A few combinations:
- Archi + Miri/Wibli
- Triclimb + Archi
- Triclimb + Archi + Miri/Wibli
- Triclimb + Archi + Triclimb + Miri/Wibli
The Archi combines both slats and rungs to create a rocker that works for all ages. The slats provide a secure and solid surface for even the littlest of rockers in the basin of the rocker and they prevent foot entrapment when rocking. The surface area in the basin is wide enough for sitting, standing or lying down. The rungs are at a variety of positions to provide various handle levels for little rockers. These can then also be used as foot holds for the more advanced rocker. The outside shape of the bow is not a perfect semi-circle; this is deliberate and is the secret to high performance rocking with control. The shape and dimensions have been carefully calculated to allow for a natural gentle rock. This means only those with the strength and co-ordination to deal with the consequences of more enthusiastic rocking will be able to rock the Archi to a greater extent. The Archi incorporates over-rock stops as an important safety function; these stops are there to restrict the movement of the occupant within the extremes of the bow rock.
The Archi is semi assembled; we’ve done the hardest part of the assembly for you. It is shipped in a compact box with a set of pre drilled components and the hardware to build.
- Suitable from birth (climbing starts at around 9 months)
- Weight limit 50Kg
- Folds for easy storage
- Designed for indoor use but can used outside with care
- Made in Wales
- All timber is sourced from responsibly managed forests. (Premium birch solid core plywood & solid/engineered dowel).
- Water-based lacquer
- CE & UKCA certified
- Independently lab tested to EN71: 1,2,3 & 8
- Open dimensions: Length 1060 x Width 500 x Height 530mm
- Closed dimensions: Length 480 x Width 500 x Height 740mm
- Weight per unit: 9kg approx.
- The origins of the Pikler triangle climbing frame come from Emmi Pikler a Hungarian Paediatrician who pioneered theories on child development in the 1930/40s. Centered around a respectful relationship between infant and parent as well as natural progression of motor development through free movement and play. Emmi Pikler believed it was important to offer children the opportunities to move naturally according to their inherent ability. This is the very essence of the Triclimb product range.
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