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Asda instore: My Little Pony Twilight Sparkle Rainbow Kingdom Playset £15.00

£15.00 @ George (Asda George)
Clearance price at Asda Glasgow Fort, says was £30 now £15 Read More
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5 Likes #1
If you buy this for your little one be prepared to have to rebuild it repetitively, it's pretty feeble.
2 Likes #2
+1

Glue is the way forward with this
2 Likes #3
bane of my life this thing
2 Likes #4
Not even worth £15. Bought this a couple of years ago, returned the first one as it broke within days, then ,as others have said, it just does not stay together so I returned the replacement. Don't waste your money.
1 Like #5
I bought this for my daughter last Christmas, the pieces have just gone in the bin, it never stayed together long enough to play with it. I wish I had taken it back for a refund. So many people have complained about the same construction problems it's a disgrace it's still being sold. If it's still the same there will be lots of upset kids come this Christmas morning. :/
#6
I didnt buy it, but did think it looked good for £15.
#7
Agree with others, get glue too...
#8
jonhoggy
If you buy this for your little one be prepared to have to rebuild it repetitively, it's pretty feeble.
Totally agree with you! It looks pretty but once your child touches it, it falls apart!
1 Like #9
lalo2684
jonhoggy
If you buy this for your little one be prepared to have to rebuild it repetitively, it's pretty feeble.
Totally agree with you! It looks pretty but once your child touches it, it falls apart!

Yep, my daughter had one last year. It went in the bin :(


Edited By: Morbitonic on Dec 11, 2016 02:38
#10
I read reviews stating similar things to the above but bought it for my 4 year old's birthday a month ago. It hasn't fallen apart once or broken and she's played with it loads as well as me moving it around a lot.

Similar thing with the Paw Pateol lookout tower...was pretty much slated in reviews but we've had no issues with it at all.

I'm not sure if maybe they've redesigned them based on poor reviews (in the case of the lookout tower in sure they have as there's now some 'feet' to sturdy it which I couldn't see in the stock photos of it).

My little girl isn't a careful child either so not sure why we've had so much luck with them both...but like others have said if there were any issues I don't think it's anything that a bit of your couldn't fix.
#11
My daughter got this last year and yes it does come apart and yes glue is recommended, but she absolutely loves it! They play with it every day. I've glued the posts in and so they tend to stay though the chute does fall apart but easy to put back. I think for this price it's good x

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