To makes your baby have fun in both indoor and outdoor, this kids play tent is what you need!Tent and tube combo for hours of play - Pieces can be used together or separately - Lightweight kids play house tent can be taken anywhere - indoors or outdoors - Ideal for home, backyard, parks, children's parties and othe events - Fast and easy set-up with no tools required - Durable, washable polyester construction.Great kids play tent for kids, do not miss it!
Other Thoughts:I must say this tent has held up well to my 3.5 year olds abuse. We have had it for 2 years now and it has finally collapsed. My son begs me to get the tent out. My only complaint is it's not the easiest thing to put up. Especially when you have two kids who are trying to climb through it before it's erected. I would highly recommend this tent as long as you don't mind erecting it and taking it down.
Other Thoughts:This is such a great investment! We have had this same model tent for about five years now and my children (7 and now also a 4 year old) love pretending in it. It's great for sleep overs too (only sleeps two). It's a little bulky in size, but set up is sooo easy - literally takes just a minute or less to stick the poles in and tie the top. The kids love to help too. I rated durability a 4 because one of the tension poles did have a piece snap off and now we can't use the tent at all. Prior to that the pocket that holds one of the poles ripped, but this we just pinned with a diaper safety pin. This did happen just fairly recently and it has been played with a lot. [...] They also have a new tent that will sleep 4 children, but it's not available until summer of 2005 so we are considering waiting for this bigger model.
Other Thoughts:My oldest son received this for Christmas when he was about 18 months old. He turns 5 this week, and still adores this tent, as does his younger brother. They love to chase each other by crawling through the circle in the back, and out the front flaps, and they sit inside and play also. My oldest even sleeps in it sometimes, though he's so tall now that his feet stick out of the flaps! He is tall for his age though, so don't let that hinder your decision. It's really meant for play anyway--not necessarily for sleeping. It's very easy to put together and take apart, and I haven't had a single problem with it the entire time we've had it--and I don't anticipate any problems with it in the future.
Other Thoughts:We purchased this tent for our granddaughers third birthday, (we got tired of pulling out the blankets and placing them across tables). It is a perfect size for her, and so far seems very durable. It was a snap to put up, just a couple of minutes. We would recommend this tent without question.
Other Thoughts:This tent is really a good one. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that the top is see-through (a sheer mesh) and in order to make it dark inside I have to cover it with a dark quilt... one of the reasons I bought it was so that I didn't have to use a quilt to make a tent for my daughter! Wish it came with a cover of some sort.
<br/>I also put four 2'x2' foam square mats inside to soften the inside bottom and they fit perfectly!
<br/>My kids love to play in it. It doesn't take up too much room. Right now it's in my dining room but it's going in the playroom we are making for the girls. (The two little girls in the pictures, with their cousin, are mine.) Right now they are the right size for it but when they get older I might buy them the bigger version.
<br/>And I don't see any blue dust anywhere in my house so maybe the nurse who complained about it should write to the company and get a new one.