Wooden Play Gym Frame With Coloured Tips (Without Toys)

$60.00$65.00

Made from premium timber this is for our white or natural dipped frames which can be used as a play gym frame, mini dress up rack, photo prop or great to display your stock at markets

My Little Giggles frames have been tested and comply to Australian standards to ensure the safety of your little ones

Frames are made using screws to ensure stability however if you require your frame without screws making them suitable for market displays please let us know on check out

We also love making custom orders so please send us a message if you have any requests.

Each gym is hand crafted therefore sizes may vary slightly.

Approximate dimensions are:

Height – 57cm

Length – 67cm

Width – 48cm

Our play gyms are designed to fold up and lay flat for easy storage. The only tool required is a phillips head screwdriver to tighten screws which ensures the gym is sturdy and safe for baby.

Due to the nature of working with real wood, knots and imperfections may be present and are felt to add to the overall character and look of the play gyms.

** Babies should never be left unattended while under the play gym. Before assembling, disassembling, or moving play gym remove baby from under gym first.

***Our Play Gyms are made to order with a turnaround time of 2-3 weeks depending on current orders

***Shipping or Pick up St Kilda Road Melbourne is available

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Our handmade modern timber play gyms frames have been tested and are compliant with Australian standards making them the perfect play gym frames to stimulate your baby’s senses and are designed to help your baby learn skills such as reaching and grasping as well as increase their muscle development, hand-eye coordination and gross motor skills.

Additional information

Weight 4 kg
Dimensions 70 x 50 x 60 cm
Coloured Tips

White, Natural, Grey, Pink, Mint, Black, Aqua, Gold, Copper, Bronze, Silver

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