Rated 5 out of 5 by hamilton Good value for money
Having checked out a lot of the competition this seemed a good choice to install amongst our other play equipment for our holiday cottage guests. The ordering process was very straightforward with prompt delivery. Husband and helper assembled it in jig time and the guests seem to be enjoying it.
14 August 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Acetobase Mis-aligned holes
Arrived well packaged. Quality control very poor, holes did not align in timbers. Had to clamp wood and drill new holes to allow completion. Wrote to TP and sent photos they thanked me and told me that they would pass my concerns to their Quality Department. I still await an explanation as to what went wrong. No offer of a replacement or refund
02 June 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Gaynor Good Points: very sturdy Bad Points: smaller than i thought it would be
05 October 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sarah Good Points: My children (2 and 4 year old boys) love this see saw and have used it alot. It's good quality and the boys will spend hours going up and down and spinning around. This is a good toy as it forces them to share and they have to work together to work it and have fun :) Bad Points: None so far
30 July 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 Good Points: See Saw is quite solid with only a small bit of sideways wobble
It goes up and down and round and round so the Kids (4y + 6y) like it when it isn't raining Bad Points: A couple of holes were not drilled through so had to drill them myself.
Instructions say you only need a "screwdriver and mallet", but somehow you need to tighten locking nuts or bolt and nut combination - you must have your own spanner(s) to assemble.
To lock to the ground you have 4 pegs that have to align precisely with holes in the feet - if you have tried to drive pegs into the ground you know this isn't possible, but that's ok because the instructions say to dig 4 30cmx30cmx30cm holes in the lawn (one per peg) and fill with concrete. I make that a few more tools than a screwdriver and mallet...
Just warning you - it is relatively stable without the concrete
25 July 2011