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Waybuloo Peekaboo Pod

Submitted by on October 10, 2010 – 11:02 amNo Comment

“The Waybuloo Peekapod is really light, bright and a great value play tent for little ones.

Buy online: Boots

Price:£12

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waybuloo peekaboo podInitial thoughts: BG was fascinated when the Waybuloo Peekaboo Pod play tent arrived; previous to it arriving she had never seen Waybuloo so she didn’t know who and what the characters on the tent were. For those of you that are clueless like me Waybuloo takes place in the world of Nara; a land of happiness, laughter and friendship that’s home to the Piplings, they are called Yojojo, Lau Lau, Not Tok and De Li. The pod wasn’t as big as I thought it would be, but it’s really bright and lightweight BG had fun throwing it around. The pod comes in two pieces, the play tent and then a small tunnel.

We liked: It’s really simple to put together the Waybuloo play tent, it took under 5 minutes to do. BG was a bit wary at first but now loves to climb into with her toys. She likes to move it around the living room and the garden, BG also likes the windows that can be opened and closed, and it keeps her occupied for ages. It has two points of entry so she can’t get stuck in it. It’s not waterproof but if it does get wet it dries really quickly

We weren’t keen: Even though it was simple to put together I thought that the instructions were terrible; I had to work it out myself by trial and error. Also the small tunnel seems a bit pointless to me, its very small and doesn’t attach to the main tent well.

Overall: The Waybuloo Peekaboo pod play tent is great, affordable play tent for inside and outside play, and light enough for children to move around themselves. It’s small – so best for one or two younger children, but we particularly liked that it’s so simple to put together and just as quick to put away and store.

[Carol, New Mummy]

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