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Bring the park jungle gym home to your backyard with this Step2 Clubhouse Climber.
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Bring the park jungle gym home to your backyard with this Step2 Clubhouse Climber. Kids can slide down the sliding board, pretend to drive a car with the steering wheel while in one of the climber’s towers or play castle guard while crossing over the built in bridge! It has stairs and hand rails to help teach your toddlers and preschoolers balance and coordination. Your youngsters will climb, slide, and crawl for hours exploring this personal playground set! Made in USA of US and imported parts.
- Features a skylight, steering wheel and two slides
- Climbing ladder and sure grip hand rails assists young climbers and promote gross motor skills
- Bridge connects to look-out tower with dual windows
- Hide-out area and crawl-thru tunnel underneath are perfect for children to play hide and seek
- Maximum weight climber can hold: 240 lbs (109.1 kg)
- Tips to enhance product life
- Intended for family and domestic outdoor use only over proper surfacing
- Adult assembly required
- Also available as a combo
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RECOMMENDED AGE: 2 - 6
PRODUCT NUMBER: 801200
DIMENSIONS: 70.00 H 137.00 W 91.50 D
WEIGHT: 197 lbs
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Customer ReviewsRated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Fun and sturdy This product is easy to assemble (under 3 hours for my husband and I). I was concerned the ceiling/doorways would be too low, but my daughter can walk around without ducking easily. The base of the clubhouse is about 3 feet off the ground, so the slide is somewhat on the short side, but bigger and steeper than the Kangaroo Climber. My daughter is 2 and can easily climb in, under and around this. She loves the electronic phone and "telescope". It is sturdy (and large) enough for me or my husband to sit in the clubhouse with her, but anyone over 150 might make the floor sag. An 8-year-old would probably only play on this with a younger sibling.Date published: 2010-01-14Rated 4 out of 5 by Jenny in the west from "Very safe product, I love safety" This is a wonderful playset for our 2 year old son. He loves being able to climb on it without any help along with going down the slide. The clubhouse climber is in our backyard and the only problem is that we don't have a fence due to the yard being over an acre so when we get bad weather it did blow away. My husband and I did anchor it down, but it would of been nice to see that on the directions or fill the sides with sand to hold it down. The climbing wall part was difficult for us to connect with the other pieces, but I guess you have to get a little western with it! Other than that, our son is playing on it all the time, which is great!Date published: 2009-07-08Rated 4 out of 5 by Parent of one from climber We bought this for our daughter's 1st birthday. She's crawling very well and walking somewhat. She loves to climb the steps with help and slide down. She crawls inside and out of the openings on the bottom and across the bridge. The unit is a bit smaller than I had envisoned, but very appropriate in size to my little one. The side rails on the bridge section have an arch design on the bottom that is too high however - when she crawls across the bridge, she can easily crawl beneath the rail and off the edge. I imagine this will solve itself when she is a bit older and more reliable - - she'll be able to climb beneath the rail with no trouble.Date published: 2010-07-29Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from a snap to put together this product was very easy to assemble. went together in about 90 minutes. put it together on christmas afternoon while my son napped. when he finally saw it after waking up, he could not contain himself. although it is on uneven ground in the backyard (thanks to three dogs), it is very sturdy. my son has had it for about 2 weeks and always wants to go outside to play on it. he loves to run all over and under it. this product has been a godsend in keeping him entertained. the only think missing a a swing component. but i like this product so much that i am seriously considering purchasing one of the swing sets later this year.Date published: 2010-01-05Rated 5 out of 5 by CDM from Amazing climber My 18 month old son is obsessed with this climber. So much so that I had to purchase additional locks for the back doors because he is constantly attempting to go outside on his own to play. The first several mornings we found him letting himself outside in his pajamas as the sun was coming up to go play. As if he was dreaming about it all night long. Its the first thing he goes for after nap or getting back home from being out with Mom.Now, a month into having it set up, he is still completely obsessed. Its his preferred place to be rain or shine. Looking forward to the endless days to come watching him and his friends playing.Date published: 2017-04-26Rated 5 out of 5 by TXCindy from LOVE IT! We got this for our 17 month old son who loves to play outdoors. The first time he played on it he went back and forth across the bridge with a huge smile on his face. He loves going to the windows and looking out and points to the skylight. When we are in the house, he goes to the back door and lets us know he wants to gos play on it. It's hard to get him back indoors when he is playing on it. It was definitely a good purchase. I think the price is a little steep, but as long as it holds up for a few years it will be worth it. I'm sure he will enjoy it for a long time!Oh, and it's not too hard to move around for my husband to mow around and under it.Date published: 2010-06-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great for my toddler I bought this for my 21 month old son, who loves to climb on everything. He loves climbing into the clubhouse and underneath in the tunnel. I put almost the whole clubhouse together by myself, only needed my husband to help with a couple of screws. The only problem we have had is that the slide and the climbing tower do get pretty hot in the sun. We will be buying some sort of cover to put the clubhouse under before summer gets here. My son promptly fell off the climbing tower but because it isn't too high off the ground, he didn't get hurt at all and hasn't fallen off since. All in all it is great for younger children.Date published: 2009-04-23Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Your Child/Grandchild Will Love This! If I could, I'd send one to every grandchild's home. The colors are not brash, but beautifully in harmony with garden colors- neighbors close by will appreciate that! The quality is like the old Little Tykes toys...tough blown plastic. The (2)slides have a gentle, short ride. Best of all, the foundation will not kill your lawn, as there are sturdy legs hitting the grass, versus the entire base touching the ground. Once assembled, it may take three adults to move it...it is not flimsy nor lightweight! My grandson now squals: "House? House?" when I come over and we run out back to play! We love it. Thanks, Step2.Date published: 2011-01-29
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