Skid Loader Inflatable Bouncer
- The appropriate size and number of stakes
- The appropriate blower
- One protective ground cloth
- Heavy duty electrical cord
- State and/or local amusement permits may be required by law.
- Blower equipped with a 4′ power cord. A heavy-duty extension cord will be required – 50′ Maximum distance to outlet.
- All inflatable devices must be anchored by metal stakes or approved alternative anchoring method – Failure to anchor device could result in injury or death.
- Multiple units available – Consult for availability on your event date.
- Branding, logos or custom modifications may be available for this item. Please Inquire.
- Delivery, set up and tear down services are available at an additional cost.
- Product image for illustration purposes only. Actual products may vary.
- Product data is for general information. Dimensions and weights are approximate. Most information is deemed accurate but may vary according to different manufacturers and models. Always consult with your Magic Special Events professional event planner for more information.
- Prices do not reflect Delivery, Sales and Rental Tax, Damage Waiver, or cleaning charges when applicable.
- Prices subject to change without notice.
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