Argos Pop-Up Tent Reviews
Product Type: Argos Outdoor Toy
Description:Brand: Argos / Type: Playhouse / Tents / Features main door with tiebacks, circular entrance with roll-up cover and sewn-in groundsheet for both indoor and outdoor use.
Newest Review: ... flat box which I have never been able to fit it back into! It is super-easy to assemble because it just literally pings into ... more
Customer Argos Pop-Up Tent Reviews (7)
by - written on 31/08/00, updated on 31/08/00 (Very useful, 456 readings)
We brought our son a pop up playtent from a mail order catalogue just over a year ago and he just loves it. It is an action man tent, very safe and well made and he often plays with it for hours, either in his bedroom or out in the garden (weather permitting). He has even slept in it on some nights (in his room). The good thing about these is that they are very real-like and with one twist they are packed away! So something that took up loads of room one minute, has now been slid under the bed or hung up in it's carry case behind the door. I have now seen that they make an assortment of these play tents and they range in price. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
As Baby Frank has been shall we say, rather on the late side to get moving, I am always on the look out for toys and activities to encourage exploration, and well, movement in general. Earlier in the year, I enrolled her in a baby gym class at which there are lots of tents similar to the one pictured with tunnels adjoining and thought that having one at home would be good. After looking around for tents and tunnels and comparing prices, this Argos tent at £10 was a winner as it could be bought with the tunnel for £15 as part of a summer promotion. The tent comes in a surprisingly small, flat box which I have never been able to fit it back into! It is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/00, updated on 03/10/00
My son has just turned one, and we wanted something for him to play with. But also something that would grow with him as he got older. So we went and got a "Pop "N" fun pop up ball house. It is easy to put up and to put away as it is kept in a small bag. When you take it out of the bag, it almost springs open so you haven't got to do much except pull it in to place then it is up. It pops up into the shape of a box. It is brillant also the way it goes from a big box shape big enough for a few kids. Into a very tiny bag when folded down. It is in lovely bright colours, so it attracts the child with the colours to start with. It is in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/00, updated on 29/08/00 (Very useful, 773 readings)
I purchase this for my son's 2nd birthday. It was a complete bargain!!! I picked up one of the Argos sale leaflets and found this pop up tent down from £14 to £7, always one for a bargain I snapped it up. It's lovely and bright, with one side having an entrance, another with a hole to put in one of those play tunnels and a third with a mesh portion in it so that you can still see what your child is up to. It also packs away into a small bag so is really easy to take with you anywhere and is nice and easy to store. It's a nice size and you can easily fit about 4 two year olds in it. I thought it would be a good idea for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
With summer coming along (we hope at least...) we decided to buy our 14 month old son a play tent for use indoors or outdoors (whereby it would provide some shade). Having bought a play house which required the insertion of rods, making it difficult to transport indoors & outdoors, we returned said tent & opted for the Argos pop up tent instead. The tent is very easy to 'pop up' & easy enough to 'pop down' (once you get the knack of folding it), making it ideal for transporting & storing. The material doesn't look the most hardwearing (time will tell on that one), but is sufficient to provide shade outdoors. The colours are bright primary ... Read the complete review
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