Step2 PAW Patrol Water Table683/4847

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This Step2 Water Table lets little ones help Ryder look for doggies in the water through the periscope on top of Lookout Tower. Tots will be wagging their tails for hours of fun with this sensory play table. Children can help Ryder and friends speed off to rescue by sending pups down the water slide for a fast and fun way to start the rescue. They can fill this water table with rice or beans for additional indoor sensory play!

Scoop, strain, splash, squirt and save the day on the PAW Patrol water table.

Help Ryder look for doggies in distress through the periscope and send the pups down the water slide for a fast and fun way to start the rescue.

Scoop water and pour it into the lookout tower to get the spinner spinning, speed up the rescue by following the flow of the current.

Soak the heroes with the water launcher, but be carfeull they'll spray you back!

PAW Patrol themed water table includes three of your favourite characters.

  • Capacity 15 litres.
  • Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
  • Size H62.2, W80, D80cm.
  • Weight 4.5kg.
  • Minimal assembley.
  • For ages 18 months and over.
  • 3 year manufacturer's guarantee.
  • EAN: 733538779499.

WARNING(S):

  • Only for domestic use.
  • To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.
  • Only to be used in water where the child is within its depth and under adult supervision.
  • This toy does not provide protection.
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Paw patrol water table

Good quality item. Provides hours of fun.

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Paw Patrol water table

My two boys have had hours of fun with this water table. It is a really nice toy.

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Lots of fun

The kids love the water table and 'firing' the characters about. We haven't used it with water in yet as the weather hasn't been great since we got it. But I've been warned by a friend that to be able to spin the water with the wheel in the middle it needs to be very full which means that everyone gets soaked, but I guess that is part of the fun with this type of toy.

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