Aquaclimb lets you rock climb in your pool

by Mike

In case you’ve been to busy to venture outside, it’s getting pretty cold out. It is Winter after all, and it tends to get cold that time of year. So, I figured, what better time to introduce an insanely awesome pool gadget. Yep, unless you’ve got an indoor pool with a nice, high roof, you won’t be using your brand new Aquaclimb for a few more months. Hah!

Rock climbing. . . in a pool. . . whaaat? Honestly, look at the picture, that looks like a lot of fun. You can get these things in a wide range of sizes, which is limited by the depth of your pool. A wimpy 5 foot pool can only handle a 4 foot wall (what use is that!?) whereas a nice 12 foot pool can handle about 13 feet of wall. I guess that makes sense, you wouldn’t exactly want to free fall for 13 feet into 5 foot deep water. At least I wouldn’t. Each panel can be rotated (4 combinations) to change up your “course” and either make it easier or more difficult for yourself.

If the Aquaclimb wasn’t $10,000$6,500, I’d bet a lot of people would buy one. But it is, and that’s only the starting price, however, you can pretty much get the 13 foot wall for the same price, not quite, but close. Either way, it’s not exactly cheap, and I can think of a lot to buy with $10,000 $6,500 that would get more use than an Aquaclimb. An incredibly large television with a ridiculously awesome speaker system comes to mind, but that’s only an idea. Give me some time, I’ll come up with something.

Product Page – [via SCI FI Tech]

3 reviews or comments

Tiago Says: January 17, 2007 at 10:21 pm

This is like the brother of the Inflatable Iceberg – :)

AquaClimb Says: January 19, 2007 at 2:51 pm

Thanks for the enthusiasm about the AquaClimb! Although still expensive, our base unit starts at $6,840.00 & is still a whole lot of fun! Safety is our largest concern & the AquaClimb has actually been suggested by experts to be a safe replacement for diving boards. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or go to – Evan Scott

Mike Says: January 20, 2007 at 6:57 am

Thanks Evan, I’ve updated the information in the post. :)

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