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Holleyweb Inflatable Bubble House

By: on May 29, 2015
$1,950
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Privacy be damned! The Holleyweb inflatable Bubble House is the only tent for those who really mean it when they say they like a panoramic view. The transparent PVC tarpaulin is also a great choice for the campground exhibitionists.

As easily installed at backyard parties as it is in front of waves crashing on the beach, the Bubble House has a 13' floor diameter extending into a clear sealed and double-stitched dome overhead. Bubble PVC is 0.6mm thick, waterproof, and fire retardant. The interior floor is made of Oxford cloth. Ventilation comes courtesy of your dreams.

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