Dimensions: 213 x 357 x 200 cm
Recommended Age: 3 - 12 years
The Plum Climbing Cube is a great wooden play centre packed with great features! There are multiple ways to reach the main platform, including a rock climbing wall, a wooden ladder, and a climbing net. Once you're up there, you can get back down easily via the wavy slide! Hidden away at the bottom of the cube is a secret den, hidden by a camouflage fabric sheet with a roll-down door to get inside!
kate finberg, 03 Mar 2017
a great climbing frame the kids love it and not too difficult to assemble
Beth Cunliffe, 02 Mar 2017
Like the fact it has a large climbing wall - my husband does this for real and the kids are always keen to join him but too dangerous to be let loose. This keeps them in the garden under our watchful eyes and they keep going back to it. Our two are 7 and 5, and I think they will get a good few more years out of it.
claire , 27 Feb 2017
This is great army-esque (is that a word) play frame that the kids love. I have two boys and their friends come over – I can leave them in the garden all afternoon whilst I get on with other jobs, and they role-play to their hearts content. Seems quite pricey for what it is – but then the kids don’t understand this and they ultimately judge. Thank you to this company – price was on par with the best out there but had that personal touch you rarely find these days.
John Maclennan, 31 May 2016
Overall a great product for the kids. They love it and pretty much had the whole street come in and play on it in the last few days. A couple of points to watch out for though is it does need two people to put it together and it does take around 5-6hrs if not more to put it together. They were a couple of components missing, just a couple of bolts and nuts which you buy get in your local hardware shop but it was quite frustrating to spend so long on it and then find you didnt have everything to complete the job. You also need to pay really close attention to not only using the right piece of wood in each step of the build but also to get the orientation of that piece right. As nearly all the bits are square or rectangle if you get one the wrong way round you wont know to far later in the build which can cost you to back track, which i learnt to my cost, took me about an hour to put right. Once complete though its totally worth the money and it many different challenges for my young ones. The added extra of the den underneath is a winner to.