ELC Climbing Frame Tent Reviews
Product Type: ELC Outdoor Toy
Newest Review: ... One thing I am disappointed about is that although we have had this for less than 12 months, ELC have decided to discontinue ... more
Customer ELC Climbing Frame Tent Reviews (4)
by - written on 13/02/03, updated on 13/02/03 (Very useful, 1667 readings)
We now have a purple silver and lime green pyramid in the garden! It took us about 4 hours to put up on a summer afternoon. It wouldn't have taken quite so long if we hadn't muddled up the long and the short poles and had to unscrew it all and start again once we realised! The actual 'footprint' of the frame is quite small and it can be moved fairly easily (pegs into the ground) to spread wear on a lawn. It's quite a simple, stylish shape in the garden - as ours is small, this is important as we have to look at it all the time! We did investigate a wood frame but as well as being more expensive, many of them are a more solid structure. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/02, updated on 20/09/02 (Very useful, 335 readings)
Having two boys (now 11 and 8) and a rather small garden (see my opinion on decking!), I needed as few garden toys as possible. What better than a climbing frame with attached slide that can (as has!) accommodated as many as 12 children on it at one time! I bought my ELC climbing frame around 5 years ago (£140 'ish at the time). I decided not to buy the tent to go over the top because our garden is home to loads of spiders. It is the red and blue version (now purple and green I think), and I managed to put it together alone in probably about 2 hours. The slide has a "wiggle" in the middle and you can buy an extension for the end of the slide to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/00, updated on 07/08/00 (Very useful, 340 readings)
When my son was 5 years old, we purchased an outdoor climbing frame from the Early Learning Centre for his birthday. It had a slide and a tent ideal for secret camps when playing. It is a pleasant red and blue in colour and has been sitting happily outside for 3 years now. It was not so much difficult to put together as time consuming. Over the years we have added to it and rearranged it as to make it more suitable to his and his sister's ages. It is still now in very good condition. The paintwork is still bright and not chipped. The children now 8 and 10 still play on it. Although it was quite expensive to buy, we have certainly had our ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/00, updated on 17/08/00 (Useful, 238 readings)
We bought our son this climbing frame for his 3rd birthday. He went upstairs for a nap and we thought we would have it built for him when he woke up. Well, he would have had to have been Sleeping Beauty for that to have happened. It took us 5 hours to put the main frame up with the slide, ladder and walkway. Poor boy was so desparate to play on it that he was outside in the dark with the garden lights on the first day. He has played on it loads, he has gained a lot of confidence in himself and loves showing his friends how to climb! I feel comfortable in his abilities to play without someone being less than 2 feet away, although we do insist that a ... Read the complete review
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