This Giant Llama Pool Float Will Get You Instagram-Ready This Summer

After the delightful yet short-lived sunshine we experienced in February, we've got summer on the mind, which means we're counting down the days until we'll be sitting by the pool, sipping on a cocktail and potential floating around on this adorable giant llama...

Yep, that's a sentence you might never thought you'd read, but thanks to Big Mouth Inc, you can now a ginormous pink and white pool float in the form of a llama, and it's so cute.

Credit: Amazon/Big Mouth Inc
Credit: Amazon/Big Mouth Inc

The llama comes from the company responsible for bringing us the infamous unicorn sprinkler and the corgi pool float, so it's only right they added a giant llama to the collection.

We're not kidding when we use the word giant, as the llama measures out at four foot by four foot, and can hold up to 200 pounds (90.7 kilos) in weight.

Credit: Amazon/Big Mouth Inc
Credit: Amazon/Big Mouth Inc

You can get your hands on your very own giant llama for just £22.99 on Amazon, however Big Mouth Inc does recommend the pool float is only used under the supervision of adults. Although, we're not even going to pretend we have any intention of using this ourselves.

But, if you need something else to get your pool party poppin' this summer, you might opt for one of these prosecco pool floats instead.

Credit: Ebay
Credit: Ebay

You can now lounge around on a giant lilo shaped like a bottle of bubbly, which is guaranteed to add a bit of fizz to your summer celebrations.

Of course, you should make sure that you have a refreshing glass of bubbles in your hand too, as you ride the pool waves.

These are a bit of a bargain too, and you can get your hands on one for just £17.99 on Ebay.

Now all we need to do is pray that mother nature does her bit and provides us with some decent summer weather so we can float all our worries away.

Featured Image Credit: Big Mouth Inc.

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on

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