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Wooden Animal Farm Cart Ride On Toy With Shape Sorter For Toddlers & Chiildren

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Product Description

Upscale premium quality ride on toy made of wood with plastic molded wheels. Buy quality for years of use.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10.6 x 10.4 inches ; 7.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 pounds
  • ASIN: B003ZQ4KY8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #693,099 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Wimer on July 27, 2011
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I love, love, love this cart. Assembly was pretty simple, it seems to be made of durable wood, and it is really adorable in person. I wanted desperately to keep it. However, the yellow caps that cover the rod that attaches the wheels (the cap goes in the middle of the wheel) do not attach securely, or at least, I could not figure out how to attach them securely. There are threads on the ends of the rod that attaches the wheels, but I couldn't figure out what screwed onto them -- the wheels and the caps both seemed to just pop on. Since the rod was significantly longer than the cart is wide, this meant the wheels were not tight against the yellow caps. My 1-year-old pulled off two of the caps within the first 10 minutes. I'm not a panicky parent by a long shot, but that's a choking hazard and I don't want one of the wheels to fall off while she's riding it. I completely acknowledge that I could have assembled the wheels incorrectly, although I studied the picture diagrams that make up the assembly instructions. So, I set out to contact the manufacturer to see where I was going wrong. The only contact information I could find on the box or the things inside the box was a website [..;]. I went there, and THE WEBSITE DOES NOT EXIST. Maybe they let their web hosting expire? Who knows, but I searched high and low on the web for contact info and found none. I contacted amazon customer service, and they couldn't find anything, either.

So, sadly, I am returning this cart. :( Thank you, Amazon, for your fantastic customer service. I'm sorry Shopitivity didn't follow your lead. I won't be purchasing anything else from that manufacturer again.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By marisachrystene on January 5, 2012
i bought this for my 14 month old daughter for christmas this year. we had a hard time with assembly when we got to the axles and wheels. the first review here scared us, so once we did finally manage to get it together well, we wanted to come write about it for others who might get stuck.

we too thought the axles were threaded. but they're not. basically you just have to literally hammer the pegs onto the ends of the axles, after the wheels are on. it took a long time - lots of hammering, but they did eventually go on all the way.

we protected the plastic wheel and cap with a cardboard buffer. we didn't want the plastic to dent or shatter. it was nerve wracking, but it worked out fine.

it's too bad the instructions for assembly don't mention a thing about this whole issue!! but since we managed to get it together pretty well, we wanted to put a note here for the next person who gets lost and looks here for help!

take care!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kricau on April 29, 2012
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I was a little worried after reading the negetive reviews. But bought it anyway (I like a challenge). I will admit that the assembly was a bit longer than I would have liked. But it did go together, and hasn't come apart. The spindle to get the wheels on was the worst part. You do have to hammer them on rather hard. I used a rubber malet to hammer, and a block of wood for the other side. Once it was put together though it is VERY STURDY. I absolutely love it. It is so adorable!!!! I am giving it to my little cousin today for his 1st birthday. I will update with how he liked it.

:) DEFINITELY WORTH IT!!!!
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I bought this for my son. He enjoyed using it as a push toy until he was old enough to use it as a ride on toy. Assembly was simple enough. It seemed sturdy once put together. He likes playing with the animal shaped blocks. However, it being an educational shape sorter is a joke. As a baby, my son already discovered that he could manipulate the animal blocks to drop it into the cart in random holes, not necessarily the correct shape hole for the animal. It is good for put in/take out type of play since he stashes some of his other little toys in this cart and pushes them around.
I would have given this toy a much higher rating. However, I discovered how dangerous it can be while observing my son playing with it one day. While trying to get on it to use the cart like a ride on toy, he somehow got his foot caught in one of the holes on top. He struggled and cried. I was able to free his foot. However, it looked awfully risky since he could have easily twisted or broken his ankle with the way he was struggling to get his foot unstuck. That's when I realized that a ride on toy really should NOT have holes all over the seat of the cart, especially around clumsy toddlers who aren't as coordinated to get on and off it smoothly. I plan to modify it by drilling a board on the top to create a safer seat and block all the holes on top since the shape sorter feature was rather useless anyway.
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