SportsStuff Gyro Tube
SportsStuff SportsStuff inflatable tubes for on-water tubing fun
  • SportsStuff Gyro Tube

SportsStuff Gyro Tube

SportsStuff Gyro With Rope is a single person tow tube that is bullet shaped tube to send the tube and rider into a spin with a good turn of the boat. Its swivel system allows the Gyro tube to roll over and over with the rider inside. Clear PVC panels provide visibility, handles provide security and a swivel provides a wild ride. (2k Tow Rope Included)
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  • Inflated Height: 56in Inflated Length: 38in Inflated Width: 38in
  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder
  • Speed Safety Valve
  • Single Chamber Inflation
  • Reinforced Swivel Action Tow System


BRAND: SportsStuff
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SportsStuff Gyro Tube

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Definitely Different

By 100%Pyro

from Chicago, IL (but I dock in Neenah, WI)

About Me Recreational Rider


  • Easy To Inflate
  • Fun To Use
  • Quality Construction


  • Bad Handles
  • Low visibility inside

Best Uses

  • Flat Water
  • Rough Water
  • Single Rider

Comments about SportsStuff Gyro Tube:

To correct the other review, this is NOT the Sumo Tube. This Gyro Tube is actually quite fun to use *IF* you can get it spinning. It takes some practice to be the driver, but once it's on the outside of the wake, cut the turn harder and accelerate. Keep in mind the faster you go, the faster it spins, the harder the rider will hit the water if they cannot hold on. It will dribble your head like a basketball. Watch where your head is with respect to your hands; you *will* punch yourself. The spin is controlled by the driver, who should have enough sense to slow down or pull out of a turn to allow the rider to regain their composure. A waverunner/jetski is easier to use than a boat (so I've noticed) due to its increased maneuverability. I would personally not recommend this to be used by children under 14. All in all, it can be fun with the right combination of riders and drivers.

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