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Docking Port 6' Tunnel by Pacific Play Tents


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Product Information:

  • Overall: 19" H x 19" W x 72" D
  • Overall Product Weight: 5lbs

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  5.0 stars
My 9 month old loves this product from Montrose, NY on 10/13/2015 – Verified Buyer
I have a 9 month old infant who started crawling at 8 months. Since then there has been no stopping him around the house. We purchased this tunnel for him as a way to keep him entertained and it sure serves its purpose. He chases toys and balls back and forth down the tunnel. It's super portable (there are velcro straps that keep it folded together when putting away) that make it really easy to bring along to play dates. The sheer screen on top allows you to keep an eye on your little one and allows for plenty of ventilation. Definitely for young people though as I have tried to chase him through the tunnel and have to inch worm my way through.

Pros: protable, light weight, great for crawlers
Cons: expensive
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  3.0 stars
Does stay on well from Ashburn, VA on 08/29/2015 – Verified Buyer
Like the idea, however does not stay on well to the tent.
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Love it! from Mumbai, India on 01/04/2010 – Verified Buyer
My son got this with the space tent, and it adds a lot. No assembly required, just pop it into the tent. It's very lightweight and packs up very easily. The space tent is fun by itself, but the docking port tunnel makes it even more fun. Really glad we got it!
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easy puirchase, great product from Austin, Texas on 01/04/2010 – Verified Buyer
Love it
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