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    Default Children's tee-pee recomendations

    Hi All,

    I am looking to by my DS a tee-pee as part of his 4th birthday pressie next month.

    There are a few around, and the prices are quite varie. Would be keen to here if anyone has any recomendation on which bran dto purchase?

    The Mocka one seems ok for $99.95, and the Banana J Creations one also looks good for $150, but I really have no experience to determine which is better etc, hence why I am keen to see if others have any they would recommend?

    i am looking at getting a natural coloured teepee, then adding a spalch of colour wiht some pompoms and a flag...

    Thansk all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juzz View Post
    Hi All,

    I am looking to by my DS a tee-pee as part of his 4th birthday pressie next month.

    There are a few around, and the prices are quite varie. Would be keen to here if anyone has any recomendation on which bran dto purchase?

    The Mocka one seems ok for $99.95, and the Banana J Creations one also looks good for $150, but I really have no experience to determine which is better etc, hence why I am keen to see if others have any they would recommend?

    i am looking at getting a natural coloured teepee, then adding a spalch of colour wiht some pompoms and a flag...

    Thansk all!
    My sister got my niece the mocka one in pink - it is super cute

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    Thanks for your response BPAC

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    We have a mocka one as well and it's great.
    Friends have bought other brands and they didn't have thick canvas coated material like ours does, so just one thing to check.

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    We got the neutral one from Mocka and have been very happy with it.

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    We have the mocka one and its great, but I'd only fault the base. Its just a piece of fabric and we have it on floorboards in the lounge which is a bit uncomfortable for me if I'm in there with my legs crossed.

    Its far better looking than the plastic ones that are out there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    We have the mocka one and its great, but I'd only fault the base. Its just a piece of fabric and we have it on floorboards in the lounge which is a bit uncomfortable for me if I'm in there with my legs crossed.

    Its far better looking than the plastic ones that are out there
    We put a folded up doona on the floor of ours and have big cushions in there. It makes it much cosier with padding in there (we have floor boards too).

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    Are the mocka ones quite large?

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    We have the Mocka 'Girly Girl' one and it's so durable as my girls have carted it around room to room at times. They just set themselves up in there with cushions and blankets and it is quite roomy in there actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by My Three Sons View Post
    Are the mocka ones quite large?

    HUGE! Which is great as DD can grow into it but takes up soooo much room in our living room


 

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