#B2B Magic Cabin – Learning Tower Review & $100 GC Giveaway!

Magic Cabin is a great site for any parent, grandparent, or gift giver. They have amazing selections at affordable prices and allow you to shop by age, price point, and interests to make all of your shopping experiences quicker and easier.
As I went through pages of great toys it was really hard for me to settle on just one item. They had options for children of all ages. I found item after item that would make both my boys very happy. After spending sometime on their site I finally decided to get something that would benefit both my kids.
I chose the Learning Tower in Ebony. It’s available in four color options: ebony, natural, blur, and green. It retails for $199.99 and has so m

Young children can safely participate in family activities like making cookies, washing dishes and preparing meals with this adjustable, multi-tasking, elevated stool. The roomy Learning Tower features four side railings, stable no-tip base and a standing platform that easily adjusts to four different heights as your child grows.

The box that arrived was a lot smaller then I thought it would be- you can see it under the two larger pieces. At first I thought from the number of pieces that this was going to be difficult or time consuming to put together – but it wasn’t. My 9 year old son built it independently and had it done in 20 minutes.

First steps were to build the support.
Next you’re going to want to prepare your screws.
Then attache your supports to the sides. You see it coming together this quickly!
Next you’re going to attach the middle sides.
Then the higher side supports.
Attach the other large side piece.
See how quickly its all coming together now?
As you can see I turned around for a minute to help Gavin with something and he had already cleared a step as the side was on in the above picture.
Slide in the foot piece and its done. The Learning Tower has three adjustable heights which is great for different things you’d like to do or for your growing child. While my kitchen is too small for this learning tower its going to get lots of use at Nanny’s house. Nanny bakes with the boys regularly and Gavin usually stands on a chair to reach the table.
Gavin stood, jumped, and moved around The Learning Tower and while I stood close for safety the Learning Tower never budged. It’s sturdy and I have no worries about Gavin being in it unlike that kitchen chair that he can slip on or tip over.
The Learning Tower is available for purchase for $199.98. You can also transform your Learning Tower with a Play House Kit for $38.98 or add an Art Easel to it for $69.98!

J. Leigh Designz Review Policy: I was provided with the featured item(s) at no cost by the manufacturer and/or its PR agency in order to test the products abilities and give my own personal opinions on it. The opinions I have given are mine and may differ from others but it was not influenced in any manner by monetary means.

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