A swing, a climbing wall, a slide and a balance beam... How does it all fit into one set?
The rocker on its own is already a veritable mine of ideas for creative and developmental play. What happens when you add a ladder to it? You will see how GOOD WOOD works in practice and how multifunctional it is. The ladder is a shaped board. On one side it has rungs, so it can be used for climbing. On the other it is smooth, so you can freely slide down it. When you place it across the rocker, you create a fantastic balance beam - great fun for little ones and those quite grown up. At GOOD WOOD we care about safety - the extreme rungs of the ladder have been shaped to provide a secure attachment to the rocker. This set is a simple way to climb to a higher level of enjoyment - simply a home playground.
How much do the components of the set weigh?
- Rocker - 8.5 kg
- Ladder - 8 kg
What are their dimensions?
- The length of the rocker (from handle to handle) is 100 cm.
- Height (in the sternum position, from floor to top) is 60 cm.
- Width (from skid to skid) is 50 cm.
We have matched these dimensions perfectly to the dimensions of the rocker: 125 cm x 48 cm x 1.8 cm.
What is the minimum height for a child?
The rocker can be used from the first days of a newborn’s life. If you line the inside of the rocker with soft material, you can rock your baby in it for a while. If the baby is already sitting up, he can rock in it for as long as he likes. It follows that there is no minimum height or weight that limits the use of the rocker.
The ladder will serve children who are beginning to walk and older children. Here, too, there are no restrictions in terms of the child's height. The youngest will use the side with the crossbars to be able to climb their first peaks.
How much space do you need to set up the set?
The recommended space for a ladder with rocker together is a minimum of 1.5m x 3m.
What is the maximum load allowed for the ladder rocker?
The rocker and ladder load tested and verified according to the standards is 50 kg. We have empirically tested a load of 100 kg. The rocker, the ladder and our brave, heavy mountaineer are doing fine.