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Excelente reGalo de navidad , pero no levanta el agua me parece no tiene suficiente presión aunque sí es para una niña pequeña es lo de menos el material es hermoso y los cubiertos literal se pueden usar para uso humano
The sink, accessories, and design are cute and fun, but have a few cons with the product... 1. The “dirt spots” on the plates and cups don’t actually change color with ice water. I added 12 ice cubes in addition to refrigerated water and even with that it maybe turned half a shade lighter. 2. I cleaned the sink and parts before use but specs of dirt kept coming out from the faucet. I poured out the water twice hoping it just needed some rinsing, but it still kept happening. 3. Water trickles in an uneven flow although that’s not a huge deal. I’m more concerned about the lifetime of the running sink feature as the battery pack is skimming the top of the water and there is no special sealants for the water. I’m giving it a 3 for now because my girls did have fun with it and it’s still a cute set even if you take away the running water and color changing features. We’ll see how it holds up. Hopefully I don’t have to come back to edit my review.
This item is very cute, but it was not quite what I was expecting, and it has a couple aspects that could definitely use improvement. First, I was looking for a toy that would occupy my running water obsessed toddler, while also conserving water, and this seemed to fit the bill. However, in order to make the water run, you need to hold the handle the whole time, which my little one is not able to do by herself, and which would also make playing in the water at the same time as holding the handle difficult. Second, the top part of the sink simply sits on the basin which holds the water, there is no clip or other sort of locking device. My toddler figured this out very quickly, and now she knows that she can take the cover off to just splash in all the water or tip it over and drenched herself and the floor. I’m not sure whether I will save this till she’s a little older, try to find one that allows the water to run without having to hold onto the handle, or go back to just letting her play in the sink!