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HABA Play Tent Caro-Lini
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- Made of cotton polyester
- Stands on its own
- Fits perfectly in children's bedroom
- Children love its style
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
The Caro-Lini Play Tent is perfect for your little princesses! Let their imaginations run wild - the play possibilities with this tent are endless! High quality and made to last. There is a window on each side for views all around. Designs are sewn, not printed on. The tent can be folded down completely for easy, space-saving storage! Made of cotton/polyester, mesh fabric, plastic rods. Cushion not included.
From the Manufacturer
The tent can be folded down completely. Made of cotton polyester mesh fabric with plastic rods. Measures 47" X 49"
Top Customer Reviews
As she squealed on the phone to me, the other night "It's my favorite!!!"
Highly recommend this item. Very well made, easy to set up, easy to take down (except for the ensuing flood of tears), bright and colorful, a perfect place to crawl into and dream
I docked one star for a couple reasons. The cone at the top does not sit and lie as pictured. It is a separate piece that is (supposed to be) hollow on the inside with velcro to attach it to the top peak of the tent, which is also velcro. The cone is far too overstuffed with filling, so that it will not actually cover the velcro, thus barely sticks and instead teeters sideways with both the white velcro inside it visibly turning inside out and leaves both that and the velcro on top of the tent showing.Read more ›
There is a reason why it's expensive. It's has the "look", and the feel of being pricier. All the other play tents out there are rather boring, dome-shaped affairs. This and the other Haba tents out there are more imaginative.
Secondly, I am happy with what I've purchased, I went all out and purchased the storage box/ottoman as well as the cushion. It is lots of fun for my 6yo, and even I get forced to get in there to read books and tuck in the dolls and animals before bedtime.
Thirdly--a nice modification we did: gett string of lights, you can clip them to the inside ceiling and voila, a little bit of light!
The tent can be quickly assembled or disassembled. It has 6 tent rods, segmented in 3 pieces. It collapses to about a 20 inch diameter disc, and slips inside a fabric carrying case. Very easy to transport and set up in just a few minutes. The tent has no floor, btw. No tent stakes for outdoor use.
Overall, a great play tent, very much enjoyed by our daughter.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
More expensive than other play tents, but way better. The fabric is mostly thick cotton, no dumb princess characters printed on it, which your kid will get tired of. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ines
This tent was very easy to assemble, does not take up a lot of room, but is large enough for 2 or 3 children under 6. It also comes with a soft-sided "sleeve" for storage. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
So cute. Would buy again. Does not hold up to someone jumping on it though.Published 12 months ago by Kelli Hall
My daughter entertains herself with this tent for hours. Just love it.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great quality! It was totally worth the price. It has been abused by many 3 year olds and still looks perfect.Published 21 months ago by Melanie Amber Kellum
Tent is adorable, but the picture is deceiving concerning dimensions. My 4 yr old Granddaughter is quite tall & I thought when I ordered it I would be receiving a taller tent. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Trina Gill
Well made, pretty. Toddler old loves it. The windows are open, with the exception of the back window/arch, which has a mesh material.Published on January 16, 2015 by MBS
Very hard to close. Easy to open and looks adorable but I have to return it because of having such a difficult time closing. Read morePublished on January 15, 2015 by Daniella Dalia