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Step2 Shady Oasis Sand & Water Play Table

by Step 2
1 customer review

Price: CDN$ 134.46
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  • 2 separate sides: one for water, the other for sand
  • Raised design keeps feet clean and dry
  • 2 molded-in sections function as canals, moats, lakes, harbors, and more
  • Includes 3 cups, 1 funnel, 1 waterwheel tower, 1 paddle wheel with holder, and one heavy duty 40" (1.02 m) umbrella (sand not included)
  • Holds 40 lbs (18 kg) of sand & 3 gal (11.4 L) of water
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 80 x 116.8 x 71.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 9 Kg
  • Item model number: 800700
  • ASIN: B003FJ62DM
  • Date first available at Nov. 8 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #84,753 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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Product Description

Dual sand & water table for double the fun! Made in USA of US and imported parts. Umbrella made in China.

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I bought this sand and water table for my son who is 18 months old. He absolutely loves it! Set up was quick and easy and the umbrella is super cute and protects him from the sun! All parts are easy to clean and the water table plug comes out for easy empty.

I really wish this item came with a top to cover the sand from rain and wind. On a windy day the sand will fly around.

All of the included toys are great for hand eye coordination and easy to clean
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71 of 72 people found the following review helpful
Buy separate sand and water tables - not this combo table July 6 2010
By R. Stewart - Published on
It seems like a great idea to have sand AND water all in one toy, right? Here's the problem. While the water side does have a drain, it only drains the water out of the main basin. There is another basin (where the water wheel is) that remains filled with water. It is IMPOSSIBLE to get all of the water out of this thing without turning it over, and therefore also dumping out all of the sand on the sand side of the table. You can't leave the water in the table because it gets stagnant and gross and is a mosquito breeding ground. The two sides of the table don't separate, so you can't just take the water side off to dump the water at the end of the day. My solution: I filled up both sides of this table with sand, and plan to buy a separate water table that I can dump ALL of the water out of at the end of the day.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Loads of fun but quality is poor June 15 2012
By CarolinaMama - Published on
We purchased this table for my 11 month old son who LOVES water and splashing. After months of him going after the dog bowl we bought this water table. He LOVES it. I fill both sides up with water as I think the sand would be an issue crossing into the water and he is not yet into sand. The main issue with this table is that the table legs fits so tightly into the sockets that the plastic holdings break. After reading reviews on this table elsewhere it looks to be a universal problem. I hope that the legs hold up.

Three issues need to be addressed by the makers of this table....

1.) the umbrella is too small and due to the material it provides zero shade
2.) there needs to be a plug in both wells for drainage.
3.) the plastic holdings tend to crack when assembling the legs of the table.

While we hope to enjoy this table this summer I am skeptical as to whether it will hold up next year or for another child.

We purchased this table at Walmart where it was $20 cheaper than amazon.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Needs to come with cover March 19 2014
By Jessica - Published on
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Ok table but needs to come with a cover....There is no way to keep it clean and nice with no cover.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Hours of fun Sept. 19 2013
By mary - Published on
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We bought this for our grandson, and gave it to him for his first birthday last February. Of course, he didn't play with it until summer, but by the time May, June, July and August rolled around it was perfect for him. He spent hours with the water play and never got bored with it. Great gift!
16 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Sand and Water table April 17 2011
By A. Fisher - Published on
My daughter absolutely loves this table! It keeps her busy in the backyard for hours!

It is really simple to assemble and only requires a Phillips screwdriver. Total assembly time was about 30 minutes. It is also really lightweight, so it wasn't any trouble to carry up and down stairs (to hide it before Easter) and then to move it outside. It is a little cumbersome to move because of the shape, but very easy overall.

I purchased this intending to use it only as a water table, and it works very well for that purpose. Put any two-year old near sand and water and they will just make a big muddy mess. I also believe that it would be difficult to clean out without dumping the sand out.

There were a few reviews saying that the water becomes a stagnant mess after sitting for a while. This would be true in any instance, not because of the design of the toy. I've had a very easy time keeping it clean with almost no effort. After she is done playing I simply open the drain and let the water in that side run out, and then tip the unit on it's side to dump out the rest of the water. Either leave it that way until the next play session or turn it back over and let the sun dry it completely (we live in Arizona so it dries really quickly).

I think it would also work really well as a sand-only table, but we haven't ever tried it with sand. I do like that it is elevated on smooth plastic legs so that I wouldn't have to worry about scorpions (fun, right?!) climbing up and making their home in there if we did use it for sand.

The other sand/water tables on the market all seem to be designed in a similar way, so they all have the same pros and cons.

Overall I'm very pleased with this purchase!

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