German watersports company, Wibit has been transforming beach side backyards and commercial pools into wild and wacky inflatable obstacle courses for over two decades.
Creators and friends Robert Cirjak and Romann Rademacher experienced their first feature for their water trampoline in an American watersports magazine in 1996, only to have their one and only trampoline idea stolen at the BOOT show in Dusseldorf.
Despite this, Robert and Romann stuck it out until their creation of a commercial grade floating aqua park design hit the market in 2000. Fourteen years later, Wibit sports is now the world leader in floating water parks and can configure an inflatable adventure right in your own backyard. If your backyard is a beach, that is.
Regardless of property size or budget, the Wibit water obstacle course comes in modular designs which vary in size and capacity. Though they’re a little too big for your average-sized pool, Wibit’s products can be found at commercial pools, resorts, camps, and open water locations all around the world.
Or you just need is to own a lake, or some sort of lakeside property. Of course, it is also inflatable, so if you can make arrangements to take in on a community lake, I bet you’d be the coolest guy in town.
The WiBit aqua parks feature a heap of different obstacles and activities to transform your summer for the better. And because their designs are always evolving, they can create a customized solution for you.
Boasting commercial grade construction, tough German safety standards, and devoted passion for sports, WiBit’s will give you trouble-free yet challenging entertainment for your guests. Each Wibit product also comes equipped with the necessary setup parts, as well as an accessory kit, depending on your combination.
Check out the experience below to see if you’re ready to have what could be the best summer of your life.
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