Lynette features non-slip steps and a climbing wall panel for accessing the platforms. It takes both balance and coordination to cross the swaying bridge between the two towers. Cross-coordination is required when both sides of the brain have to work together, for example when learning to read and write. The Lynette play environment is full of motor challenges for young children at all stages of development.
Lynette is a play system offering lots of play and challenges. Featuring a slide, a climbing panel and a lookout barrel with a movable telescope, Lynette sets the scene for many hours of fun in the playground. The popular activities in the Castle series bring children’s motor skills into play while unleashing their imagination in a true knight’s castle universe.
The posts are powder-coated in beautiful colours to match our theme worlds while also being protected from rust by hot-dip galvanising.
The polyethylene boards are 100% recyclable, and contain no hazardous chemicals. They are approved according to the specific requirements of both the EU Toy Safety Directive EN 71 and the US Food Directive.
The innovative design of the play systems sparks children’s curiosity from a distance with pointed towers and ruby-red roofs.
Taifun rope is vandalism-proof and highly resistant to wear, as it has a core of 48 strong steel wires. The core also gives the rope a tensile strength of 4,500 kg.
Making cross-lateral movements with your arms and legs strengthens coordination between the right and left sides of the brain. This is important for children when starting to learn to read and write.
The coloured polycarbonate makes playing extra fun for children as they see the world anew through the windows and domes. Polycarbonate is extremely impact-resistant, whatever the temperature. The material is also UV-protected to prevent the boards from fading when exposed to sunlight.
Children love role-play. It improves their understanding of themselves and their surroundings, because by imitating the world around them, they learn more about patterns of behaviour, social interaction and handling emotions.
Interacting with the movement of the play equipment makes children more aware of the relationship between cause and effect. This is an important part of supporting their logical sense.
Children use their whole body to keep their balance and coordinate their movements on the play equipment. Balance and coordination are fundamental to children’s physical and cognitive development, and it is therefore important that they are stimulated from an early age.
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.
Article numberLC250G: In-ground mounting
Recommended agesFrom 2 years
Product dimensions (LxWxH)468 x 349 x 498 cm
Area requirement incl. safety distances (LxW)753 x 680 cm
Floor height90 og 140 cm
Max. fall height150 cm
Approximate installation time2 persons – 7 hours
All our play equipment is made of low-maintenance and recyclable materials. This is good for you and good for the environment.
Playgrounds are for children. Therefore, we design all our equipment together with children. This guarantees that all our playgrounds are fun and challenging.
For 50 years, our Danish production has contributed high quality and superior craftsmanship. At the same time, we preserve Danish workplaces and ensure a healthy working environment.
All our play equipment is approved in accordance with EN 1176 and certified by TÜV. This is your guarantee that the equipment complies with strict safety requirements.