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Power Your Fun 81pc Fun Forts Kids Tent Version 2

$41.99 $39.99
Description:
Connect and construct tents, forts, tunnels, and many more with this Fun Forts set. It comes with 53 connecting rods and 28 multi-link spheres, which lets you build your own building and playhouses of your imagination!
  • Ultimate Fort Building Kit: Build endless play tent structures, forts for kids, play tunnels and more with this construction fort set that includes 53 connecting rods and 28 multilink spheres
  • Endless Fort Building Designs: Create giant kids forts indoors and outdoors by inserting and twisting the rods into the spheres (adult supervision is advised); make a kids play tent by adding a light sheet for the roof
  • STEM Learning Toys For Kids: Build and imagine while mastering basic engineering skills; this construction fort building kit includes a building guide to ignite creativity
  • Kid-Friendly Construction Toys Set: This kids play fort kit is made with kid-safe, BPA-free plastic; includes 15.75” rods and 2.4” balls; these construction fort building toys are perfect for curious-minded kids ages 4 and up
  • Fun You Can Count On: Spark creativity with our Fun Forts building kit that allows kids to build their own fort playhouses alone or with siblings and friends; We’ll provide a full refund if you’re not building happily with this fort making kit for kids
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Customer Reviews

Based on 118 reviews
57%
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SunniBLovelay
Stinks

Kids like them but say they stink.

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Nicolle M. Clemmer
Cool idea and fort, but somewhat difficult to assemble and stay together!

The fort is great for kids to set up (rather than use all the chairs in the house), though assembling it can be frustrating. When you connect one stick to one of the balls, two to three other sticks come undone. Some of the holes in the balls are not quite molded big enough for the sticks to go in and stay in. But, when all is set-up, the boys love! I just have to tell them be careful not to bump the fort while they are inside. ;)

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Ryan W. Christensen
The red balls are the absolute worst

The red balls are completely horrible. Struggle to put the blue rods in just for them to fall out at the slightest movement.

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Natalie
Ouch!

great idea BUT the first use is a pain... literally! it was so hard to assemble, my kids couldn't help and by the end, i had blisters! also, the "ideas/instructions" it comes with would be a lot more helpful with WRITTEN WORDS rather than just pictures. would've saved us a lot of time.

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Kathleen Miller
Kids are having lots of fun!

Easy assembly and fun factor!

Customer Reviews

Based on 118 reviews
57%
(67)
16%
(19)
27%
(32)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
SunniBLovelay
Stinks

Kids like them but say they stink.

N
Nicolle M. Clemmer
Cool idea and fort, but somewhat difficult to assemble and stay together!

The fort is great for kids to set up (rather than use all the chairs in the house), though assembling it can be frustrating. When you connect one stick to one of the balls, two to three other sticks come undone. Some of the holes in the balls are not quite molded big enough for the sticks to go in and stay in. But, when all is set-up, the boys love! I just have to tell them be careful not to bump the fort while they are inside. ;)

R
Ryan W. Christensen
The red balls are the absolute worst

The red balls are completely horrible. Struggle to put the blue rods in just for them to fall out at the slightest movement.

N
Natalie
Ouch!

great idea BUT the first use is a pain... literally! it was so hard to assemble, my kids couldn't help and by the end, i had blisters! also, the "ideas/instructions" it comes with would be a lot more helpful with WRITTEN WORDS rather than just pictures. would've saved us a lot of time.

K
Kathleen Miller
Kids are having lots of fun!

Easy assembly and fun factor!