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Felix Sandbox by Gaspo

Felix Sandbox by Gaspo
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Bring the beach to your backyard with this fun, safe and innovative sand box. Assembles quickly and can be placed anywhere in the yard. Roof canopy protects against intense sunlight, rain and keeps the sand clean and sanitized when closed. Roof is easily raised by the crank handle and is locked into position by the safety lock bolt as well. The wood is smoothly finished with softened corners and is treated with an ecology protective water based preservative.

Sandboxes are made from PEFC certified spruce and/pine wood, and treated with a waterbased child safe stain.

Why Buy? Because they work and over 1,000,000 units have been sold in Europe over the past 15 years.

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About the Felix Sandbox by Gaspo

Suggested Retail: $149.99

  • T.U.V. And Bureau Veritas approved, as well as several other certifications
  • Top-grade Austrian pine and spruce
  • Treated with ecologically safe preservative
  • Roof unit lowers and covers sand and toys
  • Closed roof eliminates cat littering
  • Lowering crank has safety brake for easy use
  • Roof material UV stabilized to 50+ protection, highest in the industry.
  • Easy to assemble (instructions included)
  • Made in Austria

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Specifications Notes:

  • Assembled: 44"x44"x48"h / 38.5lbs
  • Box: 48"L x 8"W x 8.9"H / 42lbs
  • Container 40': 968 units

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Reviews

Tom Nagle | 6/9/2016

A Mixed Experience With Assembly

The written instructions for assembly are too concise and the assembly pictures on page four are much too small and too few. The result was that assembly took much longer than necessary to get it "right". Locations where screws are inserted in to the pine wood are not pre-drilled so it is a guess where some of the screws are to be secured/applied. Putting screws into pine boards with knots in the board without being pre-drilled is difficult. Finally, when done with assembly, I ended up a metal cotter pin that I have idea were it belongs.

No I do not recommend this product.

 
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