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Was looking for a affordable playhouse for the kids as summer is hopefully round the corner.

Thought id buy one before prices rise for all summer outdoor toys!!

Came across this and ordered for store pick up for £50.00
Or you can get it delivered for £54.95
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[mod]#1
Thanks, cute playhouse :thumbsup:
I've added a price and a retailer name to your title, and an image, we always try to include these when posting deals.
#2
Looks lovely :-D
#3
http://www.very.co.uk/large-playhouse/705612271.prd?browseToken=%2fb%2f5275%2fs%2fbestsellers%2c0&prdToken=/p/prod2670944-sku3862199#productReviews

I have been looking for a playnouse, but am hesitating, as the review on very for this house is dreadful. Anyone else tried it out?
#4
savagevixen
http://www.very.co.uk/large-playhouse/705612271.prd?browseToken=%2fb%2f5275%2fs%2fbestsellers%2c0&prdToken=/p/prod2670944-sku3862199#productReviews

I have been looking for a playnouse, but am hesitating, as the review on very for this house is dreadful. Anyone else tried it out?

I also saw that ONE review on very/littlewoods ect.. and thought well that person has paid £100 or £120 for it depending on which one of those sites you look on.

I think for £50 its a bargain. It cant be that bad and well worth it instead of paying £150 - £300 for the so called top of the range ones. We brought a simaler one two years ago for £70 and its still ok, lost its colour in the sun a bit but still ok.
#5
nibrows
I also saw that ONE review on very/littlewoods ect.. and thought well that person has paid £100 or £120 for it depending on which one of those sites you look on.

I think for £50 its a bargain. It cant be that bad and well worth it instead of paying £150 - £300 for the so called top of the range ones. We brought a simaler one two years ago for £70 and its still ok, lost its colour in the sun a bit but still ok.


I did say 'the' review. I did realise it was only one, but it says the panels don't fit well and I wondered if anyone had bought it and could comment. I had a little tikes one that was about £50 and fantastic, but last year purchased one for £50 that was a load of c**** and had to go back after 2 months because the roof kept coming off. I am in no way trying to slate the deal, I am trying to find out if it is even worth £50. I don't care about loss of colour, it's whether or not it stays together. I have 6 kids so I need it to.
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Hi all, New to HUKD but wanted to tell everyone interested in the playhouse that we ordered it last week and picked up from store yesterday and are very happy with it. We also paid £50 for it and can say is well worth the money. True it is thinner than some of the other ones on the market but is good quality for the price. The roof is solid and the only flimsy part is the bottom of the door but still not bad. If anyone has seen the one in Tesco for the same price this one is 100 time better.
#7
Thanks for that bargainbud!

This house seems to be called 'Mookie Plastic Playhouse' and is widely available for between £70-120. I will just add that the Amazon reviews do state it is large, and this link

http://www.ukoutdoortoys.co.uk/playhouses-garden-games/playhouses/?id=83

gives completely different size dimensions!! (W 104cm(3'5"), H 131cm(4'4"), L 127cm(4'2")
whereas Wilkos list it as D 111cm, H115cm and W 130cm!!! The biggest difference between these is height! I'll be interested to know which it is!
#8
I have ordered by the way as it seems good value, but 15cm difference in height is quite a bit!
#9
savagevixen
Thanks for that bargainbud!

This house seems to be called 'Mookie Plastic Playhouse' and is widely available for between £70-120. I will just add that the Amazon reviews do state it is large, and this link

http://www.ukoutdoortoys.co.uk/playhouses-garden-games/playhouses/?id=83

gives completely different size dimensions!! (W 104cm(3'5"), H 131cm(4'4"), L 127cm(4'2")
whereas Wilkos list it as D 111cm, H115cm and W 130cm!!! The biggest difference between these is height! I'll be interested to know which it is!


Right, Ok. Hope this helps anyone who is not sure about the dimensions as there are some confusing reviews on different sites. I have just come back in from the garden after measuring the house . the height is 150cm, width is 130cm and the depth is 104cm. :thumbsup:
#10
Hope this helps everyone, i have just been out in the dark to measure the playhouse. The height is 150cm, width 130cm and depth is 104cm. Just a quick note about the build quality. we put it together in around 10 mins with no problems and all the panels fitted great. I am impressed with it and my 3 year old twins love it. A great deal posted by nibrows.
#11
What is the height of the door like on this ? I have a rather tall 2 year old.. :) x
#12
bargainbud
Hope this helps everyone, i have just been out in the dark to measure the playhouse. The height is 150cm, width 130cm and depth is 104cm. Just a quick note about the build quality. we put it together in around 10 mins with no problems and all the panels fitted great. I am impressed with it and my 3 year old twins love it. A great deal posted by nibrows.


Thanks ever so much thats brill!
Mine is for my girls that are 1,4,6,7,and 9 (my son is 11 but doubt he'll like it!), to the person worried about the size of a 'large' 2 yr old, think you are worrying unnecessarily! My 9 year old is huge for her age and still has great fun in the much smaller play house that we already have!
A height of 150cm is very tall for a playhouse!
#13
is there a floor in this
#14
dave111
is there a floor in this


For £50? mm and I expect there is a laid patio, full kitchen including appliances, new bathroom suite etc!
#15
looks really nice!hot
#16
savagevixen
For £50? mm and I expect there is a laid patio, full kitchen including appliances, new bathroom suite etc!


