Costco sells these Big Joe Pool Petz for $29.99. Scroll down for photos. A few weeks ago I posted about the Big Joe Pool Float, but they didn’t have the Pool Petz. Well Costco finally got some of these in stock & now they have the Pool Petz. These are great for kids and adults alike. Throw them in the pool for all day fun. The great thing about these is they give kids the confidence to go into the deep end (under supervision of course). It’s like their own personal safety net for venturing into the 8 foot area of the pool. It’s easy to grab onto as opposed to those slipper donut shaped tubes. Plus they are much more resilient. You don’t have to worry about those cheap inflatable popping. Anyway, here are a few more details about these Costco Big Joe Pool Petz…….
- Brand: Big Joe
- Use in or out of the pool
- UV & Mildew Resistant
- Fast Drying
- Double Sided Mesh Cover
- Perfectly Filled to be Buoyant in the Water
- Lightweight Bean Filling Means no Inflation Needed
- A Fun Companion in and out of the Water
- Drain and Dry Before Storing in a Dry Place
- Options: Turtle, Alligator, Frog
Costco Big Joe Pool Petz
Costco currently sells this online in a 2 pack for $69.99. It’s a pretty good deal considering you get 2 of them for only $10 more than the price in store. Plus they have the options of getting the Alligator too. The Costco I went to only seemed to have the Turtle & Frog available. Almost all the reviews are great too! 1 person complained about the materials being cheap, but it was only 1. Every else raved about how durable they are. They currently have a 4.5/5 star rating too. If you can’t find these in Costco or on Costco.com, make sure to check out these other HIGHLY RATED Pool Petz (I’d go for the HIPPO!) ………
Price: $29.99, Item Number: 2001122
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4 thoughts on “Costco Big Joe Pool Petz, Floats for Kids”
Except that most products don’t have thousands of tiny plastic pellets that can easily be released into our local waterways. You really should take these products out of your store. See article here https://www.sfgate.com/renotahoe/article/moon-dune-pool-toy-broken-littering-pollution-16292878.php
Interesting article. I did read it. You would have to talk to Costco about that. It’s something I would keep in mind when purchasing a product like this. Thanks for chiming in
These thousand of tiny styrofoam balls (polystyrene pellets) end up littering the shoreline of lakes and beaches when these products degrade. They should be taken off the market immediately. Who had this terrible idea? Please stop selling these now!
That could probably be said for a lot of products. It’s a good idea to keep in mind for the owners of these products. As they start to degrade, we can either repair it or realize it’s time to get a new one instead of littering. Thanks for the tip & trying to keep the Earth clean!