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What is the best play tent?

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jennifersofia Sat 11-Jun-05 12:22:41

Anyone have any favourites? Ability to hold itself up without sagging and something that doesn't take a PhD to fold would be an advantage.
TIA

Twiglett Sat 11-Jun-05 12:43:06

sorry ours has the former quality but I'm afraid you do need a phd to fold it down

jennifersofia Sat 11-Jun-05 12:45:37

Thanks anyway Twiglett - I was going to buy a nice pinky stripy one from Gap but when it took two sales people 20 minutes and they still couldn't fold it, I decided to leave it!
Anyone else?

Ameriscot2005 Sat 11-Jun-05 12:48:29

Ikea has good play tents. I bought one for about a fiver a few months ago.

Orinoco Sat 11-Jun-05 22:29:28

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tab Sun 12-Jun-05 11:04:16

I just bourght a play tent for a friend's child - 3rd birthday from Sainsbury's. Its a pop up tent with a window and a couple of flaps/doors. It was an instant hit and everyone wanted to play with it. I suppose about 4 toddlers fitted in it although they might have been sitting on top of each other! It cost £14 I think. Not bad I thought- you dont have to assemble it and I presumed that it was just like one of those play tunnels that you just have to squash to flatten when you need to put it away. Hope this helps.

Kidstrack2 Sun 12-Jun-05 11:24:08

A friend of mine swears by the ikea tent, it has done her four kids and at the time cost her 9pounds, I think its on sale at times for 5pounds. I have the tent set with tunnel from elc and takes me ages to fold it all down but I suppose the kids love it.

oooggs Sun 12-Jun-05 21:29:48

I have the fortress in blue from adsa with tunnel that also attaches £15. They also do a gingerbread cottage in pink. Very impressed

vickiyumyum Sun 12-Jun-05 21:36:05

my only advice is avoid the elc pop up ones they are a nightmare to pack away. so much so that in a very bad pmt strop last year i threw it in the dustbin because i couldn't fold it up to get it back into the bag!

Surfermum Sun 12-Jun-05 21:38:34

DD had the Asda gingerbread house for her birthday. It's really easy to put up and down.

charliecat Sun 12-Jun-05 21:47:27

theres a fire engine popup at b + q that looks good...cant vouch for it though.

jennifersofia Sun 12-Jun-05 23:29:28

Lots of avenues here - thanks ladies!

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