Safety board for home jungle gym or therapy gym

Our customers asked us if there is a way to stop kids sneaking to play on our jungle gyms without adult supervision. Especially climbing on monkey bars, since it is the highest point from where kids can fall.

quicklink First of all, all jungle gym accessories attach by simple-to-use quick links, therefore when no adult supervision available, simply remove all accessories until new use.

safety_board_dreamgym_cor1For vertical ladder you can use a board that can be made by yourself or ordered from DreamGYM Inc. along with your jungle gym or therapy gym. We have created a safety board and tested it on our kids (almost 3 and 6 years old). Read the rest of this entry »

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Is Yayita Baby Hammock Safe?

Yayita Baby Hammock

Yayita Baby Hammock

Yayita baby hammock was recalled in the US in August 2008 due to safety reasons. It was said in the incidence report that a baby flipped over in the hammock in such a way that it came to hang in the safety belts facing the ground. There were no injuries and the baby was safely retained by the safety belts. The baby cried and the parents went to the baby’s room and unfastened it from the belts.

Now La Siesta has upgraded Yayita Baby Hammock in such a way that flipping is no longer possible. La Siesta products receive the safety standards certificate of the German TÜV Rheinland only after passing several static and dynamic endurance-tests. Their products must, for example, withstand a load of 2.5 times the stipulated carrying capacity. The TÜV certificate commits La Siesta to test 1% of its current production.

Yayita continues to be a very good product. The hammock brings harmony to babies in general and rocks many sleepless babies to rest, while also calming parents and the whole neighbourhood!

Please visit our website for more information about Yayita  baby hammock.

Imitation is the greatest form of flattery

We knew it was going to happen one day. We’ve got a great product, that other people might want to reproduce. Look at the pictures below, it is like a game “Find ten differences”

DreamGYM Jungle Gym

DreamGYM Jungle Gym

Copycat Jungle Gym

Copycat Jungle Gym

These people did not only stole the idea, they literally created an identical product. But the biggest concern that their product is not up to American Standards. I can name at least three places with possible head/neck entrapment just looking at the picture. We put so much effort in designing our indoor jungle gyms as safe as possible. We spent thousands of dollars on safety testing. Every measurement is crucial. Even a half inch difference may cause strangulation hazard.  I hope our customers will spot the difference and make the right choice.

Read more about safety of original Indoor Jungle Gym at http://www.KidsDreamGym.com

Marina Mironov