Gorilla Playset Play-Zee-Bo



As summer approaches we want to spend more and more time outdoors in the fresh air and so do our children. They want to play and have fun and we want them to stay in a secure area, that is why we often organize a spot for them in our gardens where they can play under our supervision. What about small kids? They need to stay within our reach and also stay away from the sun because they get easily burnt and sick if the sun gets them for a longer time. That is why this Gorilla Playset Play-Zee-Bo is the perfect choice.

It was meant to be the perfect combination between an outdoor playground and a gazebo for kids, hence the unusual name. The Playzebo is made of factory stained and sealed wood, which is also very resistant and get no damage if left outdoors the whole summer. The playzebo is covered with a roof made of polyester that is also water proof and repels fire, being resistant to mold. All these features recommend this material for kids furniture, so perfect so far. The floor of the gazebo is a huge sand box that comes with a cover, so when you don’t want your kid to play in the sand, but only use some toys there, the sand will be covered. You can get the item from My Urban Child for $249.


Published by in Outdoor, on April 14th, 2012

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