“ Brand: Chad Valley „
We bought my daughter the pink version of this ball pit for Xmas. (She is 11 months old)
The ball pit was much bigger than I expected, it is in a pop up tent style so once opened you just place 4 plastic rods inside some velcro pockets to give the ball pit some structure. the top and bottom ring surrounding of the pit are also a little firmer to keep shape.
The pit is made with a thin plastic base and surrounding, so it's best used on a carpeted area so that your baby has some cushioning underneath for when they inevitably throw themselves around in the pit!
Argos sell corresponding bags of balls to go with the ball pit, a multicoloured bag of 100 balls, or a set of pink and sky blue balls for the pink ball pit. As I mentioned earlier the ball pit is a lot bigger than I expected, and in the argos catalogue it showed a child covered in the plastic balls, the ball pit was full. One bag of 100 balls doesn't even cover the bottom of the pool, it looked very sorry. We bought one extra bag as that is all we could afford, but if you are looking to fill the ball pool like they would have in a childrens play area, for one ball pit you would probably need about 500-800 balls. So it becomes quite a costly present!
The ball pit can be folded away in a twisting method to flatten it back down for storage, but at the minute ours is just a permanent addition to the living room!
Lovely toy but just be away how many bags of balls you would need to make it look half decent.