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$90.00


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This strong and versatile red plastic play tray features a water release plug in the base for easy discharge. Includes a strong tubular frame fitted with two lockable casters for easy movement. The tray measures 110 x 60.5 x 21.5cm deep, and weigh 8kgs. The colored tubular steel frame is designed to hold the Sand and Water Play Tray. Two heights of frame are available,

This strong and versatile red plastic play tray features a water release plug in the base for easy discharge. Includes a strong tubular frame fitted with two lockable casters for easy movement. The tray measures 110 x 60.5 x 21.5cm deep, and weigh 8kgs. The colored tubular steel frame is designed to hold the Sand and Water Play Tray. Two heights of frame are available, #66020 Frame stands 40cm high. #66021 Frame stands 58cm high. Sturdy plastic lid cover included.

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DT reader Melanie has been keeping me up-to-date on their tryout of the translucent plastic Play Tray from the Danish company, 4mykid. Her verdict: it's "worth every kroner." [Though to be clear, those kroners and euros are probably feeling a bit cheaper to someone spending their newly powerful Candian Dollars.]

Darn bad news on the plastic Playtray for those who avoid products containing phthalates, PVC, or bisphenol-a. As you may know there is federal legislation in the works seeking to ban such chemicals from baby, toddler, and feeding products since they have been proven to be endocrine disruptors in animal studies. According to the chemical test report sent to me from their Rep the tray does contain phthalates, Pb, 8 ppm. I would have included the document if I could figure out how to attach it into this comment. For more info on plastic safety see thesoftlanding blog. Know that plastic recycling code #s 2, 4, 5, and only some of the 7's (the compostables for ex.) are safer plastics. So disappointing!