My sister and I decided to actually spend some money on the kids this year. We were looking for a cool water activity that the kids could enjoy all day without getting bored. We were extremely disappointed with the Banzai 3D Watershark Bite waterslide. So we started hitting the stores up everyday until we found what were looking for.
Our last stop was Walmart and we ended up finding the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide. I was a bit skeptical about buying another Banzai product because of the last slide we bought. But I figured since it cost a lot more, it might be about something. We weren’t excited about the price so we put together a plan. We decided to collect money from our husbands to help pay for the $400 Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide. Between the four of us, we put in $100 a peice and bought the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterside.
I was excited about the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide because it was huge. It held a maximum weight of 200lbs, which was awesome because that meant the adults could actually enjoy the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide as well. The only down fall with this is that the age range starts at 5 so if you have smaller children then they won’t be able to play on the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide. The ladder that has to be climbed is a bit steep for smaller kids and I noticed that when I tried letting my three year old slide down the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide.
The thing I liked the most about the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide is that it inflated in a matter of a few minutes. I just knew that it was going to take at least an hour to get it up and running, as big as it was. The Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide comes with a motor blower that keeps the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide from deflating.
For $400 I didn’t have anything to complain about when it came to the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide. The only thing I wasn’t all that happy about was putting it up after we were done using it. Even though you can deflate the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide, it’s still a it sloppy afterwards. I find it hard putting up wet items and that’s the problem I had with the Banzai Blackout Blast Waterslide. Other than that I thought that the Banzai Blackout waterslide was a great buy. It kept all my kids interested and intrigued most of the day. I didn’t have any issues with kids running back in the house saying they were bored.
The Banzai Blast Waterslide is a way better investment when it comes to buying water activities for your kids. Why not put in a little extra money for something your kids are actually going to enjoy.