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BUSA Play tunnel

Price $ 19.99
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How to get it

It’s such an adventure to hide inside the tunnel and to discover what awaits you on the other side. You can crawl through it much faster than mom or dad – they always get stuck somewhere in the middle.

Article Number901.920.14

Product details

Crawling helps the brain to sort sensory impressions and develops motor skills.

No assembly required; easy to use.

Press together to save space when not in use.


Maria Vinka

  • May be completed with BUSA tent. Attaches to the tunnel with touch-and-close fastening.

    Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.

  • Material
    100 % polyester
    Polyethylene foam

    Hand wash warm water.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dry clean.

  • Recommended for children 18 months and older.


Length: 145 cm (57 ")

Diameter: 46 cm (18 ")

  • BUSAArticle Number901.920.14

    Height: 9 cm (3 ½ ")

    Weight: 1.28 kg (2 lb 13 oz)

    Diameter: 49 cm (19 ¼ ")

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

TunnelChristineGreat tunnel for kids. Soft and flexible. I use it in a daycare without any issues of safety. Holds up well .5
My toddler loves this 💜SELINAMy daughter got this for her 2nd birthday and she's absolutely obsessed with it. It's easy to put together and put away5
Puppy play tunnelKarenWhen our puppy outgrew the cat tunnel we’d gotten from IKEA a few months back, we upgraded to this larger sized one. So far, she loves it and it’s holding up well. Would recommend 😀5
Fun!TamaraMy child loves playing with her new tunnel and especially loves it when I try to go through it.5
Excellent play value. The factFrancesExcellent play value. The fact that it folds up compactly is a big advantage.5
My 15 month old grandsonCHARITOMy 15 month old grandson loves it.4
Hardly use itAshlee M.It's too expensive for what it is. Adults (even petites) can't crawl through it with the kids. It's a bit of a pain to collapse/fold back up. It rolls as they try to crawl through, so it's difficult for them to keep their balance inside. My daughter just lays inside it rather than crawling in and out of it. She hardly ever plays with it. I would not buy it again nor would I recommend it.2
Extra fun for my grandbabiesMARYExtra fun for my grandbabies5
Love itLauraI really love it n so does my grandson. The only reason I didn’t give it a 5 star is that I like crawling through it with him but find that it’s just a little too narrow. I’m 5’3 n 110lbs n I have to do a soldier crawl. Other than that we’re really enjoying it.4
This is great fun forNancyThis is great fun for the grandchildren and plan on buying more link together.5
Des heures de plaisir!Selma A.Ce tunnel a été très utilisé chez nous! Je confirme, il est solide! Nous l’avons voyagé à l’intérieur, dans la cour, au parc… Il est encore intact.5
TunnelNajiaMy 2 years like it a lot. I could give him when he was younger. I also have the tent to be attached with it, brought from IKEA. The set up is great.5
My cats love this tunnelSaraMy cats love this tunnel5
Best tunnel ever!AMBERThis is one of the best and strongest tunnels I have seen for children. It lasts a very long time and through many children.5
Too expensiveANUJFor what it is, $5 too expensive5
Great for young childrenMARNEYUseful, safe & reasonably priced product.5
Little boys favourite thingDARCIEThis was a very good spend my son loves it and we use it for so many games.5
Great giftCHARWe got this as a gift before in the past, and just bought one as a gift for someone else. The kids loved it. You can collapse it and put it away easily.4
Great fun!MaryI got my Great-Nephew this for his 1st birthday, and he loved it. He squealed and giggled as he crawled inside.5
Toddler loves itKaylaToddler loves it5
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