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Playskool Play Favorites Sit 'N Spin

Here's the classic toy that started the playtime revolution. When kids sit on the sturdy base, all they have to do is turn the wheel to set the fun in motion. The whirling and twirling action is all up to them -- they can turn slowly for a gentle ride or fast for fun round-and-round excitement. Adult assembly is required.

  • Product Dimensions (inches): 4 (L) x 18 (W) x 18 (H)
  • Age: 18 months to 5 0.5 years

  • Recommended Ages:2 and up

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    Playskool Playskool Sit And Spin

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    By Sunshine

    from Miami, fl

    About Me First Time Parent

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    • Durable
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Lightweight


    • Poor Construction

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      Comments about Playskool Sit And Spin:

      Okay so this products make no sense. My 18 month old who is the 25 percentile weighs about 22 lbs and is about 31". Strong kid lots of energy loves to spin herself around on foot. Not only is she too big and her but slides right off when she tries to spin as she doesn't get the idea to do a tight enough Indian style leg cross around the center wheel. She is also not physically capable at this size to be spinning all the way around. Yet she is too big for it? Whose idea was this? Simply makes no sense and renders the product not usable. She just kind of goes half way around back and forth if that makes sense. Which she doesn't mind but she could be getting so much more out of it. Bring back the old school sit and spin please! I am going onto an auction site and buying a vintage one now. Save yourself the hassle.

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