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Little Tikes EasyStore Large Slide


Price: $199.69 + $17.49 shipping
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Ships from and sold by Collectable Racing Books.
  • Five foot long slide
  • Slide "unlocks" and folds for compact storage in garage, basement or outdoor shed.
  • Wide steps and base for stability
This item’s packaging will be visible when delivered and cannot be gift-wrapped.
$199.69 + $17.49 shipping Only 2 left in stock. Ships from and sold by Collectable Racing Books.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 66 x 38 x 38 inches ; 26 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 26 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00030EPJO
  • Item model number: 4578
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 24 months - 6 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #221,261 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

A super-fun kids sliding board that is the perfect size for outside or inside. This kid's slide has been designed to fold for easy storage.Must be placed on soft play surfaceNote The pakaging this Endless Adventures Easy Store Large Slide ships in reveals its' contents.Assembly Yes

From the Manufacturer

This 5 foot long slide "unlocks" and folds for compact storage in the garage, basement or outdoor shed. Wide steps and base for stability.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very sturdy and fun!
Rhonda Gonzales
Little Tikes end of the slide has a slight lift, but my nieces and daughter would still fall forward on a fast slide down.
WDEJ's Mom
A nice feature is that it folds up and can be stored in the storage area beneath our stairs.
I. Lopez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

152 of 153 people found the following review helpful By WDEJ's Mom on April 20, 2010
My brother has had this Little Tikes EasyStore Large Slide for quite a few years now, with his 3 daughters using it all summer long. It has held up very well and all his girls still love it. (Ages are 7, 4, and 2.) In the summer months, they will put the end of the slide in a little pool for some water fun. The slide is very stable and large enough for even their very tall 7 year old.

While I really liked this slide, I had been comparing it to the Step2 Naturally Playful Folding Slide and trying to see which was better based on reviews. Very difficult as they are very much the same.

I ended up ordering the Step2 version and I'm very happy with it. There are a few differences that I have noticed.

Little Tikes stability wings at the bottom of the stairs is somewhat flat, but enough for little ones to trip when not paying attention racing to the stairs. The Step2 version has angled wings that have to be put together with the staircase with a couple of screws - it says to screw them in with a screwdriver, but I was unable to do this. The wings slide on and stay there unless you lift up the slide to move it, but I'll leave putting the screws in to my mechanically inclined husband so I don't wreck it.

Little Tikes steps seemed to give a little more than my Step2 slide. This may be due to the fact that my brother's Little Tikes version is a few years old and my Step2 is brand new, I'm not sure.

Little Tikes top of the stairs handle is a little shorter than the Step2 version, but not a big deal.

Little Tikes slide has a slight curve/bump in the slide halfway down, while the Step2 version has the curve/bump right at the beginning.
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61 of 64 people found the following review helpful By S. Yaguma on April 7, 2006
Added March 2008:
We've had the slide now for nearly 2 years, and my son still gets on from time to time. He actually likes to watch tv while sitting on the top of it (we keep it indoors in a "play" room).
Since my review seems to bubble to the top (thanks to the kind reception of the readers), I just want to say that it appears Little Tikes listened to our complaints and finally decided to include a metal rod instead of a plastic one. From the most recent reviews, it seems that the installation issues are now things of the past.

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First, I agree w/ the "good fun if you make it past the assembly stage" comments from the other reviewers. That's all been said, so I'd like to offer some of my personal assembly tips for new buyers.

IMPORTANT: By straying from the printed instructions, there is the chance that you can do unexpected damage to the toy (or in a more direct manner, use my suggestions at your own risk).

Here's what the instructions (just pictures, no words) say you should have to begin the assembly adventure:
1. Goggles (!)
2. Hammer
3. Wood block
4. Pencil (to help w/ the threading of the plastic tube)

Additional items that I recommend:
1. Sand paper (100 or 120 is good)
2. Screwdriver (in place of the pencil)
3. Several wood blocks (enough to level the toy for hammering on the second red cap)

The plastic tube is like a brand new wood pencil (best analogy I can come up with right now). Imagine trying to hammer that pencil into a hole that is precisely the diameter of the pencil. Most likely, you'll shatter the pencil on the first hit. Now imagine sharpening that pencil and trying again.
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52 of 57 people found the following review helpful By David on December 28, 2005
Absolutely the worst toy to assemble that I have ever encountered. As with other purchasers of this awful awful slide, getting the tube through and the caps to stick on was nearly impossible. I did succeed, but only after significant contortions and more than a few curse words. I've never cursed over putting together a toy. Never. Even the bike from China with the poorly translated instructions were easier than this.

Little Tikes, here's a few suggestions:

1. Don't ask the customer to hammer the end of a pliable plastic tube in order to jam it into a cap and then expect the tube to remain straight enough to thread through six holes.

2. Spend the $0.50 and provide the stupid wooden block.

3. Change the order of assembly so that first thread the tube of frustration, then cap it on both sides, then attach the stairs. Trust me, it would have been easier that way.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Nitkad on April 14, 2007
I agree with all who complaint about the assembly. It is one of the worst product to assemble. Little tikes should add a metal rod and some other type to lock the bolt.

One other problem is that it throws off the the baby if the clothing is slippery.

And also, is very narrow and does not provide enough spae for the child to position properly before sliding down.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Momof2awsomeboys on May 31, 2006
My boys love this slide! We originally had the smaller easy store slide but my oldest out grew it so we bought the bigger one. It is very durable and easy for my 2 year old to climb. It was a bit of a challenge to put together but doable. It took about 20 minutes to get everything to fit together. It was very worth the time though since my boys have had hours of fun on it!
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