Costco Big Joe Pool Float, Noodle Sling Floatie


Costco sells this Big Joe Pool Float for $19.99. Scroll down for photos. This is another one of Costco’s popular pool items. This was the first time this season I saw this noodle sling for sale & there were only a handful left in the bin. The Big Joe brand is a popular brand & this is one of their most popular items. The nice thing about this float is the ability to sit in the water while floating around. It’s like sitting in a chair with your head above water. I’ve been on some of the old floats, where you’re on top of the float outside the water. It gets hot real quick. This is a great way to stay cool & casually float around the pool. Here are a few more details about this Costco Big Joe Pool Float……..

  • Brand: Big Joe
  • Built in Seat
  • UV & Mildew Resistant
  • Convenient Drink Holder
  • Premium Mesh Fabric
  • Cover Made in China, Filled & Finished in USA

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Big Joe Poo Float Costco, Noodle Sling with Built in Seat


What better way to float around the pool then cruising around in this float. It’s even got a drink holder for you to store your beverage. This is a seasonal item from Costco so make sure to buy it if you see it. They don’t currently sell them on Costco.com. They only sell the Big Joe Pool Petz 2-pack (Item Number: 1524138). Those seem to be geared towards kids/children, while this is an adult item. These were located with all the other outdoor items in the middle of my Costco. If you can’t find these at Costco, make sure to check out the other HIGHLY RATED Big Joe items……..

Price: $19.99, Item Number: 1360239

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One thought on “Costco Big Joe Pool Float, Noodle Sling Floatie

  1. Hi, the front part of mine sinks. I’ve also tried it on a child and it’s the same. The drink holders do not stay above the water then. Is this how it is supposed to work?

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