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NEW! ReviWhirl™ Spinner

Model #295694

ReviWhirl™ Spinner

The ReviWhirl Spinner is an adventure in physics offering spinning through perpetual motion or a push from the outside. We’ve designed this piece with inclusion in mind with space for one or many kids riding in various positions. ReviWhirl’s sculptural form adds an eye-catching flair to any play experience.



  • Direct bury
  • Fun for one or more kids
  • Positioned at transfer height for universal access
  • Slightly tilted to encourage perpetual motion

Developmental Benefits

  • Sensory
  • Proprioception, Tactile, Vestibular+
  • Motor Skills
  • Agility, Balance, Coordination, Core Body Strength, Flexibility, Lower Body Strength, Motor Planning, Upper Body Strength
  • Cognitive Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Social/Emotional Skills
  • Cooperation, Imaginative Play, Social Skill Development
  • Learn about Developmental Benefits

Component Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 5 to 12 years
  • Product Categories

  • Shipping Weight

  • 162 lbs
  • Design Standards


Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.

Video features Landscape Structures new freestanding play ReviWhirl™ Spinner.

[video: scene fades three children at an open play area cover in woodchips. A boy holds onto one of the handholds of a blue circular playground spinner. A girl sits on the spinner while another boy lays across the spinner bending his head backwards of the side. A man whistles sharply in the background.]

Man: Wooh whoo!

Boy: Oh my gosh!

[video: the boy runs to push the ReviWhirl spinner faster and faster.]

Man: There you go!

[video: scene switches as all three children sit on the slightly tilted ReviWhirl Spinner. It slowly spins them round and round. Scene switches again to the children seated on the spinner as a mother hand by hand spins the kids. Camera switches to a slightly full elevated view of the spinner. Both boys now work together as they run to spin the girl on the ReviWhirl. The boys giggle as they run.]

Man: Man down, man down!

[video: scene switches as the camera focuses on the outside lip and handholds of the ReviWhirl as it spins in and out of frame. The camera pulls back for a full side view of the spinner as the mother once again spins the three children.]

Mother: Ok, hang on.

[video: she begins to spin the kids slowly and then picks up the pace.]

Mother: Ahhh!

[video: the camera switches to a close slightly elevated view of the three children sitting on the ReviWhirl as the woman quickly spins them. With a final push the mother stops pushing.]

Mother: All right.

[video: with a ground view up one of the boys spins his friends on the spinner. He jogs around to push the spinner but then quickly jumps up and lays on his belly to enjoy the ride. Scene switches as all children lay on their stomachs as they ride the circular spinner as it rotates.]

Woman off camera: [clapping] I love it!

[video: scene switches to a full elevated view of the circular blue spinner. The girl lays on her back across the spinner as a boy hand by hand pushes her around.]

Woman off camera: Wooh! [laughing]

[video: scene switches as the girl continues to spin on the ReviWhirl spinner. Another girl grabs one of the outer handholds as it spins by to push her friend faster. Camera switches to a close-up of the outside rim of the ReviWhirl spinner as it spins and spins. Children screech and scream as they play on the spinner. Camera switches back to a full view of the spinner. One girl lays on her back across the spinner while the other kneels. The scream and giggle as they quickly spin. The camera focuses on the inside floor of the spinner. A darker turquoise hexagon shape with open space between the spinners floor continues to spin as the screen fades to black. A child giggles.]

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