Little Tikes First Slide Kids Toddlers Children Outdoor Playground Fun
2015 08 05 Little Tikes First Slide – 2nd Birthday Reaction
Little tikes first slide, red/blue! how to assemble
Little Tikes First Slide Review – Amazon Best Seller!
Little Tikes First Slide from MGA Entertainment
REVIEW: Little Tikes First Slide – how to assemble!
Little Tikes First Slide Baby Playing with Toys
Our little guy cracks up using the Little Tikes First Slide
Violet playing with her new Little Tikes First Slide and her old ball pit.
Little Tikes First Slide unboxing + Review
Amazon Price: $34.99 $28.56 You save: $6.43 (18%). (as of July 21, 2018 6:52 am –
Nothing says fun like a Little Tikes First Slide! This Little Tikes kids slide is just the right size for your little one. It folds and unfolds in seconds, which makes it easy to store. This plastic slide promotes fitness, balance and coordination. Features: – No tools required for assembly! – Handrails snap into place – Steps remove without tools for compact storage and moving – Kids can use the slide inside or outside – Must be placed on soft play surface – Assembly Required! – Ages 18 months to 6 years – Weight limit: 60 lbs From the Manufacturer This Little Tikes kids slide is just the right size for your little one. It folds and unfolds in seconds. Promotes fitness, balance and coordination.
Great for a ball pit
Great for a ball pit, just high enough to barely fit over the top rail of this pool. CONS: they say it’s foldable, but in order to fold it, you have to take it apart so a bit misleading.
My baby, who just turned one, was so excited to get this. Soon she saw it she tried to walk up the slide. She soon learned the right way to go, but she still prefers trying to go up the slide first. Its very simple to put together and store. Even my seven year old wanted to try to slide down it. Its a great slide for beginners and worth the money.
Perfect slide for the perfect price.
Looking at the pictures of this slide, the plastic looks cheap and thin so I was really nervous getting it. The only reason I did is because most of the reviews are really good and there’s a reason why! This slide is perfect.
At first I was a little worried because some of the reviews state that the sides/arms come off easily. I was even more disappointed when I received it and mine was doing the EXACT same thing, arms coming completely off when the baby was trying to use it. BUT!!! I had it on wrong, as I suspect most parents did at first, and once I pressed down SUPER HARD and it clicked in (okay, I actually had my husband do this part), there was no slipping out again!! I hope this helps with anyone having this issue. It really did seem like it was clicked in and together the first time, but it goes down even further and really is sturdy after that.
Great slide, handles popping off due to not being put together properly
We purchased this slide from target for our sons first birthday. He and his 97th percentile 5 year old brother LOVE this slide. We live in Michigan and it has been great to keep them active inside while it is freezing outside. Our 1 year old figured it out immediately and although he tried giving me several heart attacks while he figured out how to get his feet under him and slide down, he figured it out after about a day and a half and I don’t feel like I have to be right next to him while he plays on it. It is rather tall, my one year old is in the 95th percentile for height and it is taller than him. There have been several complaints about the hand rails falling off. I thought the same thing when I put it together, however my husband walked over and gave them a good pound with his palm and we havnt had any problems with them coming off. They are just a little hard to get in properly. Over all this is a great slide both of my boys really enjoy.
but this slide has been so much fun over the past year that when I saw it …
I rarely write reviews, but this slide has been so much fun over the past year that when I saw it while Christmas shopping this year, it made me smile and I decided to write a review. I purchased this slide last year as a Christmas present for my grandsons who were 18 months, and 2 1/2yrs. We put a big mat at the bottom and they enjoyed it inside the house. However, this summer we took it outside and placed the bottom inside a plastic swimming pool, They LOVED it. We have an in-ground pool at our home, but there is no shade and the kids cannot swim, so I put this slide and a plastic pool on an indoor/outdoor rug close to big pool, then put a canopy over it and the little kids spent hours and hours playing in it this summer. I buy so many products from Amazon and tons of things for my grandsons, but this is by far the one item they have really enjoyed. Now that its gotten colder, I brought the slide and pool into the garage and filled the pool with balls, so they can enjoy it this winter too.
Great gift! Sturdy and fun!
If I could give this more stars… I would. We purchased this for our 12 month old for Christmas. Highlight of his day! While he doesn’t understand the steps.. He enjoys climbing up the red slide and sliding down on his belly!!! This is a pretty sturdy slide as long as you make sure it’s on a flat surface. The arms tend to pop up once in a while, so be sure to make check the few interlocking points before allowing a little one to use. As my son cannot use it alone yet, an adult is always with him. I would recommend adult supervision until your child can climb and fall like a pro!
Great slide, but feel seller should change some of the language regarding the slides "folding" storage
My daughter loves this slide and we use it primarily in doors. We take it out on the weekends and her eyes light up and she will spend hours climbing and sliding. The slide is well built, feels sturdy, and breaks down to take up very little space when not in use. My knock against the product though is I feel they sort of mis-represent the method/mechanism for storing the slide. IT’s written pretty vaguely and in such a manner that I at least expected this to be a hinged or folding design which is not the case. Rather the “steps” have to be pulled OUT of the slide then once removed from the slide they flip over and are essentially “stored” against the backside of the slide. Is this the end of the world? not nearly, but the description provided in the listing is in my opinion inconsistent with the actual process. The listing says “folds down without tools”, there is literally ZERO folding, rather it should read “the slide easily brakes down without tools, the stairs once removed from the slide easily store under neath it for convenient storage”. There would be no misinterpreting that. It doesn’t make this a bad slide I just feel like its being represented as something it’s not which is a slide that stores quickly and easily rather then a slide which can be essentially disassembled for storage.
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