Plum Junior Outdoor Play Wooden Sand Pit now £11.25 del @ Amazon (price matched Tesco)
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Plum Junior Outdoor Play Wooden Sand Pit now £11.25 del @ Amazon (price matched Tesco)

Mod & Ed 22
Mod & Ed
Found 26th Apr 2013
rrp £30, was going to post this at tesco then realised that amazon had price matched & as usual they inc home del in their price so link goes to them, will pop linkt to tesco in 1st post. Next best prices are £15 @ Asda, £20 @ Play, £28 @ Wilko, & £34.99 @ Argos. Would never pay the full rrp but think its ok for a basic one at this price.
The Plum® Junior Sandpit is made from premium FSC® certified timber with rounded corners for added safety. It is easy to assemble and the sandbox is supplied with a protective cover and ground sheet. The internal textile ground cover prevents weeds from growing through and allows water to drain out. For added versatility, just add play balls and you have an instant ball pit to keep your young kids amused for hours. Twice the entertainment in one product and only uses a small footprint in the garden.

Features and Benefits
- Traditional garden fun for hours of inventive sand play
- Made from premium FSC® certified timber with rounded corners for added safety
- Sand pit includes protective cover and ground sheet
- Internal ground cover prevents weeds from growing through and allows water drainage
- Just add play balls to convert into a ball pit
- 12 month manufacturer's warranty against wood rot and insect damage
- Supplied flat packed and pre-drilled with easy assembly instructions
- Easy to assemble in approx. 30 minutes with 1 adult
- Recommended age 18 months+
- Sand/play balls not included
- Weight of sand required: 60 approx
- Assembled size: L0.90 x W0.90 x H0.12m
- Internal dimensions: L0.872 x W0.872 x H0.12m

Warnings
- Always cover the sand pit when not in use
- Regularly check sand for impurities and sharp objects
- Use washed play sand suitable for use in children's sand pits
- Adult supervision recommended at all times
- Adult assembly required
- Minimum user age 18 months
- Maximum user weight 50kg
- Outdoor use only
- Only for domestic use

22 Comments

Original Poster Mod & Ed

expensive litter tray

You REALLY do need a cover if kids will be playing in there, we got the picnic table one last time it came up o offer and thats fab as it has the table top to cover the sand tray. x

Where is a good place to buy sand for it ?

yeah but the one you get in asda at 15 pound has a cover for the top included granted not great but there is one included and the one on amazon is not children under 3 it says which is weird as i thought it was like the op say's 18 months and it states this on asda website

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful1.0 out of 5 stars What a … 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful1.0 out of 5 stars What a waste of money and timeThis was extremely disappointing. Four pieces of wood, a sheet of plastic that the frame sits on. Unless the surface it sits on was laid with a spirit level which most gardens aren't , the sand seeps out of the bottom. The waterproof cover blew off at the first moderate gust of wind. I'm sorry I bothered.Published 22 hours ago by BARBARA DEVERS



Sounds like £11.25 for some planks and a 'Plum' badge to stick on it - think I'll pass, thanks. £30RRP???!!

Im a childminder and I think although they wont be the best, at a tad over a tenner they will be great - even if they last just the one summer. I will however probably put my own base on for extra support. However great price and im sur the kids will love it. I have ordered 2. one for sand and one for balls xxx

You can buy a waterproof tarp (tarpulin cover) at DIY stores for a few pounds delivered on ebay.

Meant to say 15kgs play-sand 2.99 argos, 10 kgs 2.50-Tesco, 5kgs 1 pound Poundland. Seems to be oos at Asda direct.

It says it comes with a cover and from the photos it's a custom sized tarpaulin. Not sure I'd invest even tho my son lives sandpits. The plastic ones seem handier if you get a decent one

Blimey....next time you walk past a skip have a look for an old pallet or something.....pull it apart.....and make a pit for your kids for nowt!.....not that difficult.
You will need a cover for it though.....bloody cats love shi**ing in sand pits believe me!

raised bed for the garden

Did u get baccy guy at work has also asked for Richmond super kings

^good old iPhone putting a text message in hukd pmsl

Hot....cats will love this

Mum2ConnornCerys

Where is a good place to buy sand for it ?


The sand shop

Mum2ConnornCerys

Where is a good place to buy sand for it ?



Not saying its a 'good' place but likely one near you @B&Q

diy.com/nav…285

TheGent

raised bed for the garden

Was thinking the same thing!

Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog PLAYPENNIES

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you can buy sand from Argos or Tesco - £2.99

I bought this last summer and it's still going. It does come with a cover..ok, so just a plastic sheet, but still a cover. My neighbours have cats and they've never used it as a litter tray. The sandpit is literally 4 bits of wood with a plastic sheet attached to the bottom. It's ok, nothing special, but the kids play in it
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