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A:It’s around 4x4x2. My wife and I can play inside with our toddler and it’s not uncomfortable. If you would like to extend it, just buy another set since the extension is pricier.
A:BPA information may be provided on the manufacturer’s website. If not, their contact info is on the site, so you can ask them.
A:Yes. We bought two of these and were able to connect them together to make a bigger space with two activity panels (each of these comes with one activity panel).
A:It is and for two the extensions will be more room. I like mine the only problem I have with this play yard is when my 9 month old started pulling up on the sides sometimes she would slip and her arm would get stuck in between the slats. She never really got hurt but, but I was worried she was going to twist it the wrong way.
A:No there isn’t really any way of mounting it to the wall. There is suction cups underneath to keep it somewhat in place, but definitely not enough to keep it from moving when babies are older.
A:It depends on if you get the basic set, or the extension panels. The basic set comes with four panels, but then each of those panels connect to another with a connector panel. Those are the yellow panels you see in the picture.
A:Hi, pls check on the BACK side of the Panel with lights. You will find a small compartment with a screw next to the Warning label. You will have to remove the screw in order to open the battery compartment and change the batteries. Hope this helps.
A:Yes, our little boy pulls himself up all the time using it to help steady him. He and his friends have cruised around the edges holding on for balance (we have 2 fastened together so it’s quite a large space).
A:I don’t imagine it would ever stick to a floor, but I have used sections propped behind furniture to block off the kitchen.
A:Prior to purchasing this I had read some reviews that stated that the enclosure was on the small side. Not much larger than a standard-sized play-pen which we already had. One reviewer noted that it was almost more cost effective to just buy two playzones if you were thinking of buying the extension panels. It has be…
Prior to purchasing this I had read some reviews that stated that the enclosure was on the small side. Not much larger than a standard-sized play-pen which we already had. One reviewer noted that it was almost more cost effective to just buy two playzones if you were thinking of buying the extension panels. It has been awhile since I did the math on that but we wound up taking that advice and buying two and connecting them in our living room. I am looking at the setup now and it makes about an 8′ x 5.5′ oval. We threw a 2″ thick Alzip mat down inside (no detectable toxic out-gassing from the foam) for cushioning and set up all of our little one’s toys in there. It has worked out pretty well. It’s large enough for mom, grandma, or me to play with her in there and she has learned to crawl, stand upright, and has even started walking, all within the 2 playzones connected together. It’s nice because it is a large enough enclosure to allow her to explore but keeps her away from glass, marble, and other furniture made from toddler unfriendly materials. She is almost one year old now and we would not have gotten anywhere close to that much use out of just one playzone. Plus I have the flexibility to break these down into smaller enclosures for travel, placing in multiple rooms, gating off other rooms, etc.
A:This playzone does not mount to a wall.
A:I have a in home childcare and pre school. The room I use it in is carpeted and I have not had any problems with it. I love it! It comes apart easy for storage and putting it together is the same, very easy. It is made of high quality material.
A:Absolutely! I still use it with my 13 month old who tries to push it all around. I have a foam floor cute to fit in the opening and I think that may keep it from moving around.
A:Plastic. Some of the decals might be paper.
A:Outdoors use should be fine, it is all hard plastic! I have used it on hardwood floor but with a blanket under it to protect the floor. Hope that helps!
A:Don’t know if you can buy just the electronics panel, but we bought a whole extra set and joined it all together – so we have a huge play area and 2 electronic panels. Our little boy sometimes plays with the panel, but also is happy to play in there with his own toys. The panel is also quite big, so 2 babies could pl…
Don’t know if you can buy just the electronics panel, but we bought a whole extra set and joined it all together – so we have a huge play area and 2 electronic panels. Our little boy sometimes plays with the panel, but also is happy to play in there with his own toys. The panel is also quite big, so 2 babies could play together with it.
A:each panel is about 24 inches width and tall
A:this playpen is a lifesaver and a lot of fun. It has no suction at the bottom. It has no floor but that can be easily purchased separately. Truly one of the best purchase we made for the baby.
A:I don’t think so because the orange pieces are corner units. It is pretty big.
A:not sure but one is about 4ft long and about 3 to 31/2 feet wide . Two children can play in one and sleep too. I love it
A:There are few big colourful “button” and by pressing each button will produce a tune. There is no turn on/off. If you don’t put battery then it would be no sound.
A:It was a gift, I don’t know,sorry.
A:they are about 52″ connected 1 blue and 2 yellow connectors. The kids love it . worth every penny. you won’t be sorry.
A:Hi my son is 15 mos and he stands up all day – I have the play and in a corner of living room and keep it in place with a chair on one side and a toy chest on the other …..he can’t move the walls – it keeps him contained And both of us happy……make sure you take the rubber stoppers off the bottom – they are a cho…
Hi my son is 15 mos and he stands up all day – I have the play and in a corner of living room and keep it in place with a chair on one side and a toy chest on the other …..he can’t move the walls – it keeps him contained And both of us happy……make sure you take the rubber stoppers off the bottom – they are a choking hazard.
A:I have not used on Laminate I used on Tile w/o issue. Please keep in mind you will need a material flooring as there is not bottom to Playzone. I bought the rubber alphabet squares from Amazon. The Playzone does not stay together have to keep reconnecting the pegs. I personally would not recommend this product.
A:I would not use it as a gate, it is more of an enclosure to keep the kid in. It is stable only when all four walls are attached to each other. If you use individual or several panels as a gate between walls it seems like it would fall. Actually we are buying four additional panels because it is kind of small for the ki…
I would not use it as a gate, it is more of an enclosure to keep the kid in. It is stable only when all four walls are attached to each other. If you use individual or several panels as a gate between walls it seems like it would fall. Actually we are buying four additional panels because it is kind of small for the kid to play longer inside. They sell gates but I don’t think that’s suitable for that purpose.
A:approx. 42″ x 26″ x 8″ sturdy cardboard
A:Each corner and side can be detached from each other but there is no way to keep it safely up if baby decides to pull up on it. This is a great play yard, very durable and you can buy extensions.
A:I bought the interlocking 24″ foam colored blocks in Home Depot. Perfect!
A:Not intended for carpets I have it placed on mats and the floor suctions won’t stick, but overall it’s really nice for playtime
A:6 to 18 moths … 2 years is too old
A:yes, you can purchase a set of two pieces to make it a rectangle. It’s an option.
A:It doesn’t without extension kit. Just detached them and put them away…very simple as the installation.
A:Hi Jialu Every wall of the playzone have rubber suction cups on the bottom to prevent movement. If the baby is super active then its definitely possible the playzone can shift a little but not a lot. Thank You
A:If the electronic one comes with extra yellow side, then yes. Otherwise it will only replace a plain panel, but not extend the size.
A:Good question, Im not sure. You would have to contact the makers of this product. If they fall out, you don’t need to buy replacements because they pop right back in. Only if you loose one.
A:It would need to be disassembled before moving. You might be able just take apart a couple pieces and collapse, but it isn’t sturdy enough to just move! Baby on the walls has been fine. My 11 month old does her darnedest to get out, but has never been successful. It never looks like its going to fall.
A:Yes but it come with only 4 panels. You will need to order more panels so baby can move around with less restriction.
A:Probably around 2 feet tall. My son is about 33 inches tall, and he is just big enough to climb over.
A:Don’t know but it’s a fantastic play yard. Get the extensions too!