TP Forest Double Multi Play Centre
product code: 137385
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The TP Forest Double Multi Play Centre is a compact double swing and slide combination which is ideal for encouraging children to play outside and to promote active and imaginative play.
Designed to be tough, durable and to withstand many years of action, this play centre features a compact double swing and a bumpy slide for quick a get away. Made from FSC certified European wood, the timeless design will look brilliant in all gardens.
With a five year no-quibble guarantee against wood rot causing failure.
Height to platform: 89cm
Deck area: 97cm x 44cm
Maximum weight per ride: 45kg
Maximum height of this set: 208cm
Compact double swing and slide
Made from FSC certified European wood
Includes wooden parts, slide, swing seat, nuts and bolts and assembly instructions.
Product is directly dispatched from the supplier and will be delivered in 6 boxes.
Please note this item is only availble for delivery to the Uk Mainland
How does this help my child ?
Instils confidenceInstils confidence
This toy helps your child feel secure and happy, and enjoy good self-esteem.
Physical DevelopmentPhysical Development
This toy helps your child develop coordination, balance and strength.
- Weight: 60 kg
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