Step2 Sand and Water Transportation Station
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- Sturdy table contains two compartments for both sand and water fun
- 16-piece accessory set includes 3 train cars, 2 boats, 3 funnels, 1 spinner, 1 paddle wheel, 1 see-saw scoop, 3 track pieces, shovel rake and removable cover with elastic straps
- Toy train and rake included for hours of fun and funnels atop the table legs act as "loading stations" for creative play
- Includes removable nylon cover with elastic straps
- Designed to hold a 40" (101.6 cm) umbrella (sold separately)
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- There is no way to keep the sand and water separate - I realize that's a "no duh" thing but there really is no point to having a divided table. The whole table will be soupy wet sand in no time. Even if you have a very careful child the sand and water will get mixed up when they pour sand/water through the funnels. The wet sand is a mess and it takes awhile to dry out. I just put sand in both sides and I don't intentionally add water.
- The cover is not waterproof. When it rains, the table gets an inch or so of water in it and the cover protects the rainwater from sun... so the water just sits in there. Heating up. In the dark. With dead bugs in it. There are drain plugs on the bottom of the table, but they are under the sand. If there is a lot of standing water I tip the table over to dump out the water (and a bunch of sand). Word of warning: I sewed a layer of vinyl underneath it. Don't do that, the moisture trapped between the two layers isn't a good thing. Eventually the cover blew away (I'd put it under one of the legs while the sand was drying out). Now I just keep the table in a sunny spot on the porch and it is usually dry (has some debris mixed in, but it's dry).
- The cover does not protect the table from insects. They can get in from the sides, and there is also a big hole in the center of the table (like for an umbrella).
- Don't put gravel in the table. I bought a bag of sandbox sand thinking "sand is sand". The chunks were too big to go through the funnels and the trays were a muddy mess.
- Sand in the table isn't great either.Read more ›
It's on the small side (both short and width-wise), which is a bit of a disappointment for the price. Also for the price, the plastic seems a bit on the flimsy side, and the sailboats were a complete joke - they kept unsnapping and were hard to keep afloat. The boys were very unhappy with those, might as well not even have them.
Be sure to have the kids wear swimsuits while playing with it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best sand/water table ever for your little conductor. Keeps my son entertained!Published 17 months ago by Sandra Butler
Lots of outdoor fun. Really liked the cover that came with this. Easy to move around and hours of fun for my little one. Read morePublished 19 months ago by susanf
My granddaughter loves it! Even her older sister has fun with it when they play together. So far, we have just used water but I am going to get some sand this week and see how... Read morePublished 23 months ago by S. Riman
A year later, and this is still one of my kids favorite play toys for outdoors. Everything has held up.Published 24 months ago by Melanie Rohrbach
Great for babies learning to stand, walk, and be mobile. Lots of things to interact with . Our son loves water so we just filled the whole thing up with water. Read morePublished on July 21, 2014 by Jase Christiansen
Keeps my twin granddaughters busy for hours!!! This is a life saver for any one taking care of a small child.Published on June 27, 2014 by Nita Boyce