Free delivery on orders over €60
Go to wishlist Wishlist

Shopping cart

Your cart is currently empty

Product image slideshow Items

  • BABYGO BABYGO PLAYPARK -GREY WITH 48 BALLS
  • BABYGO BABYGO PLAYPARK -GREY WITH 48 BALLS
  • BABYGO BABYGO PLAYPARK -GREY WITH 48 BALLS
  • BABYGO BABYGO PLAYPARK -GREY WITH 48 BALLS
  • BABYGO BABYGO PLAYPARK -GREY WITH 48 BALLS
  • BABYGO BABYGO PLAYPARK -GREY WITH 48 BALLS
  • BABYGO BABYGO PLAYPARK -GREY WITH 48 BALLS
  • BABYGO BABYGO PLAYPARK -GREY WITH 48 BALLS

BABYGO PLAYPARK -GREY WITH 48 BALLS

€138,00
Incl. tax

Here your child can have fun discovering , while you have your hands free.

In stock

The stable XXL baby play grid impresses with its high-quality workmanship and elegant appearance. It offers a safe play area for the little ones. Here your child can have fun discovering the world while you have your hands free. It is therefore an ideal choice! Parents always have an eye on their children through the transparent mesh and can interact with them at any time.

The balls included in the package guarantee fun and games for the youngest in a safe environment. As a parent, you can do the household chores in a relaxed manner, enjoy the time to yourself or just go to the door. The perfect, safe playground with the ideal height of the barrier supports your child in learning to stand and walk. The Playpark is easy to assemble and disassemble and, with the carrying bag included in the package, offers an ideal travel companion. So, you can create a safe environment to play on vacation or with grandparents.

Safety note: Do not leave your child unattended for a long time.

 

  • Safe for babies
  • Zippered doors
  • Safe space for your baby to play, crawl and run
  • Soft and breathable mesh provides good visibility
  • Ideal height for toddler
  • 50 colorful balls for extra fun
  • Easy to assemble, disassemble and transport
  • Including transport bag
ACTIVITY YARD / PLAY PEN / travel cot
Please accept cookies to help us improve this website Is this OK? Yes No More on cookies »