Fluzzle Tube

Interlocking Floats

Float On

Stay together on the lake, in a pool or rafting down a river, with Fluzzle Tubes. These puzzle-shaped water floats interlock without ropes, bungees, hands or feet.

Clark Whitehead and Eduardo DeArkos, the founders and creators of Fluzzle Tubes, met while vacationing at Pillsbury Lake in Mendocino, California. They loved floating on the water with family and friends but untethered drifters and tangled ropes often left them frustrated. In a dream, Whitehead envisioned interconnected devices and a business was born.

The sturdy, inflatable rafts are made with heavy grade vinyl for maximum stability. At 61 inches in diameter, each float is roomy and comfortable.The patent pending design includes two handles, two cup holders and eight securing clips. Fasten them in a circle or a straight line; there's no limit to the number of people or the size and shape of the formations...in fact, the more, the merrier.
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Fluzzle Tube - Interlocking Floats
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Eduardo

    Hi I'm Eduardo, one of the creators of Fluzzle Tubes.

    Spending time on the water with friends and family has always been one of my favorite summertime activities, but the only downside was trying to keep our floats connected out on the water. Fluzzle Tubes are the perfect simple solution, and we've been so pleased with all the positive feedback we've received - it's our number one motivation!

    With that in mind, please feel free to give us your thoughts, questions, or concerns so that we can continue to improve Fluzzle Tubes and in the process, make your summer that much better! Thank you!

  • Ann
    6/5/2014 1:02 PM

    Do these floats have the common fill valve that uses a shop vac?

  • Eduardo
    Eduardo – Special Guest
    6/5/2014 2:27 PM

    @Ann Yes, Fluzzle Tube's come with a dual stage rapid inflate/deflate valve. The first, acts like a conventional one way air plug that most common air pumps work with. The smaller plugs is then snapped into a larger valve that is used for rapid inflate or deflate.


  • Matt
    6/5/2014 1:21 PM

    How "sturdy" is the vinyl? On a moving river can it handle low level rapids with potential to scrape against unseen rocks below the surface?

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    6/5/2014 1:47 PM

    Hi Matt and Ann

    Good questions here and we need to get these answered for you. Eduardo will be chiming in shortly.

  • Eduardo
    Eduardo – Special Guest
    6/5/2014 2:15 PM

    The Fluzzle Tube's are constructed of 6P- Free 16 Gauge PVC. We have not had any issues when it comes to rubbing or scraping along shallow river beds. Although we do not recommend it!

  • Theresa
    6/5/2014 2:59 PM

    Totally awesome idea guys !!

    Kudos. Will be ordering two soon to float Lake Washington !!!!

  • Eduardo
    Eduardo – Special Guest
    6/6/2014 1:33 PM

    @Theresa Great! Don't forget to submit photos to [email protected] We love seeing pictures of the tubes being used!

  • Deborah
    6/5/2014 4:03 PM

    Can it be weighted down so that it stays close to shore?

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    6/5/2014 6:08 PM

    Hi Deborah,

    It's likely that you could tie something to the clips or handles to keep it closer to shore, but I will divert to Eduardo here as depending on the weight, it may not be good for the tube.

  • Eduardo
    Eduardo – Special Guest
    6/6/2014 1:35 PM

    @Amy Yes, but we only recommend tying around the handles, and leaving enough slack so that the line is not too tight.


  • Lindsay
    6/6/2014 12:01 AM

    Just wondering if you will make ones that have a bottom because sometimes you don't really want your bum to get wet? :)

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    6/6/2014 10:44 AM

    Lindsay - this is a fantastic suggestion you have. I'm thinking about that discomfort right now (especially if it's cold water) and you are smart to think of that idea. I bet the founders will be thrilled with this idea if they don't already have it in the works for their next version down the line.

  • Eduardo
    Eduardo – Special Guest
    6/6/2014 1:38 PM

    @Lindsay We are currently working on a design that includes a bottom. We are hoping to launch it early next year along with a few other products.


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