Collapsible Beach Pail
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Collapsible Beach Pail

Featuring a collapsible design, this innovative pail and shovel folds into a compact silhouette for travel.

$15.00

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What a great product! Great for the beach and travel.

5

Great product. It held a lot of legos.

Bloomfield, Michigan

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Awesome

5

This beach pail was a hit with my 7year old granddaughter who spends long days at the beach with her surfing brother. It seems very sturdy and Mom loved it also! The included shovel could be a little more substantial. It doesn't quite matched the quality and sturdiness of the pail.

San Diego

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Fun-filled buckets!

5

All of us loved them.

Sandusky, Ohio

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A must have for kids!!

5

I bought these pails for my grandchildren who regularly go to the beach. I'm using them as their Easter baskets this year. They are durable and fold down to fit perfectly in the beach bag. By mistakenly I ordered 4 when I only needed 2. I decided to keep for future grandkids as I find the item well worth the money!!

Canadensis, PA

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Great items, bright color.

5

My son was amazed how easily the pail collapsed. He loves to carry it around and collect things.

Brooklyn Park, MN

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Packable and fun

5

This was a great packable toy for plane trip to the beach.

Indianapolis, IN

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Bucket great...shovel not so much

4

Bought this for a trip to Florida, needed some beach toys for my daughter that wouldn't take up a lot of space. The bucket is great, seems like it'll last quite a while and does fold up nicely. It's a little difficult to collapse and open up, but my daughter is only 15 months so perhaps that's just because she's so young. The shovel is a flimsy item that barely looks like it'll hold up to more than three shovelfuls of wet sand. Still worth buying, but you may want to find a sturdier shovel.

Williamsburg, VA

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Sturdy

4

As expected

Trussville, Al

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Sturdy packable beach bucket

5

I purchased this as we will be taking a beach vacation over Easter this year and my child is worried the bunny won't find her in Florida. I was very happy to find something I could hide easily enough in the suitcase. We haven't yet used it, but it appears to be a very sturdy, good quality pail. I was also pleasantly surprised to see that it comes with a equally sturdy scoop and not a flimsy little shovel. I would definitely recommend this product to a friend. We are anxiously awaiting building sand castles during spring break with it.

Michigan

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Excellent product

5

Perfect for the suitcase

CA

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Collapsible Beach Pail

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