$70 - $80
The Step2 Crabbie Sandbox is a brightly colored crab character sandbox for outdoor play fun.
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This Step2 Sandbox is a brightly colored crab character sandbox with cover for outdoor play fun. Tots will have a blast in the backyard working together to dig up buried treasure. The durable structure and design will make this toy an outdoor favorite for both parents and youngsters. Made in USA.
- Fun character sandbox promotes imaginative play
- Sculptured shell lid protects sand from animals and pets
- Two molded-in "claw" seats
- Maximum weight per seat: 35 lbs (15.87 kg)
- Holds 300 lbs. (136 kg.) of sand
- Sand and accessories not included
- Fully assembled
RECOMMENDED AGE: 1 and up
PRODUCT NUMBER: 740500
DIMENSIONS: 16.00 H 47.00 W 47.50 D
WEIGHT: 28 lbs
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Customer ReviewsRated 5 out of 5 by WendyInABQ from Durable, Fun Outdoor Toy! We bought the Step2 Crabbie Sandbox when my son was almost 2 years old to help give him some relief from the heat wave that was happening at the time. He's always loved water, so we filled it with water at first with no problems, and then in the fall, we put in sand and "buried treasure" for him to find. In the summer, we just packed up the sand and turned it back into a pool! Because it can be used for 2 different things, my son has not lost interest in it (he's almost 5 now) and he enjos it all year round. I especially like the lid that keeps dirt, leaves and bugs out of the sand and water.We store it in the garage during the colder months and use it almost exclusively in the shade to protect my son's skin and to add to the longevity of the sandbox, so it still looks and works perfectly with absolutely no cracks in the plastic or leaks. We expect it to look great for many more years before we pass it on to a younger friend.Added bonus: We dump the water in the yard once a week - it's covered when not in use, so it doesn't get very dirty - and the sudden influx of large amounts of water brought our sickly-looking Asian Pear tree back to life, yielding 50-60 pounds of fruit by the end of this summer! We hate to waste water because we live in the high desert, but I feel like giving our family fresh, dried and canned pears for the rest of the year makes up for it. :-)Date published: 2015-11-12
Q & ACan I not order this from Step2 at all?The Crabbie Sandbox is an in-store exclusive product and is unable to be ordered directly from <a href="http://Step2.com." target="_blank">Step2.com.</a> We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.Date published: 2018-03-27What is the interior depth of this product? All of your dimensions listed seem to only specify exterior dimensions that include the lid.The interior dimensions of the the Crabbie Sandbox™ are 36 inches wide by 36.5 inches long by 7.5 inches deep.Date published: 2018-03-27How do I remove water from the sandbox? We had a thunderstorm come through and blow the top off, now the box is full of sand AND water.If your product is accumulating water, you can drill a ¼ hole on bottom away from any seam line, tip it and this should drain out the water. If you have additional questions about this process please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you.Date published: 2018-03-27Does this sandbox have a bottom?Yes, this sandbox does have a bottom.Date published: 2018-03-27What are the dimensions of the box? Will I be able to get this home in a passenger car with the back seats folded down?This sandbox is packaged in a 48.25" x 46.5" x 10" box.Date published: 2018-03-27What are the interior dimensions of the crab?The inside dimensions of this sandbox are 7.5"H x 36.5"L x 36"W.Date published: 2018-03-27How old a child can play in the crab sandbox? Will they outgrow it by age 6 ?The maximum weight limit for the seat (claw) is 35 lbs.Date published: 2018-03-27How much sand to use? An average estimate would be appreciated. Thanks!This sandbox can hold up to 300 lbs. of sand.Date published: 2018-03-27