Little Tikes Easy Store Large Picnic Table with Umbrella
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- Includes two cup holders and a multi purpose condiment/crayon tray
- No tools required to set up or take down
- Center hole holds the Little Tikes Market Umbrella
- Seats 6 children
- Encourages social play
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This indoor/outdoor table can be used as a play table or picnic table. Folds for fast set up and take down – an ideal portable table! Six children can sit comfortably for social play and interaction. Includes umbrella for safe fun in the sun.Maximum weight limit 200 lbs. per benchMulti-purpose condiment/crayon trayNo tools required to set up or take downSeats up to 6 kidsTwo cup holders in center of the tableNote Umbrella colors may vary!Assembly Yes
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Indoor/Outdoor table "unlocks" and folds for portability or storage
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My only complaint is that I wish it didn't have the center cupholders. IMO, the table would have been better without them. With the way it is, the cupholder pretty much divides the table in half; it's not that big, but because it's right in the middle of the table it ends up restricting each child to his/her side of the table. If your child is painting/drawing/writing on a large piece of paper that extends from one side of the table to the other, when they try to work on the section of the paper that sits on the area where the cupholders are located, the paper dips. Years ago, before my son was even born, I ended up cutting a piece of cardboard from a large, sturdy box, which I would put on the tabletop whenever my daughter wanted to do her artwork. It worked pretty well, but every so often I'd have to find a new piece of cardboard. I finally got a friend, who works in construction, to get me a thin sheet of cardboard, that he smoothed down, to use instead. It works great! I did promise myself, however, that if I ever buy another kids' picnic table, I'd get one sans the cupholders. LOL