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Plum Products Sand Pit Review

Even in winter The Consumer Voice kids play outdoors as the cold doesn’t stop them. They have oodles of space and of course love all toys they can use. The latest is a sandpit for our Plum Products sand pit review. We bought this as it was more expensive than others and so seemed to be of a higher quality.

We also loved the size as we wanted to make sure adults and children could dig together. We weren’t disappointed.  It is quite strong and durable and seems to handle bad British weather well however the cover is fiddly and won’t withstand even the tiniest breeze. We used straps from the roof rack of a car to ensure it stayed on tightly enough.

It has very small seats at the sides which are not comfortable or strong enough to hold the sand but all in all it looks good, it does the job and it’s big enough for two!

We did like the Plum Products Sandpit, but we think it could be improved. There’s no liner, the seats could be bigger and it needs to be a bit more durable. If you are good with a drill, you could make this sandpit using old palette wood. make sure you sand the sides to stop splinters for your little ones.

Even in winter The Consumer Voice kids play outdoors as the cold doesn't stop them. They have oodles of space and of course love all toys they can use. The latest is a sandpit for our Plum Products sand pit review. We bought this as it was more expensive than others and so seemed to be of a higher quality. We also loved the size as we wanted to make sure adults and children could dig together. We weren't disappointed.  It is quite strong and durable and seems to handle bad British weather well however the cover is fiddly and…

Review Overview

Quality
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Value for Money

Wouldn't buy next time

Summary : A well functioning sandpit that could be improved for the price

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About Martina Mercer

Martina Mercer is a freelance marketing consultant copywriter and author. She combines her psychology and business expertise to deliver copywriting services and advice on the consumer journey to many big named brands. Her real passion is writing and you'll find her articles and books all over the web along with a few awards she's won, such as The Working Mum of the Year 2014. She always loves to connect and is always open to new opportunities so don't hesitate to get in touch through LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or email. Martina is also the editor of Sunday Woman Magazine the luxury lifestyle mag for over 30 women with a brain :)
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