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Triangle with Ramp Natural Finish

Dhs. 880.00


Finish: Natural Wood
Age Recommendations: 9 months to 5 years
Weight Capacity: 88lbs
Our Climbing Triangle is a safe, versatile wooden gaming product for your kids that
looks great in the home.
90 cm high
95 cm width




The handmade wooden ramp folds down quickly for easy movement from room to

Promote Your Kids Development

The Pikler triangle ramp design and structure provides hours of fun, develops motor
skills, builds concentration, improves self-confidence, and more in your kids.

Triangle Structure

It is best well-suited for little climbers from both sides. You can adjust the incline of a
slide and the angle of the stairs.

Trial and Tested

We have thoroughly tested all our products for weight capacity. Easy assembly
We offer delivery across the UAE. You can choose the color without extra charge. For
other designs/dimensions, please get in touch with us to discuss.
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