock slide, and they decided to create a business that offers ultimate sealed air inflatables to families and the people who want to entertain them.

Designed to last, all FunAir sealed air inflatables are made with commercial-grade 28 oz. PVC materials with UV protection and are backed by a 1-year warranty. All FunAir products include a FunAir electric pump, which makes inflation quick and easy. After inflation, the pump stows safely away during play. New product line includes the portable Gaga Ball Pit, two-story Dock Slide and the giant Super Sweet Slide.

Designed to fit on a two-story boat dock, the 15-foot FunAir Dock Slide is the first of its kind. The 50-foot long and 10-foot wide FunAir Super Sweet Slide is bigger, faster and more extreme.

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