2pc Adventure Play Tent Kids Dome & Children Tunnel Tube

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2pc Adventure Play Tent Child Kids Dome & Pop Up Tunnel Tube
- The adventure set play tent includes a dome tent, and a pop up tunnel tube tent
- Each component can be used together or separately
- Water proof floor
- Ideal for home, backyard, parks, parties, day care and more
- Comes complete with sturdy poles for quick and easy assembly
- Fast and easy set up/breakdown with no tools required
- Tent folds flat for convenient storage when not in use
- Material: 100% Polyester fabric & Plastic pole
- Dome Tent Dimension in inch: 48” (L) x 48” (W) x 37” (H)
- Dome Tent Dimension in cm: 122cm(L) x 122cm(W) x 94cm(H)
- Tube Tent Dimension in inch: 19” (Diameter) x 73” (L)
- Tube Tent Dimension in cm: 48cm(Diameter) x 185cm(L)

  • Ideal for home, backyard, parks, parties, day care and more
  • Each component can be used together or separately
  • Fast and easy set up/breakdown with no tools required
  • Small size is easy to fit in compact home or kids room
  • Color may vary

2pc Adventure Play Tent Kids Dome & Children Tunnel Tube

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  1. ShannonAnna says:
    18 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not only inexpensive – this is just cheap!, October 28, 2010
    By 
    ShannonAnna (NC) –
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    Durability:1.0 out of 5 stars Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars Educational:1.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: 2pc Adventure Play Tent Kids Dome & Children Tunnel Tube (Toy)

    I’m all for finding inexpensive items – that are still high quality – for my kids to play with because they grow out of different stages so quickly. That was my intent with this. Unfortunately, this turned out to be cheap, low-quality, and worthless. In this case, you don’t even get what you pay for. I’ll be looking for another brand, hopefully on sale, to replace it.

    I got it at CVS, and my kids were excited to see the picture on the box. I pulled out the tunnel, which has ribbons to tie it compactly, and untied it. They began playing with the tube right away while I started setting up the tent. When the first pole snapped, I thought I had maybe done something wrong, so I re-read the directions. I had followed them perfectly. Because the kids were excited and I thought I could fix it, I started again very, very carefully with the second pole. And guess what? It snapped just like the first one. When my husband got home, I showed him what I did and what happened, and he agrees that I did everything correctly. It seems like the poles are just a little too long, which stresses them at the weak points (where they bend initially; these are just like regular tent poles that can connect into one long pole or be stored in segments connected by string, except that unlike tent poles these are cheap plastic).

    I let the kids pay with the tube for a day because I couldn’t get back to the store immediately, and the seams of the vinyl were coming apart in some places – not torn, just not sewn with enough margin in the first place. My kids (a girl 3.5 year old and a boy 19 months old) weren’t rough with the tube; it just wasn’t made well.

    I suppose the old adage, “You get what you pay for” applies here. I don’t even feel like we got that. It’s going back to the store today.

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  2. Mom of special need child says:
    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Cheap plastic poles, September 27, 2010
    By 
    Mom of special need child (California USA) –

    Durability:1.0 out of 5 stars Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars Educational:2.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: 2pc Adventure Play Tent Kids Dome & Children Tunnel Tube (Toy)

    I bought this for our dog because there aren’t many tunnels that are inexpensive. At Bed, Bath & Beyond I used a 20% off coupon for the $20 item. The tunnel pops up and the hard wires aren’t that fun for kids to crawl on but our dog loves it. The tunnel keeps its springiness so you’re better off to store it in the box than tie it down. The tent has a hole where the tunnel is placed. Since the hole is a few inches above the ground any weight in the connecting tunnel can cause it to separate. Our dog ran around the tent a few times (she’s 14 lbs.) and the plastic pole buckled. It’s cheap for a reason. Save your money and don’t buy this unless you want a cheap agility tunnel for your small dog to practice in.

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