Banzai water slide provide a way for people of all budgets and backgrounds to enjoy the exhilaration of sliding down a water slide in the comfort of their own home. Slides like this may not be as big as the ones at family parks, but they can offer quite a bit of backyard fun. They inflate quickly with an included electric fan. These fans are water-safe and are relatively quiet. Banzai’s first slide was a big hit in 2006, and even received a prestigious award. Since then, Banzai has been whipping up new inflatable slides which people everywhere are enjoying. In addition, these slides won’t go stale when the cold seasons turn up- they can be used without water too.
Drop Zone Banzai Water Slide:
Retailing for around $300, the Drop Zone is basically a miniature water park, featuring two distinct slides for children to choose from. This inflatable slide inflates in just a few minutes after setting it onto the lawn. Any soft spot of ground will do, but grass is preferred. A fabric ground liner sits between the slide and the ground to reduce pressure points and prevent tears.
The first slide is curved in shape and takes kids for a wild ride down its twists and turns. The second slide is called the Drop Zone and features a straight, steep drop which is sure to make the stomach turn. With a weight limit of 200 pounds, multiple children can use the slide at once. The water basin at the base of both Banzai water slides is big enough to accommodate a couple occupants at once.
In the “lagoon”, kids can splash each other or play a game of catch with the included plastic basketball. In addition, a turning water cannon can be used to spray other people. The water works are powered by your typical garden hose. Adjust the water speed for optimal fun. When the fun is over, you can store the Banzai water slide in the included carry case after drying it out.
Banzai Croc Chomp Slide:
The Crop Chomp slide is a slip n’ slide type of structure which can accompany the Drop Zone. This long 18 foot slide sits on the ground and is made from PVC plastic. Water is sprayed onto the plastic mat to make it slippery. Kids take a running leap onto the slide and shoot down the center, dodging two inflatable crocodiles on the way. The crocs look like they’re ready to take a bite out of the mat, so you better move fast! The crocs move their mouths up and down using solely the power of water. A water bag at their base keeps them from moving around.
Sliding down the center lane is sure to get you soaked, especially once you hit the water pool at the end. High quality PVC materials make this one of the most durable slides in its class.