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Children of all ages love building fun structures where they can play endlessly in their imaginary world. And Crazy Forts makes play so easy and so much fun. Simply connect the balls and sticks and cover the structure with bedsheets to create places where imaginations flourish. Durable, portable and best of all, there's no batteries required.
25 Glow in the Dark balls and 44 sticks
New Stronger Fortified Fit
Just add bedsheets!
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Crazy Forts Glow in the Dark is rated
2.8 out of
Rated 2 out of
Has potentialI bought one set for my 2.5 year old. I think I might have gotten a defective box, it doesn't glow in the dark at all. It's not hard to set up, however the letters are very hard to see, we they were different color. Wish the sticks would screw on to the balls, or locked in to them, the sticks keep coming out when my son climbs in to the structure, you have to be very careful for the sticks not to pop out. In conclusion, don't waste money, especially the glow in the dark set, but it could have great potential, I was thinking of super gluing the structure but then I won't be able to take it apart.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 5 out of
Keeps my 4 y/o busy!Keeps my daughter busy for hours, great toy, doesn't ever fall apart for us, of course glow in the dark balls aren't going to glow forever? Common sense there. My daughter can build it on her own and loves playing with it with her kittys. We use king size sheets on them and works perfectly. Definitely recommend to anyone who HAS the time AND patience to help your little one build.
Date published: 2015-12-08
Rated 2 out of
Too wobblyThe idea of the crazy fort is great, but the poles break easily, so after a few months, we don't have any matching lengths left. And the poles don't stay in the balls, they come off way too easy, so the entire construction collapses constantly, leaving my construction workers frustrated. If these issues could be improved it would be a great toy!
Date published: 2015-02-18
Rated 4 out of
Great toy, but you need multiple setsYou don't need an engineering degree to build with Crazy Forts, but you do need some common sense and patience to design structures that won't collapse. If you build walls that go straight up without any reinforcement, of course they'll fall over. And it should go without saying, but plastic sticks aren't designed to handle the weight of heavy blankets. Sheets are fine, so long as you've built a solid structure. The most important thing is to always make sure the arrows on the balls are pointing straight up. Once you figure out how to use them effectively, the possibilities really open up. That being said, you need two or more sets to create a big enough play area inside (or do anything truly creative). And while I think the price is reasonable for what you get in a box, multiple sets add up quickly. If I could change one thing, it would be for the sticks to lock in to the balls somehow, rather than being a friction fit that can come lose when force is applied.
Date published: 2014-03-11
Rated 1 out of
Disappointment in a BoxAfter several attempts to put the fort together, I gave up after pieces of it kept falling down, even with a very light sheet on over it.