Solowave Cedar Summit Clarington Resort Playcentre (3-10 Years), £799.99 delivered at Costco
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Solowave Cedar Summit Clarington Resort Playcentre (3-10 Years), £799.99 delivered at Costco

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Found 12th Apr 2015
This looks amazing!

This Solowave Cedar Summit Clarington Resort Playcentre opens the door to imagination and creativity every time your child plays. Multi-level and packed full of exciting play features, it is safe, innovative, and adventurous and has everything to give your children endless hours of fun.

Upper Clubhouse Features:
Twist N’ Ride tube slide
2 Crows nests
Telescope and steering wheel
Multi-level wood roof with sunburst gables
4 premium windows, 2 with decorative shutters
2 extra wide rounded windows
2 play flags

Lower Imagination Pavilion:
Canopy covered picnic area with table top
Movable activity bench
Spinning chalkboard sign
Wooden door with premium window
2 premium windows

Additional Features:
Side-by-Side access ladder and rock-wall with 2 metal safety grips and a safety bar
2 belt swings and an acrobatic swing with swing chain

Specification:
100% FSC certified natural cedar wood
Pre-assembled panel design and instruction manual with step-by-step DVD
2.4m2 play deck with a 1.4m deck height
2.8m extra wide A-frame swing end (adjusts for uneven surfaces)
Building time: 2 people, approx 10-12 hours
Weight capacity: 49.9kg per child
Capacity: 11 Children
Weight: 1396kg
Dimensions: H 3.3 x W 5.7 x D 3.2 m
Obstacle free recommended safety zone: W 9.4 x D 8.7 m
Manufacturers recommended age: 3-10 Years

NB: Please note that this item is delivered but not installed

45 Comments

£200 on eBay used next year

this would cost my local council £6.2m to build, take four years to install

Original Poster

moneybag

this would cost my local council £6.2m to build, take four years to … this would cost my local council £6.2m to build, take four years to install



Haha sounds about right!

My kids have their eyes on this unfortunately I have a tiny garden so never going to happen. I wish they'd stick one in the car park for the kids to play on. Make a little playground area or something like most ikeas have.

I have this for my boys 3 years and still in great condition they still love it as much as day they got it. rather pay for this than a games console to hide in bedroom with!

Ordered one 3 weeks ago and still not gauranteed delivery date!

Excluding VAT must be the Devils' playground price.

I'd so love one of these. You can get it installed for £499 costco.co.uk/vie…sel

We bought this 3 years ago, kids still absolutely love it.

Do you know if the 31ft by 29ft "obstacle free zone" is compulsory?

This is great. Seen it in the Haydock store.(think it was about £860 with vat, so cheaper now) They used to have it on the floor so you could look around it , but now theyve put it on top of a load of boxes so you cant!
Edited by: "wiggywig" 12th Apr 2015

wiggywig

This is great. Seen it in the Haydock store.(think it was about £860 with … This is great. Seen it in the Haydock store.(think it was about £860 with vat, so cheaper now) They used to have it on the floor so you could look around it , but now theyve put it on top of a load of boxes so you cant!




Bloody parents couldn't resist a quick slide or swing on it im guessing that's why? Or was that just me

Put one in the garden about three years ago, when the kids were four. Took me a month to assemble! But that says more about me than it. The kids mainly use it when friends come round these days. Very little sign of rot quite a bit of give when they use the swing enthusiastically but otherwise great play unit.

I reckon next year it'll be on ebay and we'll put a log cabin in it's place

This is exactly what I've been looking for but now just isn't the right time to buy it I don't think

ozkerrizo

Bloody parents couldn't resist a quick slide or swing on it im guessing … Bloody parents couldn't resist a quick slide or swing on it im guessing that's why? Or was that just me



Hah thats what i was figuring, but at same time though, if im forking out £800 for something id like to have a good look at it! Cant do that with it 8 foot in the air

No space in my 4 by 3 metre garden!!!!

Think you need planning permission for this!

can go and play with one at the park for free

Around £680 in store though, but there are lots of heavy boxes to load into a car.

my daughter has had this one for around 3 years on our decking and she still loves it. well worth the money and there's no time and effort having to go to the local park everyday then like some have suggested

Was half tempted when I saw this last week. Then I saw the £500 installation fee and quickly changed my mind!

