Kidkraft Limited Edition Waterfall Mountain Train Table and Train Set W/drawers
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- Limited Edition w/ 2 drawers and 120 pc train set
- Easy to assemble. Sturdy construction. Curved edges for safety
- Large play board with silk-screened landscaping and scenery
- Compatible with Wooden Thomas & Friends® & Brio WOODEN train sets
- Dimensions 48"L x 32.7W" x 15.7H" inches
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The kidkraft's popular mountain Train set is Much more than a simple set of tracks, this brightly colored wooden transportation system has abundant opportunities for creative and imaginative play. This Train Table & 120 pc mountain train Set would make a fun, colorful gift for any of the young conductors in your life. Kids will love the fun they have using it, parents will appreciate how the table keeps playtime off the floor and closer to eye level. Everything in the picture is included in this sale.
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|Item Dimensions||48 x 15.7 x 32.7 in||48.75 x 34.4 x 16 in||45.7 x 32.7 x 15.75 in||45.5 x 32.5 x 15.5 in||24 x 3 x 48 in||33.5 x 24 x 12.75 in|
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I thought the table was pretty easy to assemble. It took me less than an hour doing it on my own. One reviewer mentions 4 adults taking 3 hours to put it together on Christmas eve. All I can say is that there had to be a significant amount of eggnog involved that night.
The table is sturdy enough for my 2 year old and lots of fun. The storage drawers are very convenient.
The manufacturer lists this product for kids 3 and up. That's just because there are some small parts like railroad crossing signs and stop lights. You can just bag those up and save them for when your kids are older. The crane is fairly delicate so you'll probably want to set it aside too. The trains, tracks, and table are perfectly suitable for younger kids.
I think the product would be better if the tracks were numbered for quicker assembly. I took a fine point sharpie and discretely numbered the tracks to make it easier to reassemble them when I clear the table to clean it now and then.
The table comes with a hospital, fire station, and police station. All three are a painted wood square that snap into a plastic base so they can stand up. The hospital roof is also a plastic piece that snaps on. The product would be better if the fire station and police station were built the same way. Their roofs are made of wood that just rests on top of the painted wood square. They fell off so often that I attached them with wood glue. It was an easy fix and left my son much less frustrated.
Even more frustrating than the fire station and police station roofs is the gas station assembly. It's made of several small wood pieces that are held together by wood pegs. It fell apart any time my son touched it. Actually, it fell apart any time my husband and I tried to move it so there's no way a toddler or preschooler could move it without collapsing the whole thing. The product would be better if the gas station came with screws to hold it together much like the airport included with the table does. That said, a little wood glue easily solved the problem.
Some reviewers mention that their kids destroyed the track assembly within minutes. I haven't had a problem with that. My son pulled one piece off once and was so upset that he cried out "broke! broke! momma fix!" and hasn't pulled any of the track parts off since.
Some reviewers mention that the trains don't fit through the tunnel. I thought this was true when I first put everything together. It turns out that you just need to wiggle the track a little so it sits right in the center of the tunnel. The trains won't fit if the track is pushed over to the left or right side.
The train arrived with one piece of broken track and the wrong backboard. The backboard didn't make any sense with the train track layout. There was no possible way to set it up so the road crossed the track at the railroad crossing piece. I called Kidkraft and they immediately shipped me the correct pieces at no cost. Some people might view it as a negative that it arrived wrong but I can understand how these things happen. It's much more important to me that they fixed it quickly and without hassle. We'll own this table for years and I'm happy knowing we will get good service and customer support during that time.
Some reviewers wrote that they wished they'd bought a Thomas table instead. I specifically did not buy a Thomas train table because I don't want my kid to start obsessing over branded toys already. I can't stand the way the Thomas tables say "THOMAS" over every blood square inch of surface space. I write this so you'll know how much it pains me to admit that the Thomas tracks are better quality. That said, the Kidkraft tracks work just fine. If you have an older child that might notice the difference in quality, you might want to consider buying a Kidkraft table and Thomas tracks. Another plus to getting the Kidkraft table instead of the Thomas one is that you can flip the board over and use the table for something else when your kid outgrows playing with a train table. There's no escaping that Thomas tables are just meant for trains.
It also pains me to admit that the Thomas trains are better quality than the Kidkraft trains. Once again, the Kidkraft trains work just fine but the wheels don't run quite as smooth as the Thomas ones do. In favor of the KidKraft trains is that you can load and unload cargo off them. My son received a few Thomas trains from relatives this Christmas and he doesn't seem to notice the difference. He uses them all interchangeably. He really likes pairing the larger Thomas trains (which he calls Poppa trains) with the smaller KidKraft trains (baby trains) and taking them on adventures around the track. Having both gives us a chance to talk about size and to pair by color. We also received some surprisingly high quality trains from Target under the Circo brand name. A combination of all three will really give your kid a great selection on this table.
My kids are 8, 5 and 20 months and all of them love it and can play with it at the same time. My baby, however, likes to take the tracks apart so tonight we will be gluing it all together. It is possible to flip the board of the table to have a plain colored table instead of the road, water and other scenery, but that isn't fun so we'll be gluing it to the interesting side.
Since getting the table I have purchased other wooden trains from different sets and they have all matched up perfectly. It seems that all of the magnets strengths seem to vary across the board but no one here cares about that. We also previously owned a European brand wooden track and it fits seamlessly with the KidKraft track so we have added a small expansion. Overall, we are happy with the purchase, think it is well worth and love that other wooden track brands fit with it for added enjoyment!