Water Soaked Knee Hockey Rink


Have a backyard but not quite sure what to do with it? The Water Soaked Knee Hockey Rink will definitely fit the bill, since it offers you one-on-one fun (in a clean way) with your mate, letting the both of you square-off in a sliding, water-soaked game of knee hockey. Knee hockey – you read that right, will involve you using those body parts that have seen many falls during your growing up years in order to slam the puck into the back of your opponent’s net.

There are 30 small nozzles that have been built straight into both sides of the rink, spraying 24″ high fountains of water which will saturate the surface and players so that slipping and jockeying for control will result in ecstatic laughter and plenty of fun. The oversized plastic puck isn’t going to hurt anyone when used properly, where each player will also have the added help of a soft plastic hockey stick in order to hold up a defense.

A garden hose will need to be attached to the rink for continuous water supply. Would you be willing to get all wet this summer with a $49.95 purchase?

5 reviews or comments

saoirse Says: June 1, 2011 at 4:22 am

Looks like a lot of fun, but what a huge waste of water when there’s such a shortage the world over.

saoirse is gay Says: July 27, 2011 at 6:05 pm

What a weak ass comment; total hippie queer. Bitching about a shortage of water the world over? Kill yourself.

LMFAO Says: June 7, 2012 at 7:26 pm


Scooch Says: January 26, 2013 at 12:49 pm

Thank you, Saoirse, it’s refreshing to see some people have brains. I completely agree with you and would go a step further and say hockey rinks in general are a disgusting and irresponsible waste of water. At least we know we’re better than the rest of them.

Jami Says: June 25, 2013 at 3:24 pm

How fun for summer. Just turn off the sprinklers and let the kids play with the water instead !

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