Product Test: Delta Dueler II

Twin Tubes from Overton's

Published in the September 2012 Issue Published online: Sep 07, 2012 Ask The Expert Brady L. Kay
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During most boating trips, especially on those hot summer days, you tend to find the sandbar sooner rather than later. Floating around in the shallow water and cooling off is a great way to spend your weekend. Over the years we've come across some great sandbar games and products, but the Delta Dueler II tubes might just be my favorite.

For starters, they come in a set which makes sense. You can't really have much of a "duel" with just one.

Included with each 48-inch tube from Swimline are two water cannons for firing away at friends and enemies. My kids absolutely loved these tubes because the cannons receive constant water supply so the battle never ends. (Plus it was hard to keep the adults off them as well)

Each include an inflatable backrest so the tube is safe, as well as comfortable. Regularly priced at around $50, you can now order the set exclusively through Overton's for $29.99. Rated for ages four and up, at that

price you might want to consider ordering another set so your kids can form teams.

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