ELC Pop-Up Tent Reviews
Product Type: ELC Outdoor Toy
Newest Review: ... the items is just as easy as putting them up. They take up very little space when folded down, and are easily stored in my ... more
Customer ELC Pop-Up Tent Reviews (6)
by - written on 06/10/05 (Very useful, 1478 readings)
Just this morning my youngest children decided they were going to go on a jungle adventure, so they packed their backpacks with all the essentials they were going to need, sandwiches, fruit shoots, biscuits, torches and then picked up their trusty tents ready for their long trek. They've got two play tents which fit nicely into carry bags, which are ideal for storage and light enough to carry through the jungle that we normally call our front room. After a day exploring and hunting for the lost city under the settee, it was time for their guide (mummy) to help them set up camp for the night (well lunch really). Setting up camp was extremely easy, involving ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/01, updated on 11/05/01 (Very useful, 497 readings)
When I first saw this tent I have got to admit I was warey of it. By looking at the flimsey material i did have second thoughts on how long this item would last. I have to eat my words though as 1 yr later this tent is still in use and my children really really enjoy playing with it. It has been put up and down so many times I have lost count, I have taken it to the beach, and other places as it is really compact when folded and it is light. Also this tent came in its own little bag which I found handy. you can get other play items which attach to this tent, I am also the owner of the play tunnel again from this pop up range. The tent is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I love letting my daughter play out in the garden, but dislike leaving garden toys outside when not in use, as I live on the kind of estate where people will steal anything that isn't nailed down and sell it for drugs. So, when I saw this pop up tent set that could easily be folded down for storage, it seemed like a good idea . Ignore the picture above - ELC have modernised the design of their pop up tents somewhat lately. I paid £30, and got a 3 piece set, a triangular pop up tent, a tunnel, and a cylinder shaped circular tent, which all connect together . There are two colour designs, a rather girly pink one, and a neutral, unisex colour. I opted for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/00, updated on 03/09/00 (Very useful, 657 readings)
We bought this Pop Up House for our daughter (now 22 months) around Easter time, along with a pop-up tunnel which connects to the house through one of the two holes. The whole concept of this is great, as the two toys take up very little space in the shed or garage, unlike many of her other outdoor toys. Both toys are easy enough to pop out, but to pack away, the house is quite difficult to get back into its little bag - you have to experiment with techniques! The whole range of pop up "things" is quite vast, and they are made to connect with each other to make a little village for children to explore in. During the summer, my daughter has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/00, updated on 06/09/00 (Very useful, 80 readings)
What a great buy!!! This tent will keep your kids quiet for ages. It is suitable for 3 years and over and is very very easy to assemble. You literally pull the tent out of it's bag and up it pops. There is a side window with mesh and a cover which either pulls down or can stay up with the attached velcro. The other side has an entrance where you can attach the play tunnel (extra accessory costing 15.00) Very compact to store and can be used indoors or out. Is ideal to take to the beach where older children can get changed in privacy. ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to ELC Pop-Up Tent
ELC Climbing Frame Tent - Compact, Focus for several children at once, Bright, stylish appearance Soon to be discontinuedInstructions could be clearer
ELC Frog Sandpit - kids will love it None
ELC Rainmaker - Not too expensive Needs a little experimentation. Don't give up
ELC Pop Up Goal - good idea small and hard to put away
ELC Straight Slide - Hours of endless fun guaranteed. Nine pounds for a bit of plastic! Ludicrous!
ELC Kangaroo Climber - Great outdoor fun - lots to do! Price - eek!
|More products in Outdoor Toy|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Align T-Rex 450 RC Helicopter|
High quality and very stable
|Beanstalk My First Trampoline & Enclosure|
Space Saving, Good Quality, Low Price
Horredous to Assemble!
|Little Tikes Princess Cozy Coupe|
great fun, durable, cute
a bit pricey
|Born To Play Thomas The Tank Crazy Golf Set|
|ELC Crazy Bowling|
Fully inflatable so easy to set up and pack away
Need a flat surface to play on
|Plum Products Sandbox|
hours of fun play
wobbly structure, thin groundsheet, ill-fitting cover
|Little Tikes Island Adventure Water Table|
Fun Ideas, Bright Colours, Offer Price
Badly and Cheaply Constructed
|Zoggs Seal Flips|
|Tesco Packaway Sand & Water Playtable|
Lots of fun!
Water and sand together = A big mess!
|ELC Egg & Spoon Race|
Cost. Try to get it on sale if you can.