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playhouse, was £89.99 now £54.99

postage is £11.00 but use code tj20 at the checkout for an extra 20% off which basically you get the p+p for free

ideal for the summer months



Playhouse
Easy to assemble
Robust and durable
Rounded corners and edges
AGES 2 - 6 YRS
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code not working :((
banned#2
sorry should be capitals-works for all items, worked for me this morning.... TJ20 sorry
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You get what you pay for. We ordered this last year from Wilkinson Plus for £50. The plastic is thin and flimsy and cracked and broke very easily with only a little bit of playing. The thin plastic is held together by plastic screws and 2 of ours broke. Hmm, overall it did not last longer than 6 months (we did move and trying to move it finished it off). Would I buy again? No, just too flimsy and compared to a little tikes one we got for £75 in a sale, it was frankly not worth it.
The reviews are quite random. (Google Mookie playhouse). It is certainly not robust or durable.
Personally this year with my limited budget I am going to wait for a better offer on a better made playhouse.
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savagevixen
You get what you pay for. We ordered this last year from Wilkinson Plus for £50. The plastic is thin and flimsy and cracked and broke very easily with only a little bit of playing. The thin plastic is held together by plastic screws and 2 of ours broke. Hmm, overall it did not last longer than 6 months (we did move and trying to move it finished it off). Would I buy again? No, just too flimsy and compared to a little tikes one we got for £75 in a sale, it was frankly not worth it.
The reviews are quite random. (Google Mookie playhouse). It is certainly not robust or durable.
Personally this year with my limited budget I am going to wait for a better offer on a better made playhouse.

thanks for review, very useful
banned#5
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B0020HRHKM/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

the reviews i found were all pretty good, prob the main one being that the plastic is rather flimsy but for this price i wouldnt of expected a very sturdy one-there safe to play in though and have strong testing to make sure they are safe. for the price it is a bargain, i ordered this, as for the price its very good. i have two kids, one who is 9 and my littlest who is 2, (hving no more children) my eldest wont play with this so i didnt want to waste tons of money on something that will prob be used for a couple of years with my youngest. moving or taking it down wont help though-as in the review.

but exactly-for the price, you get what you pay for. next price to this was nearly £90
#6
Agree with savagevixen....the plastic is very thin & it felt flimsy when completed ... A friends had one in her garden & put me off getting one.
#7
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thanks for review, very useful

Thanks, trying to be helpful. Also remembered that the plastic clip on yellow window ledges, snapped off when my 3 yr old leant on them and the ones on the doors also came off. The doors didn't fit well either. The plastic under the door was very thin and did crack in the first week of ownership. I did consider returning it, but the hassle of trying to take it down and repackage it for return put me off.
As for 9 yr olds not wanting to play in it, I caught my 11 yr old having lunch in it, and my 9 yr old was very keen on putting a blanket down and hanging out in there! Hence us actually thinking that one that was sturdier would be a wise investment. We do have a Little Tikes one, but it is very small (hence the searching for a bigger second one!) The structure of the Little Tikes is so much better, I know they are pricier and I am trying to be fair! I cant afford full price little tikes!
#8
bought this for £50 from wilks last year..was so useless!! such a shame but was £50 totally wasted by the end of the summer was at the tip!
#9
Thanks for the reviews. Very helpful. I would've snap one up for my little girl at this price. We have a while until summer so I will hold out for a better quality one I think.

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