:lol:
#17
Just put it up. This playhouse is not 150cm high, at all. My 6 yr old is 119cm tall and is a good few inches taller than the top of the roof. It is big enough for a couple of small kids to play. It is very flimsy and nowhere near the sturdy quality of Little Tikes. The front of mine has a crack at the bottom, the plastic is the kind that cracks (again unlike little tikes.) For £50 it is ok but disappointing. I had to lie and tell my OH it cost £25 as he thought it was a load of c**p and not even worth that! It is very similar to the rubbish one we got from Toys r us last year that had to go back, because it kept falling apart.
#18
savagevixen
Just put it up. This playhouse is not 150cm high, at all. My 6 yr old is 119cm tall and is a good few inches taller than the top of the roof. It is big enough for a couple of small kids to play. It is very flimsy and nowhere near the sturdy quality of Little Tikes. The front of mine has a crack at the bottom, the plastic is the kind that cracks (again unlike little tikes.) For £50 it is ok but disappointing. I had to lie and tell my OH it cost £25 as he thought it was a load of c**p and not even worth that! It is very similar to the rubbish one we got from Toys r us last year that had to go back, because it kept falling apart.


Barginbud did say "i have just been out in the dark to measure the playhouse" He must have mistaken 115 for 150 on his tape measure :roll:
#19
Put mine up yesterday and am totally impressed by it for the price. You will not find one this size anywhere for £50.
It went together easy, in less then 15 minutes in fact and in no time our 2 1/2 year old boy was inside saying "Big doors" and was really excited.
Its made of a thinner plastic then the likes of Little Tikes but your not paying between £150 - £300. The areas where you need the extra strength like the door have a reinforced arch that fits into the wall around and above the door entrance.
If your thinking of buying this remember your paying £50 and don't try and compare it to the more expensive playhouses on the market.
#20
nibrows
Put mine up yesterday and am totally impressed by it for the price. You will not find one this size anywhere for £50.
It went together easy, in less then 15 minutes in fact and in no time our 2 1/2 year old boy was inside saying "Big doors" and was really excited.
Its made of a thinner plastic then the likes of Little Tikes but your not paying between £150 - £300. The areas where you need the extra strength like the door have a reinforced arch that fits into the wall around and above the door entrance.
If your thinking of buying this remember your paying £50 and don't try and compare it to the more expensive playhouses on the market.


I know you found this deal and you are very pleased with it, but to those who are thinking of purchasing I would urge caution. It is not very large. It is a small playhouse and very similar in size to the one's for sale at many stores (Argos etc). At the moment many of these are £60-70, however it maybe worth checking alternatives out as this really is very thin and flimsy. The year before last I purchased a little tikes playhouse for £60 and the quality far exceeds this. I was under the impression this would be far larger than it is, which is why I purchased it. Yes it is only £50, but I actually don't think it is worth £50, and if I had seen it instore I would not have bought it due to the quality. Other makes last for years, this probably won't.
#21
whoops! Sorry just been out in the dark again and it is 115cm high not 150 as stated. I agree with Nibrows, you are paying £50 so good deal. If you want a little tikes then get digging deeper in your pockets.
#22
savagevixen
I know you found this deal and you are very pleased with it, but to those who are thinking of purchasing I would urge caution. It is not very large. It is a small playhouse and very similar in size to the one's for sale at many stores (Argos etc). At the moment many of these are £60-70, however it maybe worth checking alternatives out as this really is very thin and flimsy. The year before last I purchased a little tikes playhouse for £60 and the quality far exceeds this. I was under the impression this would be far larger than it is, which is why I purchased it. Yes it is only £50, but I actually don't think it is worth £50, and if I had seen it instore I would not have bought it due to the quality. Other makes last for years, this probably won't.


Can you tell me where you got a little tikes for £60 and why its not in use anymore? Very cheap for little tikes, i assume it was second hand at that price!

Regarding size, its by far wider then most if you compare sizes of playhouses on other websites, i agree its a tad lower then our last playhouse but this is made up by the width.

We currently have a 2 foot square table a chair inside and there is still room to play.
If you want one thats going to last, you need to spend over £150 and preferably on a wooden house. I didn't buy this thinking it was going to last 10 years, its £50 for some summer fun for a year or two weather permitting.

I say buy it and if for some reason your disappointed return to shop or arrange pickup for free.
#23
nibrows
Can you tell me where you got a little tikes for £60 and why its not in use anymore? Very cheap for little tikes, i assume it was second hand at that price!

Regarding size, its by far wider then most if you compare sizes of playhouses on other websites, i agree its a tad lower then our last playhouse but this is made up by the width.

We currently have a 2 foot square table a chair inside and there is still room to play.
If you want one thats going to last, you need to spend over £150 and preferably on a wooden house. I didn't buy this thinking it was going to last 10 years, its £50 for some summer fun for a year or two weather permitting.

I say buy it and if for some reason your disappointed return to shop or arrange pickup for free.

My Little Tikes one is still in use!!!!!?? It was not second hand either. Throughout the season various offers happen and I got it 2 summers ago (I think from Woolworths or somewhere like that) I wanted a second, as with 6 children under 11, one is not really enough (is that ok with you?)
'It's a tad lower...but this is made up by width' crazy. But then if your kids are all tiny maybe fine.

This is an ok deal for £50. It is not the best. I am advising people to check it out first, as there will be other (maybe better value) deals along.
#24
I purchased this playhouse recently. As a mother, and a childcare professional I would certainly recommend this to anyone! Once the house is put together securly, it is a sturdy, well made playhouse, suitable for my child and his older friends to enjoy, whos ages vary from 2yrs to 6yrs old. I am very pleased, For £50 this is a superb deal, and as long as your expectations are realistic.. you will not be disappointed!

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