Sable Vehicle Educational Inflatable Splash Pad

Last updated date: May 20, 2020

DWYM Score
8.9


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Overall Take

In our analysis of 53 expert reviews, the Sable Sable Vehicle Educational Inflatable Splash Pad placed 9th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note May 30, 2020:
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Expert Summarized Score
0.0
1 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.4
295 user reviews
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What experts liked
Made with nonslip PVC, it's 68 inches wide and can fit two to three kids at a time. It even comes with two repair patches if a little too much fun is being had.
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From The Manufacturer

Sable - A New Level of Comfort! Transform your home into your very own oasis of pure comfort. Sable’s products – ranging from richly textured blankets to ingenious massaging devices – promise you an unprecedented relaxation experience. Lean back as we provide everything you need to achieve the most comforting and warm ambience for your home. Spray holes are designed inside the rim to bring high water columns without wetting everywhere. Comes with a diameter connector to securely fix the hose in the right place and ensure no water leakage. Water inlet is located at the back of the pad to keep it from ripping apart, in case of the hose being accidentally pulled. Make your kids to enjoy a cool summer in the backyard. With vehicle pattern design on the sprinkler, toddlers learn more happily and easily in the sun, enhancing the fun of learning. PVC non-slip textures prevent children from slipping. A wavy line near the rim of the splash pad, increases grip and safety. The water toys are both BPA and phthalates free, environmentally friendly materials ensure children's safe play. Thickened non-toxic PVC material is 30% thicker than others, to avoid bursting during use. Dielectric welding ensures strong and beautiful joints, extending service life. 68” Splash pad allows 2 to 3 kids to play inside, and has enough space. Just plug it to a garden hose or PVC tubing, the toddlers can play in the sprinkler water toys. Simply adjust water pressure to lower or higher the spray height

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Expert Reviews: 5
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Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 3
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Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 4
7. SplashEZ 3-In-1 Instructional Inflatable Splash Pad
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 14
8. Aywewii Unicorn Inflatable Splash Pad
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 0
9. Sable Vehicle Educational Inflatable Splash Pad
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 1
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Overall Score: 8.8
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Expert Reviews: 1

An Overview On Inflatable Splash Pads

When the weather turns hot, parents start looking for a way for kids to cool off. Pools are great, but unless you have one at home, you have to pack everyone up and head to a local public pool. Sure, you can buy kiddie pools for the backyard, but those can be complicated to set up.

In recent years, splash pads have become a fun alternative to swimming pools. These setups have a nonslip surface, along with nozzles and other features that stream water out for children to run through. Across the country, parks have set up splash pads for kids to run and play, but again, you may not want to pack the kids up and drive across town. Having one in your own backyard could come in handy on the hottest days of the year.

An inflatable splash pad provides the perfect solution for busy parents. Simply hook up a garden hose, turn it on, and you’ll have hours of fun for your little ones. One of the best things about splash pads is that they take up very little space in your backyard. You can fold them up for easy storage between uses, then inflate them when you’re ready to use them again.

When compared to a kiddie pool, an inflatable splash pad brings a variety of benefits. They’re easier to inflate, since they have a larger surface area, and you don’t have to worry about filling them up before using. Just hook up the hose and kids are ready to play immediately.

Lastly, one of the biggest benefits of a splash pad is its portability. Not only are these play areas easy to store, but you can pack them up and take them on the road with you. All you’ll need is access to a water hose and you can create a fun play area anytime you need one.

DWYM Fun Fact

Splash pads actually emerged as an alternative to a similar popular tradition. For decades, city-dwelling kids would open fire hydrants and play in the street on the hottest summer days. It became a fun way to beat the heat, but fire departments were understandably not happy with the practice. After fighting it for a while, though, some fire departments decided to join in on the fun, creating a cap that could be fitted over hydrants to create a sprinkler. In recent years, cities have decided instead to set up splash pads to discourage opening up hydrants, but that hasn’t stopped the practice completely. Fire departments have begun installing locks on fire hydrants, primarily to curb water theft, but it also keeps fire hydrants from being used as splash pads.

The Inflatable Splash Pad Buying Guide

  • Safety is top priority when choosing a splash pad. You’ll notice the ones set up for public use typically have a nonskid surface to keep kids from slipping around. Make sure the surface of the splash pad will provide the traction kids need once the water is going and they start running around.
  • Durability is always an issue with children’s playthings. Many splash pads are made from heavy-duty material like PVC to prevent them from tearing. It’s not just roughhousing from kids you have to worry about with a splash pad. Since they’re used outside, they can be damaged by rocks, branches and other hazards. Having durable material ensures you’ll get plenty of use out of it.
  • You will need access to a garden hose to get the water going. Make sure your water pressure is strong enough and that your hose will reach to the area you plan to set your splash pad up. With most splash pads, you’ll control the height of the water by adjusting the water pressure up and down on your hose.
  • Larger splash pads can be great if you have three kids, but keep in mind they’ll take up more space in your yard. Make sure you have an area large enough to accommodate your splash pad comfortably.
  • Check the recommended age range on a splash pad before buying. This is especially important if you have a toddler, as some splash pads aren’t recommended for children under 2 or 3 years old.
  • Some splash pads have a small ridge that allows the pad to form a shallow pool. This is great for toddlers who can’t stand up to play like older kids can.
  • Although many splash pads are rated for kids up to the age of 10 or 12, some will be more appealing to much younger kids. If you have older kids, you’ll want to look for a larger splash pad without the childlike designs.