First, it was the summer of the flamingo, then the white swan (#iconic). It seems like every time we turn around there鈥檚 a new must-have pool float that鈥檚 popping up on Insta and making all your friends look like they鈥檙e having the party of their lives. It鈥檚 gotten so hard to choose a new floatie for summer that we鈥檝e even resorted to taking advice from the stars. But we鈥檝e got some big news. Sam鈥檚 Club has rolled out the most truly over-the-top pool floats we鈥檝e ever seen: a giant flamingo, a peacock, and yes, even a rainbow unicorn. Don鈥檛 get us wrong, we鈥檙e *way* excited. But we have questions.

1. Are they still called pool floats if you can鈥檛 fit them in a pool? Sam鈥檚 Club elects to call the $150 floats 鈥減arty islands,鈥 which does seem more apt. (There鈥檚 *no way* these things are fitting in a pool.) Each shape is slightly different, but they鈥檙e about 10 feet by 10 feet. Hope your BFFs have a private lake.

2. How many people can you fit? The official cap is six adults (or 1320 lbs), so pick your friends wisely. Then again, some models have eight cupholders, so 鈥 . All we can say is, if you go full #YOLO, beware of capsizing.

3. How do you inflate them? We鈥檇 opt to use an air compressor, but some brave soul (thank you, reviews) said they managed to inflate the entire thing in 20 minutes with a hand-held air pump. Bonus workout?

4. Is this magical unicorn going to send me drifting out to sea? Um, possibly. There doesn鈥檛 seem to be much you can do to steer it from your perch. (Just for the record, this isn鈥檛 technically a unicorn 鈥 a winged specimen like this is called a pegacorn. The more you know!)

5. How do you get off this crazy thing? There鈥檚 a platform! Phew.

6. Okay, where do I get one? Sam鈥檚 Club has been selling out online, but they seem to be trying to restock to keep up with demand. And they鈥檙e still sold at store locations across the US. Do it for the 鈥榞ram, folks.

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