Article published on 28 January 2016
They say that you can’t improve a classic… well we certainly have!
The Ixo range features a variety of new play elements that will help with balancing techniques and provide a challenging play experience that children will love.
The new features include:
This slack line is similar to a balancing beam, only more challenging, resulting continuous play value as children will continually try to master the beam in one go.
This roto-moulded polyethylene doughnut is fixed to the ground but suspends in the air, meaning that it is always a moving element.
This net tunnel is a connecting element to the multi-play unit and it allows children to use climbing abilities. This tunnel also helps children to master their fear of heights as the mesh netting creates a transparent flooring effect.
The pod shelter provides a sleek hiding or resting space whilst the doughnut below spins around so that children can also use it to rest or swing themselves on.
Doughnut Climbing Wall
The two doughnuts form a flexible climbing element alongside the fixed salamander climbing wall. The irregular pattern of the doughnuts and ropes creates a challenge that children want to master. The rubber rings can also be used to sit or rest on.
This element provides a new and usual climbing platform for children. They can climb inside of the doughnuts or on the outside. The doughnuts double up as seating or resting areas.
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