Scoop water to the top tier and create a tidal wave or a waterfall fun
Stay cool from the hot summer with an included umbrella
Includes a 11pc accessory set
Suggested age: 18 months & above
Made from durable plastic material
Dimensions (Overall): 20 inches (H) x 40.75 inches (W) x 25 inches (D)
Suggested Age: 18 Months and Up
Weight: 15 pounds
Capacity (Volume): 5 gallon
Assembly Details: Adult assembly required, tools not provided
Educational Focus: Large motor skills
Activity Surface: Plastic
Item Number (DPCI): 204-12-0151
Featuring a fish flipper, catapult, water spinner and a waterfall, this splash-tactic toy is going to make your little one eagerly wait for playtime everyday! Go on & bring home the Step2 Spill & Splash Water Table & watch your little one splash away their day with total happiness! This kids water table has two levels for extra fun- the top tier creates a waterfall that flows into the lower tier for total tidal fun. This Splash Seaway Water Table also comes with various water toys for scooping, pouring and more, so that they can send the swimmers for a deep sea dive off the diving board. This awesome water table from Step2 comes with a drain plug so you don't have to ever worry about unwanted spill of water once the kids are done playing. The table comes with an umbrella as well, so your little one can skip the sun under it and go on with their fun.
Water becomes trapped inside the unit. The drain holes are nice, but would be better if the unit was completely sealed so no water could enter. Drain hold also have a lip on the inside to prevent water from flowing out of the holes easily.
My son loves this water table! It’s the perfect height (both sides) for him, he’s 16 months. However I think kids even younger... 9/10 months (If they can stand assisted) would enjoy it since it’s pretty short. Kids 2 years and old will probably have to lean over. The toys it comes with are interactive and I appreciate the umbrella. It was easy to put together.
One major flaw is there is no way to drain the basins. It would have been great to have a lid or a drain. It’s a bit of a task to dump the water and clean it out.