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Little Tikes Spiralin’ Seas Waterpark

620300 Features: -Spiralin’ seas waterpark. -Splash into hours of fun with the Spiralin’ seas waterpark. -Drop balls down spiral, watching them go round and round and down into the lazy river. -Turn the ferris wheel to scoop up and drops off balls. -Fill the cup and pour into the funnel to power twin water wheels. -Turn the spinner that powers the “lazy river”. -Friendly character balls double as squirt balls. -Includes 5 character balls and 1 fill cup. -Suitable for age 2 years and up. -Made in the USA. -Assembly required.

Product Features

  • Helps develop “put-and-take” and early motor skills
  • Drop balls down spiral, watching them go round and round and down into the lazy river.
  • Turn the ferris wheel to scoop up and drop off balls
  • Fill the cup and pour into the funnel to power twin water wheels
  • Turn the spinner that powers the “lazy river”

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  1. Steve Madden says:

    Well worth the money This water table was purchased for my 5 year-old daughter. She’s Autistic and is rather obsessed with water. Of all the tables on the market, we felt this one offered the most for the price.When I first got the package home, she was ecstatic. She did a happy dance as I set about putting it together. Assembly was fairly easy (although it didn’t go nearly fast enough for her) and she instantly set about sending the balls down the spiral, even without water in the basin. We let her play with it for a time like that, but eventually, she asked for water. Clearly, she’d deduced its true purpose, so we brought it outside and filled it up.She spent the rest of the day playing with it, alternating between the different activities. She mostly ignored the green, twirly thing, but she enjoyed the Ferris wheel and the little gears. Her favorite by far, though, is the spiral.The next day was the real test, as toys often lose their luster rather quickly (sometimes, she casually tosses away a toy in the store she just had to have only a few minutes before). She immediately went to the table, bypassing the swing and trampoline she usually plays with. In her never ending quest to discover new ways to play with her toys, she realized she could put a bucket under the table and pull the plug. Once the bucket was full, she’d put the plug in and fill the table again, only to drain it once more. She amused herself doing that for hours. There you go, Little Tikes, another water feature you can add to the box.Making my daughter happy is one thing, but the true test was when the neighbor girls came over. Aged 3, 5 and 6, they also spent the entire day playing with it. To me, that equals a hit, especially considering our track record for getting toys that rarely get played with.If there are any negatives, it’s that the balls sometimes get stuck in the spiral, but even that has become a fun adventure as my daughter pours a bucket of water down the chute and watches the balls come flying out. I haven’t had any of the problems mentioned by the 1-star reviews, namely the buckling legs. I do suggest not trying to drag the toy when it’s full of water as the legs can bend, but that’s an issue easily avoided.All in all, I’ve paid far more for toys that have made my daughter far less happy.

  2. J says:

    Great water toy! I have a 5 yr. old and an 18 month old. I was looking for a fun water table they both could play with and enjoy while being outside. So far this is a hit and both are enjoying it. I was very pleased with the construction -sturdy and well made. The only bummer was little tykes forgot the screws needed for assembly in my box, but I called them and they were super helpful and are shipping out a set of new ones. You should receive 8 screws and they will be inside the little red cup. Look for them. A random side note – both my kids are super tall and I wondered if the toy would be too low for them. My 5 yr old who is over 48″ tall, plays with it great.

  3. Alicia says:

    Kids love it, but I’m disappointed I have three kids ages 6, 4 and 2. I bought this for the 2-year-old’s birthday and all three love it equally and want to play with it constantly. For that alone, I would give it five stars, but unfortunately the table legs don’t seem to withstand the weight of the water. The sides of the table buckle and the legs begin to slide outward on the grass. Very annoying and because of this I have to empty the table every night so it doesn’t get permanently damaged – huge waste of water! Maybe it would work better on a level surface like the driveway, but I bought it for the back yard so they could play safely without needing me sitting outside with them. We have only used it three times so far so I’m a little scared that it’s not going to last long. The three stars I did give it are because my kids love it so much – sure hope it doesn’t break because they will be devastated.

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