Indoor Giraffe Trampoline
product code: 134319
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Designed for indoor use, this friendly giraffe is full of bouncing fun. Toddler can bounce to their heart's content and will get rewarded by fun boing! boing! sounds to reward them every time they jump, which is sure to make them smile. The giraffe trampoline is ideal for energetic toddlers, and is a great way to help them build up muscle strength and develop coordination. It's also perfect to help them to burn off excess energy in bad weather when it too cold or wet to venture outside.
The giraffe trampoline features strong, easy grip handle for little hands to hold onto for support, and strong rubber feet for extra stability, and for extra safety, it also features safety padding around the frame to keep little one protected from any little knocks.
-Suitable from 12 months
-Adorable giraffe design mini trampoline
-Suitable for use indoors
-Great for building strength and coordination.
-Maximum child weight 20kg
-REquires 3xLR44 batteries
How does this help my child ?
Physical DevelopmentPhysical Development
This toy helps your child develop coordination, balance and strength.
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their SENSES.
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Normally delivered within 3-5 days (exclusions apply including postcode restrictions and extended timescales). Exceptional delivery circumstances beyond our control such as bad weather or courier delays may cause your order to take longer to deliver.
FREE for orders over £40, otherwise £3.95
Order before 4pm for delivery on the next working day to UK mainland addresses. Regrettably this service is unavailable for deliveries to Northern Ireland.
£4.95 on all orders
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