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Kids Climber - Triangle Ladder - Toddler Gym Indoor Playground - Climbing Toys for Toddlers 1 3 5 y.o
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- Triangle climber can be used for climbing by toddlers and kids starting from 1 up to 5 years old.
- This indoor climbing structure is made of natural oak wood without any chemicals and is safe for kids. The surface of the wood is covered with natural linen oil, the ladder can also be used outdoors.
- Montessori climbing ladder is great playground equipment for kids gym, it promotes balance and motor skills.
- Toddler foldable ladder can be installed indoor or on the outdoor playground to diversify your kids activities.
- This kids climbing structure has 5 locking positions, so your children will enjoy playing with this wooden foldable ladder.Toddler climber is one of the best baby climbing toys for flat feet prevention.
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We are a wooden toy family and a Pikler was on our baby’s first birthday list. We got the combo with the tent convertor because I thought that was such a cool feature. I also like that the angle is easily adjustable for one adult. The setup was pretty easy and unlike a few other reviews, I found the texture of the wood to be a good thing as texture prevents slipping and falls and smooth only heightens the likelihood that a slip and fall will happen. Unfortunately, while playing, my baby climbed underneath and stuck their head through the slats just high enough to hang from the neck weightless. As I was supervising, I was immediately able to pull the baby through the slats and avoid any lasting harm, but because the slats aren’t quite close enough together for my average sized 1-year-old to avoid this, we had to put it away for the time being until baby’s head can’t fit through the slats anymore (we will try again around 18 months, but doing a measurement test first. The product is rated for 1+ use and that’s just not correct. No baby should be able to hang weightless from the neck on any product due to the head fitting through the slats. It’s extremely dangerous and could lead to death if someone isn’t supervising or a person supervising panics. Believe me, it was a traumatic event. The baby was screaming and crying and I had to keep my cool, figuring out whether to try to push the head back down or pull the entire body through (body through seemed easier so that’s what I did.)
All play with an item like this should absolutely be supervised, but this type of accident shouldn’t be able to happen if the slats are spaced close enough together or wide enough apart. Luckily we didn’t suffer lasting damage or harm, but I want to keep any other parent from experiencing the same issue.
By chrisbarry on April 5, 2021
We got this for our 1.5 year old but we have several older siblings (50 lbs, 70 lbs, even 75+ lbs) who have also tried it out and it is holding them well. We are not encouraging the ones over 70 lbs to be on it but they sneak on it every now and then and I can't really see any give when they are on it and the triangle is at a more upright angle. When we put it at the wide, 110 degree angle, I could see some give when the bigger kids were on it, but not so much that I was worried. Overall it is nice quality wood, smooth, natural finish like with some oil or something. We did not need to sand it at all. The holes all lined up, everything went to plan so to speak when building it.
Assembly took at least 30 minutes and that was with an electric drill. I can't imagine how long it would take just with the hex key they send you. You would have a tired hand I know that, because the bolts require a lot of turning to go in all the way.
Overall I definitely recommend this. I think up to ages 7 or 8 it is definitely sturdy and lots of fun, maybe even a bit older. It is taller than some others and I like that it is adjustable. It is probably a little out of range for our 1.5 year old, even though he climbs on everything else lol. But I imagine once he warms up to it he'll be on it constantly. So far he climbs on it some but also likes sitting under it. We thought he might like it at the wider angle that isn't as tall but actually that is harder to climb and he prefers it more uprights.
It is really handsome and looks nice enough sitting out in our living room.
1. This is a budget choice and it is really much cheaper than almost all other choices.
2. It is very sturdy.
1. The wood has some stinky smell (not chemical but like special essential oil), which may come from the “oil” finish? It is still there after 2 weeks. I left it in the garage and hope it will go away.
2. It is not well made and the wood are not sealed. The surfaces on rods are rough. It really need extra sanding to be smooth. It can be corrected by owners for sure with some extra costs, processes and elbow greases, but why would someone made such rough wooden toy for baby? Even I don’t want to touch it without gloves.
3. Also one of the rod has a misaligned hole and cannot be directly bolted. I have to drill new holes to bolt it correctly. If I don’t have tools, I would have to return it.