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Sportsplay Connor Play Set

Item# 268-SPL015-1-AF | Model# 911-134B | Added on May 9, 2017 |
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Sportsplay Connor Play Set
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Description
15 appealing areas of involvement and play. Encourages physical and creative development. Strong, sturdy painted galvanized steel. Five durable molded plastic slides and two elevated climbing apparatus. 11 ADA-compliant events. Posts are 5-in. diameter O.D. Allied Tubing with triple corrosion protection. Cross bars are cross-hatched for better grip. Decks are punched 12-gauge steel with a protective coating. Post caps are impact-resistant injection-molded polyethylene. What We Like About the Connor Play SetFill up your playground with the wild action that this set offers. School-age children will have plenty of space to explore their abilities as they play on this set. They will learn and develop coordination with all the included elements.Two covered towers and a slide deck are connected with an arched walkway, a swinging bridge, and a steel climbing apparatus. The square shape design includes five decks and 15 engaging events to experience that will challenge youngsters. Decks are set at different heights, and all five decks offer access to at least three events. In all, there are five slides stations, seven steel climbing apparatus, and two fun walkways. All levels and decks are bordered on all sides for safety, too.There is so much for elementary-aged kids to do around this play center. You can be sure there will be plenty of activity around the Connor Play Set every recess. Safety and durability are important aspects of this set, too. Every cross bar is cross-hatched for ... read more
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