Robinia Springers


Art on the edge of nature

Dolphins and bugs, ants and bees, snails and ponies, the Robinia Springers take creatures from nature and craft them into an artful, wooden play format. The Springer is a KOMPAN invention, an icon in the playground and with Robinia, it becomes a three-dimensional attraction. Apart from modelling insects, animals and mammals, the warmth and tactility of Robinia translates wonderfully into other favorites adding a new chapter in the Springer story.

The Springer is a ‘go-to’ feature when placed in any playground. Children are drawn to the joy of rockin, an activity that trains the sense of balance and spatial awareness – senses that ultimately help the child to develop concentration and to navigate spaces safely. The Robinia Springers fall into two categories; those based on creatures which are largely solo experiences, and the springer version of the seesaw. Both encourage the children to share, one in taking turns and the other in cooperation.


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Mule

NRO101
The Mule with its chunky, rocking body attracts toddlers for shorter or longer rides, again and again. Apart from its appealing shape, the Mule offers tactile variation with its steel hand hold, rubber foot support and smooth, wooden body. Tactile richness is a main motivator, especially in...
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Pony

NRO102
The Pony with its lovely, chunky seat attracts toddlers for a shorter or longer ride, again and again. Apart from its appealing shapes, the Pony offers tactile variation with its rubber hand holds and smooth, wooden body. Tactile richness is a main motivator, especially in younger children. It...
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The Multi Springer is a lovely, inviting platform for rocking. Children will be attracted to it again and again, thanks to its fun, rocking movement and, not least, social potential: the platform allows more body positions. Lying, sitting, standing, even jumping. All have a chance to play...
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The Seesaw is a playground classic. It still attracts players again and again, as it has for generations. The archaic play event is still with us for a reason: the tickling in the stomach when going up high, going down fast is eternally appealing. The Seesaw develops the sense of space and rhythm...
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The Seesaw 4 is a playground classic. It still attracts players again and again, as it has for generations. The archaic play event is still with us for a reason: the tickling in the stomach when going up high, going down fast is eternally appealing. The Seesaw 4 develops the sense of space and...
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The Dolphin with its chunky, rocking body attracts toddlers for shorter or longer rides, again and again. Apart from its ap-pealing shape, the Dolphin offers tactile variation with its steel hand hold, rubber tale and fins and smooth, wooden body. Tactile richness is a main motivator, especially...
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The Forest Bug with its chunky, rocking body attracts toddlers for shorter or longer rides, again and again. Apart from its appealing shape, the Forest Bug offers tactile variation with its steel hand hold, rubber foot support and smooth, wooden body. Tactile richness is a main motivator,...
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The Snail with its chunky, rocking body attracts toddlers for shorter or longer rides, again and again. Apart from its appealing shape, the Snail offers tactile variation with its steel hand hold, rubber foot support and smooth, wooden body. Tactile richness is a main motivator, especially in...
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The Bee Springer has rich tactile elements and is appealing shape, children can rock alone or two together. The rocking movement attracts children again and again, for shorter or longer rides. Apart from its charming appearance, the Bee Springer has a tactile variation with its rubber wings,...
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The Forest Ant with its chunky, rocking body attracts toddlers for shorter or longer rides, again and again. Apart from its appealing shape, the Forest Ant offers tactile variation with its steel hand hold, rubber foot support and smooth, wooden body. Tactile richness is a main motivator,...
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