Tradition springs to life
The seesaw is one of the oldest and most traditional of playground features. For centuries it was also one of the most basic, a plank balanced on a central fulcrum. Then along came the Springer. The Crazy Hen is not a seesaw, but KOMPAN’s design team instantly saw that the spring as a fulcrum had immense potential, especially if you employed more than one. The KOMPAN seesaw range uses two, three and even four ground-embedded springs to create movement that is not confined to just up and down.
In addition two of the range take their technological heritage from the more traditional pivot, as in the case of the Seesaw with Tyres or the hinged Csaw.