MIAMI – Finally, a pool product designed for women.
The internet’s newest target is a poorly designed pool float that looks like a giant maxi pad.
One Twitter user noted that a simple focus group of women could have helped save the unfortunate design.
The Aquaria Pasadena Pool Float is selling for $80 at multiple retailers but the comments are priceless.
Focus group. This could have been avoided with 1 focus group (of women). pic.twitter.com/C76lv5ji33— Jillian David (@JillianDavid13) July 3, 2017
What's the absorbency level on this thing? 😂— FanMom (@fanmomaf) July 3, 2017
If you don't want to lose this on the pool deck, just pull off the adhesive strip on the back and attach it to your chair!— Becky McG. 🏳️🌈🐶🐱🦂🦎 (@bmmcgar) July 3, 2017
Won't it soak up half the pool water? 😃— appalledvoter (@appalledvoter) July 3, 2017
So it's apparently a thing at big box stores… pic.twitter.com/nT6LWCY4GR— admford (@admford) July 3, 2017
Hey ladies, it could be worse... pic.twitter.com/RU6L763m0f— Dan Sharfin (@VoiceOverDan) July 3, 2017
And a thousand Halloween costumes are born.— Becky (@Fibrobabe) July 3, 2017
Alternative theory - it was designed by a woman who was sick of the men in her family stealing all the pool floats 😉— sam (@verysimple) July 3, 2017
And I bet it's not even flushable.— Dr. but not the useful kind Susan Schorn (@SusanSchorn) July 3, 2017
This needs to go to @YouHadOneJob— In League With The Forces of Darkness📎 (@hotincleveland) July 3, 2017