Duck Pond Water Table™
Duck Pond Water Table™
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Quack, quack! It is time to splash around with the Duck Pond Water Table by Step2.
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Duck Pond Water Table™
Quack, quack! It is time to splash around with this Step2 Water Table. Water play not only fascinates little imaginations but also encourages sensory skills as kids squeeze the rubber ducks and frog while splashing around in the water. Toddlers can also take turns using the water spinner to crank up the excitement. Preschoolers will have a blast with this pond-themed outdoor play toy! Made in USA of US and imported parts.
- Get water swirling with the center spinner
- Send ducks down the slide or leave them nesting under the slide tower
- Side flipper launches the frog into the pond for a jumpin' good time
- Holds up to four gallons (15 L) of water
- Convenient drain plug for easy draining once playtime is over
- Includes two rubber ducks, squirting frog and scooper
- Tips to enhance product life
- Minimal adult assembly required
RECOMMENDED AGE: 1.5 and up
PRODUCT NUMBER: 842700
DIMENSIONS: 24.50 H 31.50 W 31.50 D
WEIGHT: 10 lbs
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Customer ReviewsRated 5 out of 5 by WhatDoesSheDoAllDay from Splashes of fun for my two girls Thank you to Step2 for letting me test this item as part of the Step2 toy tester program.The Duck Pond was very easy to assemble except the drain plug. It was very difficult to get it seated all the way down, but once you get it in there it keeps water from leaking. All the other pieces snap in easily. The ducks and frog that come with are the perfect size for little hands. My 1 year old and 3 year old love flinging them into the water and sending them down the slide. The table is at a great height for both girls, so we'll get many years of use out of the table. The only downside is that the slide doesn't stay snapped in so it can be bumped out of place and into the water.Date published: 2014-02-28Rated 4 out of 5 by NurseMom from Endless entertainment. My 18 month old loves this water table! We have it outside on the patio, and it's the only thing he wants to do when he's outside. He loves sending the animals that come with this down the slide. He hasn't been able to get the hang of the flipper to fling them into the water, so we help him with that.I chose this water table because my kiddo can reach all the features here, which was not the case with many of the other tables we looked at.We haven't had any problems with leaking since my husband seated the plug properly. When I first set it up, it was too hard for me to push the plug in all the way. He got it in no problem.Very good value for the price, and easy to clean, too.Date published: 2016-11-06Rated 4 out of 5 by The Crazy Mom from Good enough...kiddo is happy Perfect for what we bought it for, a backyard water toy so we wouldn't have to go to a pool every day for her to get her water play fix. It does leak in two spots- the center and by the drain plug, but we got it on sale so for the price we paid- feel it was still worth marking it four stars since she absolutely loves playing with it and keeps her entertained for a couple hours at a time. (We added other floaty friends from the toy box so hence the extra time of enjoyment.)Date published: 2016-03-21Rated 5 out of 5 by Sandy81882 from Very happy! Liked this product very much. Very easy to put together. We have it set up in the house since it is so cold out and my daughter (17 months) loves playing with it even without water in it! Very happy with it and love the spiny thing in the middle. Only wish the slide and flapper would stay in a little better. Comes out a little to easily. Even given that I would still recommend this water table.Date published: 2015-03-31Rated 3 out of 5 by Grandpa. from Drain plug a useless pain. Drain is needless, and plug is extremely difficult to install. Why doesn't the company install the plug? I see many reviews complain of 'leaking' - I'll take a guess that the plugs are not properly seated. I ended up using Vaseline on the plug, and a blunt tipped screwdriver, and finally succeeded in getting the plug in place. Very frustrating, for no good reason.Date published: 2015-05-13Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous from Cute table but item arrived with damaged box I gave this 2 stars because of how the item arrived to me and because Step2 never emailed me back. The box was damaged really bad and the table was very visible due to the damages! I wrote Step2 and even sent a picture but never got a reply..Such a shame too because I have always liked this company. Overall, the table itself is really cute..Date published: 2016-04-15Rated 4 out of 5 by LBolton from Fun Water Table for toddlers Thank you to Step2 for letting me test this item as part of the Step2 toy tester program. The water table was easy to assemble except for the drain plug. I originally installed it and the water table leaked. However my husband was able to install it properly and the leak was gone. You have to squeeze it and put it in and wiggle it around until you get it in there really good! So if it leaks try again. It does work. The drain plug is a great addition to the water table because it allows you to drain the water quickly and is great for those who are not suppose to lift on heavy things. My son used the frog flipper as a spoon or scoop and he really enjoyed turning the spinner and getting himself wet. This is a great water table and looks very well made. We have only used it outside so far but the table can be used inside for sensory play. Filling it with beans, rice, balls or even cotton balls with hidden objects to find would be a great learning activity for when the weather is not cooperating.Date published: 2014-02-19Rated 5 out of 5 by tholt from Great (FUN) product! I shipped this water table to my 5 & 1 year old grand children that live in Florida. During my recent visit, I watched them enjoy this water table. The 1 year old removed any removable piece and tried to drink the water... but with adult supervision... the FUN was endless.Date published: 2016-03-24
Q & AI have a duck pond water table, brand new, and it's leaking. I'm not sure why. Anyone else have this problem?When I first got mine I had issues with it leaking from the water release stopper, but after adjusting it the problem seemed to resolve itself.Date published: 2017-06-16Do you sell just the accessories like the pool slide for this item?You can order accessory sets through our Customer Service Department. Please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you further with this request.Date published: 2017-06-16Was the plug supposed to be packaged with the other parts or toys or loose by itself?If I remember correctly it was in its own bag. I would call Step 2 if yours wasn't included. They have really great customer services and will replace the missing plug fast. Good luck :)Date published: 2017-06-16How do you get the table to stop leaking? Pushed the plug in as far as it will go.Please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you further with this request.Date published: 2017-06-16What is the diameter of the bottom circle the slide is attached to that sits in the table?? We have a water wheel already and I would like to know if I might be able to interchange the two...Could anyone tell me if the area where the slide sits can be interchanged with other pieces from other water table and if so which ones workDate published: 2017-06-16Some of our pieces got lost, is there a way to replace them?I have no idea other than contacting Step 2 directly for replacement.....Date published: 2017-06-16Can the legs be removed for storage?I think they might but very hard to get off so I just leave them on.Date published: 2017-06-16Can this table be taken down/apart for storage? Trying to take the legs off and not having much luck. I don't want to waste any more time if they aren't supposed to come off! :)We gave these tables to our grandchildren. Our kids (the parents) say that they don't think the tables were made to come apart easily. They just keep theirs together when stored.Date published: 2017-06-16