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Little Partners LP00401 Learning Tower, Natural

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  • Wood
  • Nurtures a child's innate desire to be independent and inquisive
  • The 15 x 18 adjustable-height platform adjusts to four different levels.
  • Made from the highest quality layered Birch with a non-toxic, lead-free finish that cleans easily.
  • Fits flush against the average counter top allowing a child to step up safely.
  • Can also be configured and used as a puppet theater, fort, doll house and other fun activities
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Product Information

Color: Brown
Technical Details
Item Weight35 pounds
Product Dimensions39 x 24 x 22 inches
UPC680798004017 680798000040 680798000019
Item model numberLP6807
Material TypeLead Free
Batteries requiredNo
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Best Sellers Rank #3,205 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight38.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: Brown

Sturdy, non-tip construction safely welcomes children as helping participants alongside parents, care givers and siblings by raising them to countertop height. Tower?s four-sided design and roomy platform fosters both child and caregiver?s feelings of security and safety while enabling their desire to be independent and inquisitive. Platform height adjusts quickly and easily to accommodate different aged children. Durable, high gloss finish cleans easily. Tower transforms into an imaginative play space like a puppet theater or fort using the supplied fabric. Others have even used it as a desk or state. Constructed of sturdy hardwood with durable finish. Meets all safety standards for ASTM (F96-30) and home playground equipment(F11-48-98C).

Some assembly required.

Measures 21 1/4"W x 23 1/2"D x 38 1/4"H. Weighs 34 lbs.

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Customer Reviews

The product itself is very well made, assembled easily and is very sturdy.
David Ison
He loves it and it makes us feel better knowing he won't fall, but can stand at the counter and help us or be involved when we are cooking.
Aubrey Abbott
It is a bit pricy but will be worth every penny as it is very sturdy and can be used for many years and many children.
Prairie Stomper

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 111 people found the following review helpful By T. Seggelink on December 16, 2006
Color Name: Brown
This is worth the cost!!!!!!!! I hesitated to buy this because of the price. Finally, my mom decided to buy it for my b/g twins for Christmas. They are 19 months old. This is hands down the single best piece of equipment, furniture, or toy we have for them at this point. They absolutely love being able to watch mommy cook and when I need to occupy them for 10 or 15 minutes, I scoot it up to the kitchen sink and let them play in the water. They can both stand on it at the same time and it is a great lifesaver and ARM saver. Have you ever tried holding twins up to watch you do things in the kitchen? Impossible.

The 6 year old neighbor girl down the street comes over twice a week when her mother works. We adjust the platform and viola! She can help out in the kitchen too! This tells me we're going to get YEARS of use out of this. If my kids use it for the next five years, that means we paid roughly 30-40 dollars a year for it. That's 15 dollars per kid a year. Is that worth it? I think so. My guess is that it will resell quite well, so we'll make some of the money back.

As far as design goes... it's a very well made piece of equipment. The screws are counter sunk and the wood is very good quality. It's nice and heavy and there is no chance of it rocking or toppling. I can't say enough good things about it. The twins climb in and out pretty easily and they love it. I'd recommend this thing to anyone. If you can only afford one high cost item this year, I'd consider buying this.
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112 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Sofia Ramirez Gelpi on June 24, 2011
Color Name: Brown Verified Purchase
It was easy to assemble, and it is made of real wood. This thing can support up to 500 lbs. HOWEVER, if you look at the picture, there are 4 opening that are huge, 17 inches long by 13 inches wide. For our 20-month old toddler, we had the platform all the way up. She sat down on the platform, expecting a back rest, and instead she fell off back first. Thankfully, we had it on the living room carpet to let her have a try, and NOT on a tiled kitchen. The fall, in the kitchen, would have been disastrous. By the way, we were both standing next to her when she fell backwards, so this is not one of those "we were away" or "not looking" situations. Now, my husband knows carpentry, and rather than return the product we will make custom made-back rest to three of the holes, since only one is needed for her to get up, and this is the whole that will face the kitchen counter. I am sure the product would work better with older kids, since the platform, as it goes down, naturally creates a protection gap. When using with an 18 to 24 month old child, we certainly recommend protection for 3 of these holes.
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44 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Amber on July 8, 2010
Color Name: Brown Verified Purchase
-So much fun! We've only had it for two days and my 21 month old is constantly climbing into it. She loves being up high and seeing what's going on. So far we've made muffins, used the counter to eat breakfast off of, and bathed her newborn baby brother on the island together. The first day she spent about 3 hours in it!
-Your kid isn't under foot when you're trying to get stuff done in the kitchen, especially dangerous things like opening the oven door and unloading breakable/sharp items from the dishwasher.
-Because my daughter likes hanging out in it and can see, she's not fussing while I'm trying to work in the kitchen. She used to follow me around with her arms in the air crying "up. up. up." and now she just climbs into the tower. Of course it's great to include your kid in whatever activity you're doing since it is the "learning" tower, but sometimes you just need to get the job done and this allows you to do so. I can accomplish so much now while she's happily playing in it.
-Good, sturdy, material
-The child won't outgrow it for many years
-Looks nice in the kitchen

-My daughter can push it around the kitchen and therefore reach surfaces I'd rather her stay away from. We're going to try putting felt or rubber on the bottom and see if that helps.
-Takes a little practice learning how to get in and out of. My daughter has gotten out on her own a few times, but usually yells for help. She does great getting in, but one time when we had the platform lower she did a face plant and busted her lip. She bends forward onto the platform and just throws her whole body onto it. I'm sure she'll have it figured out in a couple days though.
-Other reviews state that the feet stick out and can be a tripping hazard. According to the manufacturer's website those feet are optional. We left them off and it seems plenty sturdy.
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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Ivy on August 27, 2011
Color Name: Brown
This product was recommended by a Montessori link, and that is why I gave it a try. For the most part, I love it! I get my son to help me cook, mix, wash dishes, and otherwise mingle in all kitchen-related tasks. He learns to help, feels important by contributing to the meal, and also becomes more adventurous in his tastes. He likes to try everything I am working on - and has tasted everything from raw bell peppers, flour, freshly chopped onions (he was not happy about that). It is a lifesaver for all moms trying hard to put a meal on the table with a little one underfoot.

I must complain about the design, however, because it is a serious one: it has four big openings on each side where the whole child can fit (and fall). My boy is 21 months now, in 90th percentile for height and weight, and has fallen twice (he kneeled to pick up something, lost balance, and fell backwards). I was right there, and was able to break his fall, but had I been a few feet away, he would have plopped his head on the tile floor. The second time, he slipped on a piece of tomato he had dropped on the tower floor. I was perfectly aware of the possibility of falling through these openings when I first got the product, so I always kept a foot behind the tower just in case this would happen.

One way we solved this problem was by buying the easel that fits in one of the big openings Little Partners Art Easel - Natural. Then we push the tower against the kitchen cabinets, which takes care of the other big opening. The smaller side openings are less of a concern, but still you need to supervise closely. The easel is a great purchase, especially since it is magnetic.
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