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Cons - - The holes for the head, fins and feet are a little snug. This is probably necessary because it inflates, but does create challenges if you have a large neck or wrists (the ankle holes are ok). - Visibility is challenging and it either fogs up or is wrinkled a bit too much. I don't know if it's the material, but it would be nice if the viewing window was a little better made. - Getting in and out of it pretty much requires help. The zipper isn't very large, so if you are tall (or even average height) you may struggle some. - There's no way to use your fingers or be able to eat/drink while in it. Some inflatable costumes at least have detachable gloves or ways that would make it convenient for this. This one does not. Trying to manipulate the zipper with blow up fins is not practical.
Overall, it's fun. It's something I think would be neat to run down the street in or make an entrance with, but probably not great for parties or any long term wear.
This is very cool but not practical. There are no holes for hands so kids have to grasp things with fins, the clear plastic fogs up making it hard to see, and the legs constrict the ability to walk up steps. It was as described and worked well but my son took it off after about five houses of trick or treating due to the above limitations.
The see through plastic mouth quickly fogged up which made it impossible to see out of whole out at night Trick-or-treating. Dangerous when out trick-or-treating, you can’t see traffic in rural areas with no sidewalks. Very hard to walk in due to the short legs.
This product might be good for an indoor costume party.