Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2020
Easy to assemble. After reading the reviews, I was nervous it would be wobbly but decided to take a chance on it given the cheaper cost, prime shipping, smaller footprint and easier maneuverability compared to other learning towers. I've since found that it wobbles slightly in some spots in my kitchen but is totally stable in other spots, so it is unclear whether it's the stool's fault or the floor's fault. At any rate, it's certainly stable enough and level enough for my toddler to climb in and out unassisted; he loves it and uses it constantly. It will also be easy to remove the railings at the top once my kid is a bit older, to convert it to a simple stepstool. My only complaint is that the height is exactly level with the countertop, which means it's about 1" too tall to tuck away under the breakfast bar when not in use.
Oh well. Overall recommend if you're looking for a no-frills learning tower that's easy to move around your kitchen and doesn't take up too much space!
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