Playground Equipment

Jumpers

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Simply irresistible

What better way of getting from one playground favourite to another than by bouncing? Being ‘Tigger’ for a moment is a terrific fun-filled way of improving motor skills such as rhythm, balance and proprioception - the way your nervous system relays information of every movement and adjusts accordingly. A sort of inbuilt gyro system.

The Jumpers are amongst the most anonymous of playground features, like silent rubber mats they hide until pounced on. Once spotted they become an irresistible attraction - the children looking like bunnies hopping in meadow. Square or circular, they come different sizes, and can be combined to create a time-absorbing jumping game. 

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In planning a playground, the Jumpers are a useful tool in ‘gluing’ themes together, linking one aspect to another like a conjunction. They also have potential for adding fun and variety to a fitness workout or for circuit training. Outdoor play is amongst the best and most valuable forms of development activity. The events of 2020 have underlined just what it means to be without it. If there are any positives from the global lockdown it is in the realisation of what it means to get out and enjoy life and the importance of fresh air in terms of basic health. The Jumpers bring a fresh vitality to the playground. They come in four shapes, circular, rectangular, square and hexagonal – and in different sizes from a 94cms square to one that is over two x two metres. By jumping the child improves balance and coordination. To find out more about any of KOMPAN’s products or services, to open the door to the outside, get in touch today.

FAQ

How many can play together on Jumpers?

In general Jumpers are one user products, but combined and played by taking turns lots of children can play together.

Can they be accessed by wheelchair users?

Yes, there is small ramp available for one of the Jumpers allowing easy access and exit to the jumping bed.

Can they be integrated in EPDM surfacing design?

The Jumpers can be ordered without edge tiles for in-situ EPDM surfacing.