Fun pool floats you can buy on Amazon for under $35


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Gone are the days of flimsy, monochrome pool floats. Replacing them are pool floats packed with a lot of personality and that will help you lounge in the water in style.

Here are nine pool floats on Amazon, all under $35, that will make a splash this summer and that are bidding for some attention on your Instagram account.

1. Avocado Float

This avocado float comes with an inflatable ball that resembles a pit. Margarita not included.

Amazon, $21.99


2. Mermaid Float

Mermaid spotting! Channel your inner Ariel with this pink mermaid float, complete with a tail.

Amazon, $20.99


3. Llama Float

Pool day? Alpaca my bags and bring this colorful pool float, thank you very much.

Amazon, $18.99


4. Rose Gold With Sparkles

This rose gold pool float with flakes of gold sparkles has a celebratory feel. There are gold and silver versions, too.

Amazon, $10.99


5. Palm Tree

Dreaming of a beach vacation at the pool? Just add a palm tree. This one comes with a detachable ball that’s disguised as a coconut.

Amazon, $10.99


6. Pegasus Float

Cast yourself as a Greek goddess on this Pegasus pool float.

Amazon, $34.95


7. Shark Attack

Cue the “Jaws” theme song, and clear the pool to have to yourself. This pool float is especially perfect for “Shark Week.”

Amazon, $28.99


8. Whoopee Cushion

Glam, it is not. But this pool float is sure to garner some laughs and is perfect for pranksters.

Amazon, $19.99


9. Bacon Float

And the award for my “dog‘s favorite pool float” goes to this sizzling bacon-centric pool float.

Amazon, $14.95


Which pool float can you picture yourself lounging on this summer?

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