This modifiable climbing frame with 5 sections is a patented construction that supports the development of motor skills and balance. FIPITRI is a bigger version of MOPITRI, providing even more space for the child both under and above the climbing frame.
Modifiable Climbing Frame FIPITRI
Modifiable Climbing Frame FIPITRI
- Suggested age - 12 months & older
- Safety - our main objective when making products
- Curiosity - they can discover the world around them and learn new skills
- Practical life skills - children learn to wash hands, cut vegetables, mix flour and do other small, but meaningful things on their own
- Fine motor skills - the tower helps in developing dexterity and precision
- Independence - your children will start doing more and more things without or very little involment from your side
Supports motor skills and balance development.
Variety of positions for productive activities.
Change the shape of the climbing frame each day - lower or steeper triangle, house-shaped or flat - adapt the climbing challenges to your child’s development stage and abilities. For even more fun - add a sliding ramp or two.
Climbing made safe & entertaining.
Most children have a strong wish to climb somewhere – on chairs, on the table, on the sofa, on the kitchen cabinet. And it can get dangerous.
Provide a safer alternative - a climbing frame. It lets your child practice physical activities while developing decision making skills. Every climb is an exercise and a puzzle at the same time. FIPITRI makes the climbing activity safe and highly entertaining for your child.
Children learn new things at their own pace
Children should not be rushed into faster physical development. To promote healthy joints, muscles and bones, your child should learn all movement skills by himself. Your child will know by himself when he is ready for more advanced movements and activities.
Provide safe way to learn
Parents’ role here is to provide a safe way for a child to work on his/her climbing skills. Change the shape of the climbing frame each day and add the sliding ramp for even more fun and diversity!
Transform it into many shapes
Change the shape of the climbing frame each day and adapt the climbing challenges to your child’s development stage and abilities. Add the sliding ramp for even more fun and diversity.
width of the construction
82,5 cm(32 1/2 in)
Each segment length
37,3 cm(14 3/4 in)
Highest frame position
60 cm(23 3/5 in)
117 x 40 cm(46 x 15 3/4 in)
Birch rod diameter
3 cm(5 1/5 in)
Distance between rods
12 cm( 15 3/4 x 46 in)
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the shipping time and cost?
Our products are made to order and our processing time depends on the actual demand. More detailed information about shipping time and cost is available at our Payments and Shipping page.
Is the paint child safe?
Yes. All products are painted with water-based UV paint and varnish that are non-toxic
What’s the age recommendation?
The recommended age for MOPITRI is 12 months, and helper towers STEP UP and STEP'n'SIT it is 18 months.
What’s the weight limit on your products?
All of our products are certified to withstand 50kg or 110 lbs.
Are your products tested?
All of our helper towers have the following standards and certificates: EN 17191:2021 Children’s Furniture. Seating for children. EN 14183:2003 Step stools EN 12520:2015 Furniture. Strength, durability and safety. The activity toys (climbing frames) are tested and certified under European Union Harmonised Standards Toy Safety regulations that are internationally accepted (directive 2009/48/EC). Safety of toys: EN 71-1 Mechanical and physical properties; EN 71-2 Flammability; EN 71-8 Activity toys for domestic use EN 71-3 Migration of certain elements EN 71-9 Safety of toys Organic chemical compounds
Can I add a personalization?
It is possible to personalize the helper towers with a name or a word of your choice. The cost of this service is an additional €8.
Do products come assembled?
No. Our products come disassembled to reduce the cost of transportation and the possibility of damage done while transporting. And they come with an assembly instruction in paper or video format.
How to store the climbing frame while it is not in use?
Climbing frame can be disassembled by unmounting the handles with the threaded rod. This allows you to divide it into sections, which can be easily stored under a bed/behind a closet and in similar places.
How to clean the helper towers and climbing frames?
You can use a damp cloth to clean all of our products whenever it is needed. Make sure it is completely dry before your child starts to use the product again.
If your child pours some liquid on the item, please clean it off as soon as possible to avoid slipping and traumas, as well as to prevent the possible damage of the product.
Please also note that these products are not for outdoor use and rain, cold or direct sunlight can influence the product longevity.