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Step2 WaterWheel Activity Play Table

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  • Wide receptacle funnels water over spinning wheel, into inner and outer harbors
  • Molded-in sections create moats, lakes, canals, and harbors
  • Elevated design makes play accessible while keeping children out of the dirt and mud
  • 4-piece accessory set with boats, cup, and water wheel tower
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Step2  WaterWheel Activity Play Table + Munchkin Five Sea Squirts + Nuby Splish Splash Stacking Bath Cups, 5 Count
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 10.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.7 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: B000641DPQ
  • Item model number: 753800
  • Our recommended age: 12 months - 4 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 months - 5 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,964 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (866 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The falling water action from this Waterwheel Play Table encourages creative exploration with cause and effect learning. This imaginative water play center encourages hours of outdoor fun. Pour water into the wide funnel, and activate the water wheel which then spills into the inner and outer harbors. Two molded-in sections function as canals, boats, lakes, harbors and more. An elevated design keeps water at toddler level and also keeps ground dirt clear of water and mud from forming on children's feet. It accommodates up to three children to encourage group play.The four piece accessory set includes: one cup, two sailboats, and one water wheel tower. Features decorative molded-in fish designs on legs. It can holds up to four gallons of water.

From the Manufacturer

Falling water brings interactive excitement to play time! The WaterWheel play table includes boats, a waterwheel, and a cup for pouring, all in an elevated design that keeps children as clean as possible while still encouraging creative water play.

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Customer Reviews

My 2&1/2 year old absolutely LOVES this table.
He loves to splash in the water, play with the boats, the water wheel,the cup, etc.
It's a great way to keep her busy playing and having fun.
Liz Grace

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

298 of 311 people found the following review helpful By Tiare Sol on November 27, 2005
We have owned this water play table for nearly siz months, and its play value has not decreased at all. It is short enough that our 16 month old has always been able to participate comfortably, and interesting enough that it still attracts my 4 and 6 year old children as well.

The water wheel is great fun, and the children love scooping water into its reserve to make it spin. The two levels of the table give the children individual play space if two children are playing. Now that winter is approaching, I look forward to adding sand instead of water to the table. I appreciate the easy-to-open plugs built into the basin, as it makes it easy to remove water (or sand). The toy, though sturdy, is also lightweight enough for an adult to pick up and simply pour water out, if desired. Children cannot, however, easily move or turn the table over.
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206 of 217 people found the following review helpful By Emily's Momma on June 5, 2006
I recently purchased the water wheel table after looking at just about every kind available. Although I originally wanted a sand/water combo, I'm glad that I went with the water-only version. My 21-month-old is not known for sticking with one activity for very long, but she seems to love this toy.

Though we haven't had the table for long, I am very glad I didn't spend more on the larger combo tables.

Here are the pros:

~ Extremely easy to assemble. Absolutely no tools required and assembly, from box to completion, took less than 5 minutes.

~ Very light-weight and compact. The table is easy for an adult to lift (without the water) but it is still sturdy enough for a toddler. While this table is more compact than many on the market, it will accomodate 2-3 toddlers quite easily.

~ Less messy than combo tables. No sand to mix for a muddy mess.

~ Comes with water wheel, cup and two sail boats.

Here are the Cons:

~ Mine does not appear to have a plug. No leaks this way, but a bit harder to drain. However it is small enough that an adult can easily tip it over for cleaning.

~ No cover. This is my only real complaint. If a cover had been included, this would be ideal. However, the compact size makes it easy to drain and fill, so the lack of cover isn't really a big deal.

~ The water wheel is not attached and can be knocked over pretty easily. Not a big deal, but something to note.

~ The toys are just okay. I'll be adding more.

Overall, I found the water wheel table to be a good value, particularly if you want a more compact water table that is easy to assemble, move and store.
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95 of 101 people found the following review helpful By BeachMom on March 24, 2011
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There are already so many great reviews on this product, so I just wanted to add two comments:
1. As many of the other reviews noted, this doesn't always seem to come equipped with a drain plug. I don't know how some reviews say they have this feature, but the one I just purchased definitely does not. Would be a nice feature but not a big deal.
2. I kept looking at other more expensive options that also included a plastic cover. I plan on storing this on our patio to preserve much needed garage space, but I didn't want it getting moldy, dirty, or faded from the elements. I found the perfect solution by using a fabric fire pit cover. I searched on Amazon and found an inexpensive one named 'Tarrazzo fire pit cover' for 14 bucks. It fits perfectly over the play table and looks good too (happens to match our patio furniture covers which is also nice). Very happy to have this cheap & easy solution to keep this play table outdoors and in good condition.
Hope this helps for others looking for a solution. Otherwise I agree with all of the other positive reviews!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Filipowski on November 7, 2005
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Our 2 and a half year old daughter is a water baby. She loves all properties of water in every form and has been since she took her first bath. She loves sand too so we looked at a few of the combination tables - but I decided that they would get too messy and be too hard to empty and keep the sand clean on the roof-top deck we had at the time as the only outdoor play area at our house.

We got this table for her for her second birthday. When it arrived, my husband thought it didn't look as fun as he had pictured it being...but we can't keep her away from it. Give her a few cups and other water-proof toys and she will fill them up and pour then out and splash around for hours.

My only complaint is that the boats it came with do not float very well. And it may be hard to determine the "educational value" unless you search for it...but just learning the way water works, what happens when you pour it into something that has a hole in it, what does the water wheel do when water flows over it, what happens when you try to pick water up in your hand...At this age - EVERYTHING is a learning experience.

The two spouts on the bottom make for easy emptying of the two areas. None of the pieces have broken even after being thrown and dragged around.
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118 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Lynn MacKenzie on July 2, 2007
I've always been a big fan of Step 2 products so when I was in the market for a water table this was a no-brainer purchase for my 1 year old (the 5 and 7 year old also enjoy it to some degree). While a water table in general is a lot of fun for any child I was really disappointed with the quality of this product (hence the unusually low price). I would rather pay more and get a quality plastic then this piece. The plastic is not the sturdy, durable plastic I'm accustomed to by this brand, but rather the flimsy, will crack if you drop it, plastic. Upon assembling the tower a part chipped off. Which meant the tower wouldn't hold together and that part was useless. I called Step 2 - had to hold for 15 minutes to get through to anyone. Told them the tower was broken and I needed the 2 piece part sent to me. They were great and said they would - only I only received one half of the tower. So that part is still useless. I'm too frustrated with the whole thing to bother calling again. I would hesitate to purchase Step 2 again in the future until I know the plastic is more durable. God-forbid someone chooses to put some weight on this thing - I don't think it could support more than a few pounds without breaking a leg off. Save your money and by a Rubbermaid or Sterilite tote and fill it with a few inches of water and some rubber duckies.
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