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Miri Slide

Triclimb

sku: 82000012

£140.00

Description

Miri reversible slide and climbing wall for Triclimb. Miri opens up a whole world of new play opportunities! Use it as a slide, ramp, balance beam, climbing wall, a play surface, ball run – the possibilities are endless!

Miri has been designed to further enhance your Triclimb. It simply hooks onto the base unit with no tools required using a simple yet profound joint system that allows you to transform your Triclimb unit. The innovative and unique joint system ensures your Miri is locked safely in place, allowing you to use it as a slide, ramp and climbing board. Simply lift, set and drop, no tools needed.

On one side is a smooth surface to be used as a slide or ramp and on the other side are indentations allowing it to be used as a climbing wall. Miri can be placed in five different positions making it height adjustable and therefore suitable for children of all abilities. Suitable for indoor use. 

Weight limit 100kg,

Dimensions: 100 x 1200 x 360mm

Materials: FSC sustainable wood with water based lacquer 

Delivery and Returns

Free postage on orders over £70 to UK mainland Standard UK delivery 2-4 days £2.49
For more options including Free Collection from Forest Row
see shipping and returns here

Further Product Details

With the addition of “Miri Sticks” (sold separately) you can further extend the use of your Miri Slide by turning it into a ball run.

Note: Only available for delivery in the UK.

Please note that "patches" and "beam lines" in the wood are normal features. Triclimb uses plywood because of its unrivalled strength and stability. Patches are where a knot has been removed from the plywood sheet and replaced with a piece of wood or "patch". Beam lines are a natural feature in the production process caused by knots in lower layers of the plywood.