Description

Classic swing frame

We have a selection of classic swing frames if all you want is a simple frame without any paintwork or decorative gable elements. The swing frames come in all sizes and with a choice of seats to suit every need.

Bird’s nest for relaxation and socialising

The bird’s nest, or sensory swing, is a sure hit with children large and small. The swing allows even the smallest children to have a ride, as younger children can lie or sit in the swing, and with an adult if necessary. The swing is also good for stimulating young children’s sense of balance, concentration and learning skills.

Older children enjoy the bird’s nest because it gives them a chance to relax and have fun with their friends. In other words, there is more to the swing than just swinging, as it is also a place where children can gather, which holds considerable value for them.

Product highlights

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Galvanised posts
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The bird’s nest
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Extra strong crossbar
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Trains the vestibular sense
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Collaboration and communication
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Social and language skills
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Strengthens gross motor skills

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Galvanised posts

Our posts are hot-dip galvanised, and therefore require very little maintenance and are protected against rust.

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The bird’s nest

The bird’s nest is ideal for developing very young children’s motor skills and vestibular sense, while older children use it as a social gathering point.

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Extra strong crossbar

The frame features an extra strong crossbar as the bird’s nest concentrates the weight of several children in a single spot.

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Trains the vestibular sense

When seesawing, playing on the swings and balancing, children train their vestibular sense. This has a bearing on their language and basic motor development as well as their movement and concentration. Children with a strong vestibular sense are more open to new challenges.

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Collaboration and communication

Children train their collaborative and communication skills when playing together on the equipment. How wild shall the ride be? And which way shall we go?

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Social and language skills

The play equipment offers ample opportunities for children to engage in cooperative play. It grows their social and language skills, which is key to developing relationships and friendships.

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Strengthens gross motor skills

Children use their major muscle groups and strengthen their gross motor skills when playing on the play equipment. Gross motor skills are vital for both their basic motor development as well as their fine motor skills.

Specifications

Article number
1175: In-ground mounting

Recommended ages
From 1 year

Product dimensions (LxWxH)
334 x 227 x 224 cm

Area requirement incl.
safety distances (LxW)

334 x 687 cm

Max. fall height
178 cm

Approximate installation time
2 persons – 3 hours

Other details:

This product is inclusive

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