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Best wooden climbing frame for about £800

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Ipsos Fri 05-Feb-16 11:31:43

Hi,

I am thinking about buying a wooden climbing frame or jungle gym for our garden at about the £800 mark. We're looking for something sturdy enough to last about 10 years.

I wondered if anyone might know who the good manufacturers and sellers are right now?

Thanks!

FoodPorn Fri 05-Feb-16 15:06:34

I'm looking for one too. Hopefully there will be some recommendations!

Ipsos Mon 08-Feb-16 16:55:06

The wickey ones on ebay seem to have a lot of features for their price.

dairymilkmonster Wed 10-Feb-16 13:23:09

Ooh, marking space in big way. Was about to post something similar myself. We would really like something encompassing a den, slide, some climbing options (not too big and scary, ds1 is only 4), one swing. Most seem >£1000. Dunsterhouse has some nice looking stuff but the towers are all open (ie not a den - ds feels a proper den indoors or out must be basically enclosed). Similar with some other makes. Jungle gym things look quite good and they do have a playhouse module that fits onto the towers, but adding the bits we would want to encompass all the above is pretty costly and HUGE. WOndering about plum climbing pyramid + swing.

silversixpence Fri 06-May-16 09:35:14

bump - did any of you buy one you are happy with? we are trying to find one in the same budget that will suit a 7 and 3 year old with swing, playhouse and climbing wall. I have been looking at the Wickey and Blue Rabbit ones but would like to get some recommendations.

Rosebud05 Fri 06-May-16 09:41:42

Plum stuff usually gets good reviews and recommendations.

We only have the swing and trapeeze, but they're very sturdy and good looking.

southeastastra Fri 06-May-16 09:42:51

they have some in costco

southeastastra Fri 06-May-16 09:44:19

here

silversixpence Fri 06-May-16 09:52:21

We are going to visit Wicken Toys this weekend, think I am more excited than the DCs grin

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