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Skypie

Was half tempted when I saw this last week. Then I saw the £500 … Was half tempted when I saw this last week. Then I saw the £500 installation fee and quickly changed my mind!



I'm sure that if it's too much for yourself then a local handy man can do it for much less?

I'm sure this is not really in offer. This is the same price, they've always been.

PP02

Put one in the garden about three years ago, when the kids were four. … Put one in the garden about three years ago, when the kids were four. Took me a month to assemble! But that says more about me than it. The kids mainly use it when friends come round these days. Very little sign of rot quite a bit of give when they use the swing enthusiastically but otherwise great play unit. I reckon next year it'll be on ebay and we'll put a log cabin in it's place



How easy/difficult was it? Would someone with a basic knowledge of DIY be able to assemble it?

How many days work do you think roughly?

£680 in all stores?

Heat Sink

How easy/difficult was it? Would someone with a basic knowledge of DIY be … How easy/difficult was it? Would someone with a basic knowledge of DIY be able to assemble it? How many days work do you think roughly?



Quite easy if you have the ground levelled. I put sleepers down and paving stones for the 'foundation' but I don't think those are needed. You could do it in a weekend, much easier if you have someone to help - I had to do it solo. And I did a couple of hours here and a couple there etc.

To give an idea of skill level, I failed GCSE Woodwork with a chessboard that had uneven squares. Which I'm told is a skill in itself....

Make sure you have a drill with lots of phillips bit heads!

Edited by: "PP02" 12th Apr 2015

Costco always have cool garden stuff, especially in the Glasgow store.

PP02

Quite easy if you have the ground levelled. I put sleepers down and … Quite easy if you have the ground levelled. I put sleepers down and paving stones for the 'foundation' but I don't think those are needed. You could do it in a weekend, much easier if you have someone to help - I had to do it solo. And I did a couple of hours here and a couple there etc. To give an idea of skill level, I failed GCSE Woodwork with a chessboard that had uneven squares. Which I'm told is a skill in itself.... Make sure you have a drill with lots of phillips bit heads!



I do have a drill and you are too modest, thanks.

Bought one for the dogs, the love it

wondering why everyone bought it three years ago, as most comment suggest that!!!

adhkarzf

My kids have their eyes on this unfortunately I have a tiny garden so … My kids have their eyes on this unfortunately I have a tiny garden so never going to happen. I wish they'd stick one in the car park for the kids to play on. Make a little playground area or something like most ikeas have.


And some other kid will fall from it and you end up in court.

would this not require local council approval?

We have last years version for our daughters, amazing bit of kit. Took 2 of us 3 weekends to put it together. Came in 8 boxes, one of which was 12ft long alone so expect a massive delivery!!

Instructions are great, old one came with a DVD also, assume this does too.

A great buy and like others have said, rather spend this much on something outside than a games console and the kids sit inside all day!!

We had ours delivered on wednesday, it took me and my friend all day Thursday and Friday to build it and finished the little bits Saturday morning. If 2 blonde lasses can do it im sure most people will manage

beware though, the slide is terrifying, I came out of it half upside down haha

YummyMumma

Do you know if the 31ft by 29ft "obstacle free zone" is compulsory?



we haven't left that much room around it, there is plenty room for them to swing and get around it freely but there is less room than what they recommend

Out of stock on the website

I had bought this last year for my kids. great bit of kit for them. It did take me 2 full days to put up thou lol

Agree that it is straightforward to build, just took ages! Some bits needed two people but I easily managed most of it (no DIY skills whatsoever!) As far as clearance it needs most of the width it suggests for the swing but the clearance length ways isn't needed at all. Also agree about the slide, it took me so long to put together I was adament I was having first go. Needless to say I haven't been on it since!

Glad someone posted this as I've been trying to decide whether to get it for my daughters birthday (7) didn't know if she would be a bit old for it? But i also have a 2 year old so it's shoukd def get used. Is there any other about that's as big as this? I went to costco (edinburgh) on sat to see quality and hubby was quite surprised. Thanks
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