The nature inspired design of Flora playground equipment allows you to play in an exciting forest even in a city. The installation, maintenance and changing the spare parts of the Flora series could not be easier.
Blends with nature
Northern magic for the youngest explorers
Surely for all ages
Fairy’s waterfall provides more challenge than meets the eye at first. The ropes are ”living” and thus the nets and rope ladders are responsive to every movement. The stable beams and branches encourage climbing, too. This product can be used in many ways, as a meeting point or for exercising. Without specific entry or exit points it is good for social interaction and communication, as well as for hanging out with friends.
The Fairy’s waterfall consists of two high and two low posts, connected to each other with horizontal beams. The high posts suspend two different types of rope ladders: One hangs straight down from the top beam. The second one is connected diagonally from the top beam to the top of the lower posts.
The Rolling logs improves balance, coordination as well as core & lower body strength. It is fun for the player to use, as well as for the possible bystander to watch!
This equipment is a bridge with five rounded logs suspended by ropes from the handrails. The logs rotate back and forward.
The Unicorn stall is an equipment that improves balance, agility and spatial perception, with max fall height of 60 cm Without specific entry or exit points it is good for social interaction and communication, as well as for hanging out with friends.
The Unicorn stall is a zig-zag shaped, 2,5 metre long balancing track with two higher and three lower posts which are connected by horizontal beams at two different heights. A rope connects the high posts at 1,7 meters. There are also four branches on three posts at two different levels.
The small-size spring bouncer with a gentle motion is suitable even for children of kindergarten age. Spring bouncers are playground classics, providing entertainment for children year after year. The motion trains children's rhythmic awareness and improves the sense of balance.
Simple looking Troll trapeze provides more challenge than meets the eye at first. The ropes are ”living” and responsive to every movement. Balancing on the equipment is fun – whether played alone or with friends. This product can be used in many ways. Without specific entry or exit points it is good also for social interaction and communication, as well as for hanging out with friends.
The Troll trapeze consists of two tall vertical posts, supported by one diagonal post each. The vertical posts are connected on the top with a horizontal beam, a rope on the bottom and two diagonal ropes from the top beam to the bottom rope. There are also six branches on the posts, one on each vertical and two on each diagonal posts.
Magic Mountain is an exciting control centre and a watchtower for the courageous and agile magicians. With the highest point reaching over six metres, it is also a stunning landmark. However, not only magic will take the players up to the top floor. Instead, everyone can practise their climbing skills in many different ways to reach the intriguing ”chambers” on multiple levels, and to enjoy the tube slide back down from the top!
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This swing is everyone’s favourite! Children, youngsters and adults alike will love swinging and lounging in the birds' nest swing. With the streamlined design it will fit nicely in all surroundings. The spacious and high quality seat is designed and manufactured to last very high usage, without compromising the comfort of the swing users. To ensure that people with physical limitations can access the product, please place it so that the surface is hard enough for independent or assisted access.
The Giant’s comb is a balancing track which can be placed on a trail in many ways, having the starting point either on the lower or the taller end. This kind of equipment is ideal for school yards for exercise and motor skills improvement, but also as a substitute of traditional seating. Whilst the equipment invites to sit, it promotes “exercise in disguise” whilst hanging out with friends.
The Giant’s comb is over three metres long balancing track with a wave shaped, ascending beam with ten branches, supported by a post at both ends. The taller post has three ”branches” and the lower one two.
Spell hill looks quite tame, but thanks to the two different sized towers, grand slides and numerous climbing features it excites players again and again!
The transfer between the towers is a thrilling challenge with a 2,5 m long, slightly slanted net bridge with handrails, and it is the only way to the second tower. The towers reach up to almost 4 metres. The second tower has a U-shaped net underneath for climbing or just hanging out with friends. It can be accessed from the ground.
Fell of Ara rises to nearly five metres and rewards the climbers with three storeys. This equipment for climbing and imaginary play adapts from the witch’s home mountain to a cosy farm house, depending on the players’ needs. The low ceiling, nooks and a see-through floor on the top floor maximizes the exciting but cosy feeling. The children can go up, down and even round with the many exits and entrances.
The Wobbling logs improves balance, coordination, core body strength and lower body strength.
This equipment is an arched rung bridge with five rungs suspended by ropes from the arched handrails. The unsteady steps rise along the handrail curve and move back and forward, side to side, providing an exciting challenge for wide range of users.
Let’s go fishing with the trolls! The fish trap is a climbing equipment that provides more challenge than meets the eye at first. The asymmetrically arranged ropes provide good exercise for balance, body strength and spatial awareness. The ropes are ”living” elements and responsive to every movement. Climbing on the equipment is challenging but fun – whether played alone or with friends.
The Fish trap is a climbing equipment which consists of two ”ladders” supporting a climbing net in the middle. The ropes in the climbing structure are placed asymmetrically. There is a horizontal beam above the net. Two branches on each outer post help getting onto the ladder.
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