StairSlide - 5 Pack
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Non-slip Grip Bottom
Rubber grips for hard or soft surfaces
Fits Your Stairs
Expands to fit different stair heights
Stacks & Stores
Easily stack and store your slides
Ways to StairSlide
A more gradual slide for younger sliders. Create a softer slope at the bottom.
The traditional way to slide - keep one step at the bottom for landing.
Put some pillows, bean bags, or gym mats at the bottom for softer landings.
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Oh my goodness. I hss as he 3 grandsons visiting. It is the greatest fun on our stairs ever. None stop fun. Highly recommend
Stairslide 5 piece
Bought for my 2 year old great grandson. Currently we are only using 3 because of his age. But he absolutely loves it. It is so easy to set up and take down. Good quality. I love it.
Fun but FAST (ouch)
We wanted this SO badly for so long, and I do love it, but its taken some modifications to make it work. It could be our steep stairs, but it is FAST, and if you rub your arm/foot/etc on the side while going down it gives you a rug bur (slide burn?). (I know because I tried it. LOL. im a grown woman so plus for it being sturdy and holding true to the weight limit). We put a big twin comforter on it and the kids slide down on it so they wont get a "slide burn." This also helps cushion your butt. We got the 5 piece set to do the whole length of the stairs. We can set it up side by side. (2 and 2) and the kids can go together on a shorter slide, which is fun. Its taken some prompting to get them to keep trying it after the injuries, but they are NOT risk takers, they are 4 and 6 and quite timid of new things. We will have some friends over to try it and that should give a better idea of the scare factor. Currently they like taking one piece and putting it as a slide off from their bed, the couch, where ever. You DEFINITELY need a crash pad. We have a foamnasium couch (like a nugget) that works perfectly for this. Overall its a tough call between 3-4 stars, the price would drag it down to 3, but maybe when the kids get braver it will be worth it. At $330 it was quite a pricey "toy purchase" for us, and the rug burn/slide burn factor is a big bummer. In hindsight I think I would do a 3 piece, its a cheaper price, still fun, and you dont pick up as much speed going down. Overall I still think its a cool toy and if you have brave kids who like fast slides, or making indoor obstacle courses and racing, its a good fit for you!
pros and cons
great idea and the kids have a blast most of the time. the rest of the time there are tears as there is no way to lock it in place so it has to be checked often, or the segments slide apart and the gaps send the kids down the stairs instead of the slide. obviously theres some implied risk with sliding down a stair case, but theres some major deign work to be done here.
Kids love it
It's been a month since I bought and kids love playing in it. Make sure you start using it in low intensity levels and then gradually increase to high elevations so the kids get used to it.