New Scientist article Posted January 06, 2018 04:59:52 New Scientist has teamed up with Zero Water, a company that specialises in water slides, to bring you the best water slide rentals available.

The company’s slide rental app offers a range of water slides that can be rented, and includes a water slide rental kit, with water slides available for both the rental and purchase.

In addition, the company offers an online store where you can find the latest water slides and water slides rentals.

To start, visit their website and select your slide rental.

You can rent the water slides for free, or you can purchase them for a fee.

You’ll also get a water sliding kit that includes everything you need to get started, including a water hose, a water gun and water pump, and the rental kit will include a safety blanket.

You don’t have to be a water park fan to rent the slide, and there are plenty of options to choose from.

Here are a few of our favourites.

Water slide rentals at Zero Water’s website, including the new, and currently unavailable, Slide 2.

Photo: Zero Water A water slide at Zero’s website.

Photo by Zero Water Slide 2 is a new water slide that was designed by the Zero Water team.

It’s the second water slide Zero has built, following the first, which was a giant water slide with water jets.

Slide 2 looks like a giant, watery water slide.

Photo courtesy Zero Water The company says it’s a “very special and unique water slide” that’s only available to rent at Zero Waters, but they offer a range on different types of slides, and also have other types of water slide options too.

You won’t be able to rent it for a one-off fee, but you can reserve it as a one day rental for a few weeks, so you can use it for different types.

The price of the slide rental is around $45 per day, and you can also buy it as part of a larger group of slides.

You’re also able to buy slides at other venues, such as The New York Times and the Sydney Opera House, for about the same price.

The slides also come with water spray, but we’d suggest wearing gloves if you plan on taking them outside, because the water spray won’t spray down all the way through the slide.

As a whole, it’s certainly worth checking out if you’re planning on attending a waterpark.

You should also check out their Slide 2, which is now available to view on their website.

Read more on New Scientist.

Read our full review of Zero Water here.