Stuff 'N Sit Review (Creative QT)

Stuff 'N Sit
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What It Is

Are stuffed animals taking over your bedroom? Stop the clutter and create a comfy place to sit with the Stuff 'n Sit. This offers a stylish decluttering solution for your loose stuffed animals.

You can choose from a variety of patterns to fit the bedroom's decor or the child's interest (stripes, unicorns, dinosaurs), and there are three sizes. Standard holds a laundry basket full of stuffed animals, Large holds more than 70 stuffed animals, and Extra Large is for when your collection takes over the bed and parts of the floor, too. Each one is made of a strong, soft cotton fabric for durability with an extra-long, reinforced zipper.

Just unzip it, stuff everything inside, zip it back up, and now you've got a super soft pouf ottoman. Kids always have access to their stuffed animals when they want to take some out, and if all the stuffed animals do end up all over the floor again, cleanup is easy. Stuff them back in the Stuff 'n Sit.

But it's not just stuffed animals. You can also store pillows, dress-up clothes, blankets, and pretty much anything soft.

Is It Fun?

We tested out an extra large one, and it was the perfect size for storing stuffed animals large and small, plus blankets. We even had a bit of room leftover for adding even more (though this is probably a wake-up call to never purchase another stuffed animal ever again). Our kid tester had fun helping out, and really loved sitting and climbing on the big pouf. With so many designs to choose from, you can find one that speaks to your child's interest or matches with bedroom decor. 

Who It’s For

The Stuff 'n Sit isn't age-graded because it's more room decor than toy. If you're going to use it as a seat, it's probably more appropriate for kids ages 3 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

The Standard size measures 28 inches in diameter, the Large is 33 inches, and the Extra Large measures 38 inches. 

AT A GLANCE:
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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy