THE WOODEN TOY CO - Climbing Ramp

  • $145.00
Tax included.


A climbing ramp/slide is a great way to extend the play on a Pikler triangle or climbing cube. Adding a climbing ramp/slide provides new physical challenges to your child, as well as new fun activities to keep them engaged for longer play.

Made from 18mm marine grade ply, you don’t need to worry about the climbing ramp/slide bending or bowing, your child will be able to comfortably walk, slide, jump from the climbing ramp with confidence that it will hold their weight.

The Wooden Toy Co have developed a more secure system using 42x19mm premium pine blocks on our ramp/slide to ensure that it locks securely over the dowel rungs of a Pikler triangle. These pine blocks are rounded and sanded on the edges, and glued and nailed down for a permanent fix. This will ensure your child can confidently climb or slide down without fear that the slide may suddenly move.

The Wooden Toy Co slide is dispatched fully assembled, so no assembly on your end is required, simply attach and play!

If you have both a Pikler triangle and a play cube or two Pikler triangles a climbing ramp/slide can become a bridge, or a platform for further play opportunities.

Dimensions:

1190mm long

390mm wide

56mm deep

6.7kg weight

Please note Pikler Triangles are sold separately.

WARNING – The Wooden Toy Co climbing ramp/slide is quite heavy due to the thick ply they have chosen for stability purposes. Because of this, only an adult should move and position the climbing ramp/slide to ensure that it is locked into a safe and secure position on the Pikler triangle/cube. If a child moves the climbing ramp/slide or attempts to put it into place they could injure themselves and risk falling.

The Pikler triangle or cube that is securing the climbing ramp/slide in place should always be placed on a flat, even surface to ensure that the products don’t tip over.

Children must always be supervised by an adult when using this product.

Some of the products that have been manufactured are glued and nailed together to ensure that they last. Because of this, wood putty has been used to cover up the nail holes. You may notice the putty when you first receive your item. Over time, the wood putty will be much less noticeable, while the quality of the toy will remain.