Crave's in-house dating expert Carolyn McCarthy dispensed some invaluable advice last week regarding the shortcomings of. Following that logic, we assume the same applies to the water as well--specifically, combination pool float-lamps.
The "Aqualibrium Pool Float" would seem to labor under the same misguided principles as the sub-bed lighting apparatus and, worse still, is considerably more expensive. BornRich says it originally listed for $1,000, though it's on apparently on sale now for $400 or $500 depending the color. Which just goes to show that money can't always buy you love.