Glow In the Dark Crazy Forts

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Crazy Forts are a unique, award winning, building and creative toy. Crazy Forts come with 69 child-safe toggles and rods that join together to build any play space from your child's imagination. Create a "Cave" one day, an "Igloo", "Pirate Ship" or "Castle" the next ... put the pieces together in different configurations, cover with bed sheets and "voila!" kids have a unique new play space every time! Keep the balls in the light, then turn off the lights and watch them glow! Crazy Fort is powered by a child's imagination. Each Crazy Fort Kit contains 25 geometrically precise balls that glow in the dark and 44 sticks that connect to create a multitude of possible play structures.

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Dimensions:10" H × 3.3" W × 16.7" LShipping weight:4.1 lbs.UPC:690396000038

Appropriate for ages: 5 - 9

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Customer Reviews of Glow In the Dark Crazy Forts


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it! I was surprised to see so many negative reviews on this item. My 6 year old received this for Christmas and it has also been enjoyed by my 10 year old. The children definitely needed adult help to make the fort. The pieces are a bit hard to put in. Once I helped them put it all together, we put a couple of sheets on top and they slept in it for two nights. It stayed together very well. I am now ordering a second kit to make a bigger fort. I had fun doing this with them.
Date published: 2014-01-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from fun to build My three grandchildren love to play with this on rainy or stormy days.
Date published: 2013-11-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for under 7 years ! The common negative complaint on this item is that the pieces do not stay connected. On our set 3 of the sticks did not fit snugly when first assembled. After just 3 different projects nearly half of the sticks fit poorly. The problem with younger children is that they tend to knock the sticks out easily during normal play. Once the end of a stick is exposed it becomes potentially a safety hazard to the child especially if the sheet covering the "fort" makes the interior dark and the child cannot see the exposed stick end. The ability of children under 7 to assemble their own "forts" is questionable due to the inconsistent amount of pressure required to connect the sticks to the nodes. In addition, it is too easy to create frame structures that are unstable and therefore likely to fall apart.
Date published: 2013-02-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great family toy My kids (6 and 3) received this as a Christmas gift and they love it! We have already built all the listed ideas and are making up new ones! It requires adults to put them together, but once together the kids have hours of fun in the fort. Some people have complained about them not fitting together correctly, but if you have the arrows on the balls all pointed straight up, you shouldn't have trouble. Also their were complaints about it falling apart, but we haven't found this to be the case. Just keeping an eye out for this to go on sale, so we can get another set and build bigger and more elaborate forts.
Date published: 2013-01-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointing Our kids were given Crazy Forts as a gift last year and we were so excited to get started. Unfortunately, every single time we built a section, we had to go back and fix a previous section and so on. it just kept falling apart and was quite frustrating and disappointing for our kids (age 3 and 6). It's a great idea, but I think they need to make sure the parts actually stay together!
Date published: 2012-11-22