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Wed Jan 11 00:00:00 MST 2012gail9082 Rating:5.0
My grandson loved it, and we have wondrful pictures with him playing in it. love the color also
Thu Feb 13 00:00:00 MST 2014judithcarl Rating:5.0
My grandsons are having a ball with this tent. They are 2 & 4.
Thu Dec 19 00:00:00 MST 2013juliewp Rating:5.0
Purchased for a church nursery. Mostly one & 2 year olds. The kids absolutely love it . They are extremely rough with it and it has been jumped on, rolled, pulled, and otherwise abused with no breaking or tearing yet...they did bend one of the poles but it bent right back. Some of the older kids come in early to play in it also...can hold 10 year olds without any problems. Great product!
Wed May 09 00:00:00 MDT 2012ram001 Rating:5.0
We purchased this little tent for our grandson. It's perfect for his pretend camping indoors. He also uses it while camping outdoors with mom and dad. It provides a sense of independence setting up his own tent. The sturdiness of this little tent gives him his own space to rest and play. Everyone commented about how colorful the tent is and yet very practical. Great addition for your family camping needs.
Fri Jan 01 00:00:00 MST 2010julieaz Rating:3.0
My kids love the tent, although, it came with a rip in the top of it (not a big rip) just a litte upsetting. Not constructed very well.
Fri Jan 08 00:00:00 MST 2010star9 Rating:5.0
I bought this tent for my 17 month old grandson and he loves it! It's much roomier than I thought it would be and he loves going in there along with his 5 year old brother. The only "negative" is that it will tip over if the child stands up and pushes on it from insde. However, after doing that just once, he seemed to catch on that you have to sit while inside. I would definitely recommend this for any age pre-schoolers.
Fri Jan 15 00:00:00 MST 2010rednhed Rating:5.0
I highly recommend this tent. It is very easy to set up. It pops right up when you take it out of the zippered storage bag. My 2.5 year old and her friends love it. I like that it has a floor so that you can toss toys in it to hide them quickly. We did have trouble folding it at first. I went out the the manufacturer's website (Gigatent) and watched a short video on how to fold it. Now it is a snap. It appears to be very durable. Even our St. Bernard enjoys hanging out in it.
Wed Jul 27 00:00:00 MDT 2011shurn1 Rating:5.0
Arrived in a timely manner; quality was good, easy to assemble; grandkids loved it!
Sun Apr 20 00:00:00 MDT 2014julze29 Rating:4.0
Nice tent for the price. Material is really thin and I ripped it a little putting it together but isn't noticeable.
Fri Jan 06 00:00:00 MST 2012abk1497 Rating:5.0
My 4 year old was very excited to receive this. It is quite large - I can pretty much stand up inside it. She put her play kitchen and food inside it, with a kid-sized table and chairs on the patio. The only thing I think could have been better designed is the "stands" for the poles over the awning. They are just round thin foam disks and although they provide some stability, I think they would be a bit more sturdy if they were thicker.
Sun Mar 21 00:00:00 MDT 2010glm1 Rating:5.0
Our 3 year old grandaughter loved her personal getaway. It is just the right size. She likes to bring many of her other toys and books in there with her. Only problem was she wanted to have Mom or Dad in there and didn't want them to leave.
Thu Jan 12 00:00:00 MST 2012lapepina Rating:5.0
My granddaughters are loving it. It is perfect for up to 9 years old . A little too small for the 11 year old.
Fri Oct 09 00:00:00 MDT 2009melinstar Rating:4.0
This is a great play tent, sets up instantly right out of the box. Instant hit, too, with the 1 year olds, and I'm sure for several years to come. Large enough for several kids to play at once, and full-size adults can sit comfortably in it as well. Only problem--the instructions are worthless on how to fold it back up. We still haven't figured it out (although we haven't really tried too hard). We purchased plastic balls to transform it into a ball pit.
Wed Jan 06 00:00:00 MST 2010jwilk3 Rating:5.0
We were very pleased with this play tent...it was easy to put together and take apart. We bought this as a Christmas present ...my four year old and one year old love it! They play in this tent for hours. We looked at several play tents and this was the only one that actually looked like a house which was exactly what my kids wanted. I would def recommend this to others....great gift!
Tue Oct 20 00:00:00 MDT 2009cruzerpat Rating:2.0
I was able to put this together without any instructions but it was not easy. The sticks that go thru the plastic tent, which are use to keep it up are very flimsy and not very bendable, so when you are putting it together, you have to be careful that they don't snap and break apart. Not my best purchase. Save your money.
Sat Jan 04 00:00:00 MST 2014grammylag3 Rating:1.0
I purchased this tent for my five year old granddaughter who takes very good care of all her toys. This play tent did not last a day. The poles were very thin and brittle. They snapped before Christmas Day was over. I would never purchase anything from this company again. There is no quality to their product. I had one disappointed granddaughter Christmas night.
Sat Jan 09 00:00:00 MST 2010rjc12357 Rating:5.0
My Granddaughter plays in htis non stop.
Sat Jan 02 00:00:00 MST 2010miameemaw Rating:5.0
The castle play tent was absolutely perfect ... coloring was rich and true ... assembling was easy. And most important of all, my granddaughter loves it and has already spent a great deal of time enjoying it since Christmas. A really great deal.
Mon Jan 04 00:00:00 MST 2010leemichelle Rating:4.0
Great buy! My daughter loves it and plays in it all the time.
Fri Jan 03 00:00:00 MST 2014hotredharley Rating:5.0
I bought this for my nieces and nephews for Christmas and they loved it!
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