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Bought this a little over a year ago.
My 2 year old likes this very much.
My wife likes it even more.
Picked this up last time around. Our 1.5 year old love it, but the cats love it more. Often we'll come out in the morning to find it moved several meters.
When it was offered during the last woot-off it sold out in less than an hour.
Here it was in may and it sold out before lunch time.
Unless woot bought an insane ammount I'm predicting the same thing this time around.
Here is young Kaedyn playing with their ultimate safari maze.
And Jayce absolutely loves it too
pammon wrote:Picked this up last time around. Our 1.5 year old love it, but the cats love it more. Often we'll come out in the morning to find it moved several meters.
I don't have kids, but as soon as I saw it I was tempted to buy if for my cats.
Too bad this doesn't have a 4th cube and tube. Then you could make a closed maze, and use it as a holding pen without your kid knowing it.
I think I'll get one for the cat.
I bought one of these used off Craigslist for $25 and counted myself lucky. I used it at a library playgroup I started for parents of babies/toddlers and it was a HUGE hit. They just went around and around, playing peek-a-boo, etc. If you have crawling through toddler age kids to entertain, worth every penny.
rac1189how wrote:I don't have kids, but as soon as I saw it I was tempted to buy if for my cats.
Do it, I got it for our dogs. I forget the brand we had last time but it was a friends used 1 that the dogs had for 10 or more years.Theyre gunna have a blast and my wife will be pls'd when she sees the printed order in the mornin'. :D
*blink* Habitrail. For my toddler. Hmmm. Takes a lot of floor space? Stay together well or am I going to be putting it back together every 5 minutes?
I got three sets on the last sale in May. There are other versions from the same brand that are also compatible. In fact, I wish some of those went on sale instead of the EXACT SAME ONE again.
In any case, if you have young kids or free roaming pets, these are great entertainment for them. Sold out quick last time too.
In for 1 for the kitty. Hopefully the reconfigurability will stave off her easy-boredom a bit.
I have one made specifically for cats. The holes are a bit smaller and there are little toys that hang down from the ceilings of the cubes.
The cat didn't like it at first but I put some crinkly paper in the bottom and then she went in and made that her permanent home.
Bought this last time and we just recently opened it up and started playing with it. Excellent toy. Easy to set up, take down and store. We mostly play with it in the backyard on the grass because we have hardwood floors. One set is sufficient for one child but now that we have two kids, may have to get another set or two and create a super maze in the backyard. It's big enough for me to fit in it, but my husband's shoulders are too wide.
This looks like this is the good nylon kit instead of the crap Tyvek kit. We have a bigger set of these. Kids love them, but they do commandeer the entire room when set up.
I bought this the last time on woot and the one setback... I didn't realize that the bottoms of the boxes are also open so you can't effectively fill them up with plastic balls and use them as a ball pit.
Not planning on buying one. But the story was really great. At least in my opinion.
I'm excited! Just bought and now I can add to my Thomas tent, Lightening Car and rainbow tube - the upstairs is going to be covered in tents and mazes! The kids are going to love it from my 1 year old to 8 year old neighbor at least!
You can always buy two!
mjc613 wrote:Too bad this doesn't have a 4th cube and tube. Then you could make a closed maze, and use it as a holding pen without your kid knowing it.
I think I'll get one for the cat.
I don't have kids, but I did buy this for the cat. I may regret it when I hear crashes in the night as he moves it around the floor...
I got this last time around, it is still sitting under the kiddo's bed waiting for her birthday. I cannot wait to open it up and let her have at it! She will be two.
I bought this the last time it was offered, and we have had a great time with this set. I have a 2 year old and an 8 year old, and they both have fun with connecting the tunnels to the 'houses' and creating play spaces. It has taken some abuse really well, no tears or anything, and once I figured out the velcro (I am very sleep deprived, so might be easier for others) it was a snap. Found the dog sleeping in one of the cubes, too. I like the large openings in the cubes, and the fact that you can really create any setup you want - the 8 year old had a great time desigining the tunnels and cubes. Gave me some time to rest - they played together without fighting for quite a while. I was impressed with how large this is when set up, and it all really does fit back into the bag - which we need for our small house.
I bought one of these with the last woot for my 1-year-old's birthday party. It was a huge hit! Kids from 1-4 loved it. My son goes crazy for it when we get it out. We usually put it up outside since we have a small house, but it will fit in my small living room.
We travel with it since it folds up so small (it comes with a bag and barely takes up space in the trunk and could easily fit in a suitcase).
My husband hates when I buy things because they take up too much space, but this is one he approves of since my son loves it and it doesn't clutter up the house.
We did buy one for our cat...
taraxgoesxboom wrote:We did buy one for our cat...
I'd love pics of the cat playing with it, but then I'm a sucker for cat pics.
Bought Last time as well. This set is enjoyed by my daughter but we reserve taking it out until there is a playmate here. After that, its hands off parenting for 2-3 hours!
Bought two of these last time. Good fun. My almost 5 year old and 3 year old have a blast with the tunnels. They do take up quite a bit of room, but because they're so easy to set up and put away it isn't an issue. The kids have fun which gives me some time to get some housework done. Everyone wins.
This looks totally cool. I just bought the Tent/Tunnel for my 20 month old that woot offered recently. It is great fun but HUGE! I am tempted to take it down and put this up
I got this for my 3 year old the last time it was on Woot. She loves it, but it does take up lots of space, so we can't leave it up all the time. Which is great because it's new and fresh to my daughter every time we bring it out. Her favorite is making Mommy and Daddy sing "Pop goes the weasel" over and over again and popping out of the top of a cube at the appropriate moment...
This take up almost zero space when stored. It will connect to almost any other brand of pop-up. I have several versions/brands of this, and make an obstacle course in the back yard for all the kids in the neighborhood. Fantastic fun for all.
eXonerator wrote:Not planning on buying one. But the story was really great. At least in my opinion.
I agree. Really, REALLY good. Put a lump in my throat.
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