Giga The Knights Tower Kids Play Tent (5 x4-Feet x 50-Inch(H))

June 26, 2017 - Comment

Knights Tower Product Features Tt is made in bright playful colors, It can be used both indoor and outdoor The free standing design allows this play tent to be set up on hardwood and vinyl floors Easy set up no tools required , everyone in the family will love this castle, makes a great gift

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Knights Tower

Product Features

  • Tt is made in bright playful colors, It can be used both indoor and outdoor
  • The free standing design allows this play tent to be set up on hardwood and vinyl floors
  • Easy set up no tools required , everyone in the family will love this castle, makes a great gift
  • Its 2 large windows provide excellent views and ventilation, and have roll down covers to give privacy.
  • 2 large sky lights provide light inside as well as a way for the parents to look inside , Cleans very easy just wipe with damp cloth and mild soap.

Comments

MonkeyPants says:

Great tent! Just a bit tough to assemble. My son loves this tent! Since we put it up a week ago, he’s spent a lot of time in it with his picture books and stuffed animals. He’s just shy of three feet tall and can walk through it easily. He can also work the zippered “door” easily on his own. Dad and I can also sit in the tent with just enough room to spare for him. 

Herekittykitty says:

Granddaughter loved it! Purchased for our granddaughter, who is 10 yrs old…she loves to camp and play house…being that it is so portable she could play in the house and also take it in the back yard…there was plenty of room for her and her friends…they have such fun playing house and camping and sleeping in it in the house….they play on there iPads and watch tv and eat in it….Great times!

sarah leachman says:

Flimsy tent. Not worth it! my son obviously loved this thing once we got it up and going but this tent is not meant for indoors. It needs to be staked down into the ground to actually stay put and be sturdy, otherwise it could be dangerous with the rods buckling from underneath. Also the top rods to keep the tent propped open are very dingy. One wrong move and they will move out of place and down goes half the tent! Not worth the $41. Returned it

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