While images of the Rock Crawler Bouncer and Ball Pit are great, when you see it in person you will be blown away. We were fortunately to get a first hand look at the Rock Crawler during a photo shot and film session in Winter Haven, FL. Steve Bates, from Black Oak Creative, who invited us to watch the Rock Crawler photo shoot had this to say, "Our company always enjoys creating demand for a product that truly describes it. fun. " This could not sum up our overall impression of the Rock Crawler any better.
The first thing I noticed as the bounce house inflated for the first time was the vibrant Fire Engine Red. The black of the wheels and the roll bar really makes this bouncer stand out. In person, the unit looks much larger then the photos suggest. At 18 'long, 11' wide and 7 'tall, the Rock Crawler is one of the large residential units on the market. Kids enter through the front tire. Once kids climb through the front tire they will find themselves in the ball pit area. The manufacture recommends 500 to 600 balls to fill the ball pit. A nice safety feature is the Velcro enclosure that separates the bounce area from the ball pit. Going through the Velcro enclosure, kids will find themselves in the near 8 'x 8' bounce floor. This is considered an above average size for a bounce floor. To exit the Rock Crawler, kids can slide down the double wide tail gate slide.
Like all residential Blast Zone Inflatables, the Rock Crawler is for kids three and up that weigh under 100 lbs. This bounce houses is rated for up to six kids. Constructed out of X-Weave and Commercial Vinyl Material, this bouncer comes with an industry high ninety day warranty. This unit complies with all CPSIA Regulations and is Phthalate Free.
Make no mistake, this bounce house is no truck, it is a Cadillac. The kids at the photo shoot absolutely loved this bounce house. A special thanks to Steve Bates and his production crew from Black Oak Creative.