S-Disc Challenge w/Handhold Panels

Model #136157

Component Overview

The PlayBooster® S-Disc Challenge bridge improves balance and depth perception as kids step from multilevel disc to disc for a fun route across the playground. Great for collaborative play. Features durable poly discs for a fun and challenging bridge experience.

Features

  • Available for 123" module
  • Poly discs are attached at different heights
  • S-shaped beam curves left or right
  • Secured to the ground by chains to limit movement

Developmental Benefits

Sensory
Visual, Vestibular+, Tactile, Proprioception
Motor Skills
Motor Planning, Lower Body Strength, Flexibility, Core Body Strength, Coordination, Balance, Agility
Cognitive Skills
Problem Solving
Social/Emotional Skills
Social Skill Development, Imaginative Play, Cooperation
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Component Details

Age Ranges
  • 5 to 12 years
Play Systems
Design Standards
ASTM, CSA, EN
Product Price Range

Pricing reflects only the equipment shown in the 3D render. For international and exact pricing, please contact your local playground consultant.

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Dimensions
  • Max Fall Height: Equals deck height
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