KidKraft Deluxe Activity Cube

July 6, 2017 - Comment
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(as of November 22, 2017 11:46 pm UTC - Details)

The Kidkraft new Deluxe Activity Cube helps with the development of shape recognition, color recognition and eye-hand coordination. Young boys and girls have tons of fun exploring each side of the cube. Features include:

Product Features

  • Bright, colorful artwork on every piece and every panel
  • 21 beads for pushing and pulling along the long, winding tracks, turning gears
  • Spinning pieces, one for each letter of the alphabet — perfect for practicing those ABCs
  • Abacus includede
  • Assists development of shape recognition, color recognition and eye-hand coordination

Comments

Amber Macdonald says:

Poorly Made and Not Durable We’ve had this for about two months now and it’s falling apart. Screws have fallen out, which almost went in my daughter’s mouth, a gear has fallen off, one of the handles is unscrewing, and there isn’t a way to fix it without taking several things apart, and the top racks are very, very loose. I can just see one of them coming out and blinding my kids, so it’s going in the trash. I didn’t expect an heirloom, but I thought it’d last longer than a few weeks.

Michael S. Placzek says:

I am not someone who writes reviews, but feel … I am not someone who writes reviews, but feel compelled to do so. I received it with the letter “V” broken in half and the alphabet was incorrectly assembled and not in alphabetic order. My husband had to take it apart and reassemble it.

JGal says:

Beware of the red wire… This pains me to write this review. I searched all over for the perfect activity cube for my 12 month old son. I wanted something with primary colors, and one that had fun sides. I loved all of the sides of this cube, loved the look and was anxious to get it. When I got the item, I noticed that the red wire on the top was very wiggly and wobbly. I figured it was just a defective unit. So I returned the item and ordered another. it has the SAME PROBLEM. The red wire was loose and I could see it…

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