Build Your Own Den Kit £10 @ The Works

Build Your Own Den Kit £10 @ The Works

If your kids are always borrowing your blankets and the kitchen chairs to build a den this could be a brilliant buy for you, as this Build Your Own Den Kit is just £10 at The Works.

This kit contains 75 pieces with a mixture of sturdy plastic rods and connectors so that children can create and build their very own custom made den. They can design a fort, an igloo, a castle or whatever they want, then pop a blanket over the top and enjoy the den!

An adult will need to help as the connectors do need a grown up to be able to get the rods into place properly, and to make sure they are secure, so this on one to enjoy with the kids rather than send them off to do on their own.

You can use this outside in the garden, or indoors for a fun rainy day activity.

Click and collect is free of charge, home delivery is free on orders of £20 or more, or costs £2.99 when you spend less.

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  • Lolly M.

    i bought this for my 4yr old, it looks great but i have to say we were disappointed in it i wouldn't recommend

    • Teresa H.

      I need this in my life. For the kids of course :smirk: x

      • Jo S.

        It's rubbish!! I bought it and threw it away 2 weeks after

        • Nina F.

          Absolute waste of money, I'm 29 and I really struggled to fit the parts together, incredibly tight fitting, now way a 3 year old can do it.

          • Corrine H.

            Yeah it's good fun once you made it. Quite hard to get the sticks in the balls, I spent a good half hr putting one together 10 mins later it's destroyed as my youngest not the most delicate of children!

            • Jane D.

              Bought this other day, hubby helped our little girl build it with no problems & girls played in it all night :thumbsup_tone2:

              • Fiona E.

                Been looking at these in the works

                • Karen S.

                  :weary:lol it's cool...maybe :thinking:

                  • Kerry T.

                    Really tricky my 8yold struggled . Then he was too big to fit in it

                    • Gemma D.

                      He's a bit fiddly but my 2.5 yr old loves it. He knows if he pulls at it then it'll break but great to put it down at the end of the day into a box without it taking up much storage space!

                      • Rhiannon J.

                        What's wrong with a couple of chairs & a sheet?! x

                        • Helen D.

                          Tilly would love this she'd never be out of it :joy::joy: xxx