Suck UK Tank Playhouse-1.8 pounds
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- Fun for Cats!
- Cats may need your help to build the models.
- Folded cardboard - flat packed.
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Giving it two stars because while the instructions are seriously vague and it's extremely difficult to assemble, if you manage it you'll end up with a pretty nifty-looking 3D cardboard sculpture. If you just want one to have around the house, you'll be pleased with its quality and durability. It's not good for much beyond sitting around looking cool, but at least it does that fairly well.
When I came back, to my horror, the whole apartment was in ruins!
Holes in the couch, craters in the carpet, burnt walls.
At some point, during my 3 day retreat, the cute creature figured out how the controls operated and proceeded to wage war on the neighbor's dog.
I guess it's my fault for leaving a cat and a WMD alone in my living room.
How was I supposed to know?
0 stars, but 3 for how cute it looks.
It was hard to fold the corners into the box so part of the tank won't hold together and the glossy coat makes the tape hard to stick. so there are some gaps in the seams.
I would have given it 4 stars but the first time i bought this product they sent me the DJ scratcher, then i returned it and the second shipment had a tank but one of the pieces was missing. Third time is the charm (but i was pretty annoyed by then) so 3 stars. make sure you check the container for all pieces.
That being said, it was a short lived dream of mine that they'd adopt this army tank as their "next favorite thing"
*Freaking adorable for the .2 seconds you can wrangle your cat inside and see them pop their head out
*Crazy beautiful detail of the "paint job", both inside the tank and out
*somewhat (?) easy instructions on how to assemble.. but did have to tape areas to reinforce flaps
*WAY TOO SMALL. Even our smaller cat is too big for this. There's no way he's ever actually go inside willingly, and this is a cat OBSESSED with boxes. When I was able to cover him with the box, and he popped out (after the aforementioned adorable .2 seconds), the top box got trapped on his waistline and he barely fit getting out.
*only one hole! not sure where you'd put the other hole, but like the other reviewer said, unless you have a tiny. tiny kitten, you will just have an empty fancy tank sitting in your living room with your cats ignoring it.
Great concept, looks great, but doesn't really work. Sad!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its cute, but flimsy and poorly developed. I assembled it with care and precision and the product's "joints" rip and fall in on themselves. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Viva
I purchased this gift for my sister who has five cats. After she received it, I was promptly sent many videos of happy cats doing what they do best with cardboard: sitting in it,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jamie Thomas
FRUSTRATING to put together!!! The "instruction booklet" is next to useless. The tabs took a few attempts to insert by which time they became soft & too bendy. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Blacksheep
Harder to put together then I thought, they don't really give you ANY directions or on to do itPublished 17 months ago by Michael H.
Semi difficult to put together if the cut isn't perfect on the template :/Published on July 19, 2014 by Jennifer C.
I had no idea that I had to be responsible for putting together a cardboard tank with get it right or else slots as joints. This tank is as janky as the engineer who builds it. Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by Vanessa learnard