Observer

Observer

With its multiple platforms and climbs, the Observer attracts world explorers among school age children. The variety of thrilling climbs and crawls via nets, steps, ladders, horizontal and tilted floors and climbing tubes stimulate children’s balance and cross-coordination, and the proprioception: The variety of inclined, straight, swaying and firm climbs provide fun challenges for all. It gives ways up and around the Observer for bigger and lesser dare devils. The motor skills trained are important for children’s physical confidence and their security in moving, for instance in the street. The senses of balance and space are trained whizzing down the slide. The sense of balance is fundamental for all other physical skills. The platforms and nets are nice meeting points for socializing with friends.


OBSERVER

SURFACE

NAT526-0012

OBSERVER

STEEL IN-GROUND 90CM

NAT526-0912

Product number: 
NAT526
Age group: 
4+
Dimensions LxWxH: 
467 x 439 x 267 cm
Key User Group: 
4 - 10
Play capacity (users): 
14

Balance
Climb
Pull
Slide
Socialize
Sensory
Construct

Pinewood: 
10 years
Hot dip galvanised steel: 
Lifetime
EcoCore HDPE: 
Lifetime
Ropes & nets: 
10 years
Spare parts guaranteed: 
10 years

Certificates:

EN1176 approved
Max. fall height:
232.00 cm
Safety surfacing area:
36.00 m2
Number of installers:
2
Anchoring options:
Surface
Inground
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Quality that lasts



Physical

Joy of movement:
Motor skills, muscle, cardio and bone density

Cognitive

Joy of movement:
Curiosity, understanding of causal relationships and knowledge of the world

Social-emotional

Joy of movement:
Teamwork, tolerance and sense of belonging

Creative

Joy of movement:
Co-creation and experimenting with materials

Imagine what it will look like

Get inspiration for the perfect playground or outdoor fitness area for your environment. You can test ideas and visualise it in augmented reality using the ImaginIt app