WEBS. There's minimal assembly, excellent directions, and all the necessary stuff except for the warp (vertical) and weft (horizontal) threads. I recommend a strong twine for the warp because those are taut. And a soft yarn is suitable for the weft...as long as you don't pull it too tight.
As a matter of fact, why do you suppose they call it weaving, anyway? Why not looming? Why isn't the finished piece loomed instead of woven? Can you imagine weaving something the size of a blanket or rug on such a low-tech loom?
The more I use the loom, the more I appreciate the workmanship of all the woven pieces I've seen. Perhaps that's the important thing...