New nature looking spinners

Three of children’s all-time favourite spinners now come in a nature-inspired visual expression. 

Every playground needs a great spinner, to spin the children to the point of complete dizziness and endless FUN! 

With the addition of three new spinners in the nature play portfolio, nature-inspired playgrounds can now also offer iconic spinning fun for children of all ages and abilities. The three new spinners deliver varied play experiences. In common though, they all have the unique ability to exhilarate children at a level that follows the child’s individual age and willingness to be challenged.  

The large tilted Supernova ring offers a unique spinning sensation where children can either lie, sit or stand. The smallest children can use it seated while their parents give them a spin. Older children find it especially exhilarating and challenging to stand up on it and to do tricks. The Spinner Bowl is a safe and secure place to settle into and spin to the brink of dizziness. The Tipi Carousel welcomes children of all ages and abilities. The uniquely designed top brace provides support and also serves as an element that increases the fun. 

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Nature’s mate

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The warm new natural-looking spinners blends perfectly within nature-inspired playgrounds and natural settings; adding a whole new movement sensation to a playscape. 

Simple design - advanced fun

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The Spinner Bowl evokes squeals of joy when children rotate again and again. The tilted bowl allows children to adjust the spinning speed with their own body movements. 

Spinning for all abilities

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For play to be fun, it has to tickle the stomach, and spinning is one of the activities that can do that. The Tipi Carousel and Spinner Bowl are designed to embrace all children and offers extra support if the child needs it.

New research shows that it isn’t merely children’s bodies and sense of balance that benefit from spinning. A great sense of balance affects their learning skills positively: a great sense of balance is closely connected to mathematical skills.

Jeanette Fich Jespersen, Head of KOMPAN Play Institute

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