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    Default Sand & Water Table - recommendations please!

    We have recently moved into a house with a great backyard for DS to play in and I really want to get him a sand & water table.

    Can anyone recommend a particular one? Or advise what to avoid when buying one?

    I'm hoping to spend under $50, but if it's the kind of thing you're best to spend more on for quality, I will consider buying him a more deluxe one for Xmas.

    Thanks

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    Subbing want one for my ds

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    Have a look on pinterest at the DIY sand/water tables. It's amazing what you can do with a plastic container. I've got my brother making DS one.

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    Kmart has them. I don't have one but they don't look too bad.

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    Check gumtree. I got a second hand Step2 sand and water table for $35 and its brilliant.

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    I have a K Mart one, it was $25 and it's awesome. good quality.

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    Awesome! I'm getting one, thanks OP!

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    We also have the $25 one from Kmart and its great - we haven't put sand in ours yet, we have just been using it for water.

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    So the $25 Kmart one is a winner?

    Jackpot! The price IS right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post
    So the $25 Kmart one is a winner?

    Jackpot! The price IS right
    yep trust me you won't be disappointed. I have actually seen the identical one but in a different brand selling at $60!!! glad I went the K Mart one. even the accessories were identical.


 

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