Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2020
I’m sorry, but this is flat out dangerous! The concept for the design of the steps/rock climbing needs to be reconsidered. This is the only way the child can get up to the platform, but the “rocks” are WAY TOO SMALL! Not wide enough for them to safely place their foot to climb. Furthermore, the slippery plastic is an accident waiting to happen. If the child slips while trying to negotiate those rocks to the platform they are at risk for hitting their little mouth or chin on the platform edge and injuring themselves. I had to put my grandson’s sneakers on him for safety and still stood right behind him while he played. He tried his best to climb the rocks to the slide platform, but again, the steps were way too small, plastic too slippery, and there is literally NOTHING he could use to pull himself up, or steady himself to navigate the tiny “rocks.” There were a couple other reviews indicating this was not a safe toy. Wish I had listened. By the way, my grandson is almost 18 months old if that helps anyone in their decision to purchase or pass.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not a very safe toy. PLEASE READ!
By MitchK on August 14, 2020
I’m sorry, but this is flat out dangerous! The concept for the design of the steps/rock climbing needs to be reconsidered. This is the only way the child can get up to the platform, but the “rocks” are WAY TOO SMALL! Not wide enough for them to safely place their foot to climb. Furthermore, the slippery plastic is an accident waiting to happen. If the child slips while trying to negotiate those rocks to the platform they are at risk for hitting their little mouth or chin on the platform edge and injuring themselves. I had to put my grandson’s sneakers on him for safety and still stood right behind him while he played. He tried his best to climb the rocks to the slide platform, but again, the steps were way too small, plastic too slippery, and there is literally NOTHING he could use to pull himself up, or steady himself to navigate the tiny “rocks.” There were a couple other reviews indicating this was not a safe toy. Wish I had listened. By the way, my grandson is almost 18 months old if that helps anyone in their decision to purchase or pass.
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