Lifetime Dome Climber, Earth Tones

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  • Assembled Dimensions: 5'H x 10'W
  • Real rock-climbing hand grips
  • Powder-coated steel construction
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    About this item

    Provide an active, healthy way for your child to play outdoors with the Lifetime Geometric Dome Climber Play Center. This terrific play climber helps children develop growing muscles and coordination skills. It features a durable, powder-coated steel construction for long-lasting toughness. The steel frames are rust-resistant and won't chip or peel, and stand up well to harsh outdoor elements. This kid's climbing dome has rock-climbing hand grips for firm control while climbing. Plus, the strong, sturdy design adeptly withstands tough winds. With minimal assembly, this steel dome climber becomes a great outdoor play item. Place it in your backyard or on any leveled ground.


    Lifetime Geometric Dome Climber Play Center:

  • Real rock-climbing hand grips
  • Powder-coated steel construction
  • Won't rust, chip or peel
  • Strong and durable design
  • Maximum Weight Capacity: 600 lbs
  • Recommended for children 3 years and up
  • Lifetime Geometric Dome Climber Play Center Dimensions: 5'H x 10'W
  • Assembly required
  • 2 adults required for assembly
  • 3/16" Allen wrench and 1/2" wrench required for assembly (not included)
  • Place the kids' climbing dome on level, well-drained ground not less than 6' from any structure or obstruction
  • Specifications

    Age Start: 3 Years
    Age End: 10 Years
    Model No.: 90136
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 104.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 120.0 x 120.0 x 60.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 552253111
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    Customer Reviews | 109 reviews | 4.8 out of 5

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    Awesome outdoor play gym!
    1/21/2012

    Customer review by Mama2girlsNc

    5.0 stars by Mama2girlsNc

    we just got this a few weeks ago and our kids love it! It was fairly easy to put together by my husband and I. I like the neutral colors so it blends in to the background. I think this is a great alternative to an overpriced wood play set, plus no maintenance.

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    Mama2girlsNc
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Great product!
    5/15/2012

    Customer review by OutdoorMom12

    5.0 stars by OutdoorMom12

    We have 4 children ages 4-9 and they love this climber. It took them a few days but now they are all able to climb up by themselves. It is not too high so they can all jump off without hurting themselves. There is still plenty of room when all 4 of them are on it together. I love that the earth colors blend in with the grass and tree so it does not stand out too much. Great way for them to get exercise without even knowing it!

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    OutdoorMom12
    Clayton, NC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every few days
    Great outdoor activity for the kids
    5/24/2012

    Customer review by bmokc

    5.0 stars by bmokc

    I am happy with the quality of the climber for the price. In terms of outdoor play toys this is a great bargain. My daughter is only 2 and like to climb on it with some help but is probably too young to fully use it but we have had a 5 year old friend come play on it and loves it. The assembly at first seems overwhelming because the instructions are vauge, but once you get going it starts making more sense. I missed that on step one it says in small print at the bottom to repeat this step five times. I would have thought that should have been the first sentance of step one since that is kind of important to know. It took me 3 hours with many distractions during that time to put it together by myself. It is definately possible to put together yourself but it would go faster and smoother with 2 people. I am about 6 feet tall male with average strength and am able to get under the middle of it and lift it above my shoulders to move it 5-10ft out of the way to cut the grass every week. Our yard is not level but it does conform to the uneven ground well during assembly, but a flat location is best. Do not that the brown color pipes do have a muted earth tone that is nice but the dark green pipes do not blend well with my local plant life and it does make it stand out some. I am sure this may not be the case if your lawn is a deep vibrant green. The look of it is not a concern to us and overall everyone is very pleased with it.

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    bmokc
    Oklahoma City
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Once per week
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    Our front yard is sloped, but is the more grassy area. Our backyard is pretty flat but won't grow grass (aside from patches here and there). I would love to put this climber in our front yard, but is that possible with the slope? It's not a huge slope or anything, but it's enough that we can't put a swingset there. Would it be okay on a slope if it's anchored down?
    by an anonymous customer 8/25/2012
    • if the ground isn't perficly level is ok,, it's 10' across so you will not have to worry about it rolling over,, as long as your not putting it on the side of a hill were the angle isn't over 20 degrees
      by wrench3280712/30/2013
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    • I am the original poster of the question and wanted to update. The climber works great in our yard. It's fairy even/flat ground, but on a slight slope. We have had no tipping issues at all.
      by SAPJ1/29/2013
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    • A little slope probably won't hurt, but it needs to be flat if that makes sense. You want to make sure the entire bottom of the climber is in contact with the ground or it will rock.
      by Lamarp31/29/2013
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    • The design allows it to be used on almost any slope. If you feel it is neccessary, the up-hill side can easily be secured this one landscape "cork-screw anchor".
      by BiggerBilly5/10/2013
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    • I really don't think there would be a problem on a moderately sloped yard. You could anchor it but I wouldn't think it would be necessary.
      by TBLANK1/7/2013
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    • It needs to be fairly level. We keep ours on a slight slope on the winter to keep off the grass. It works fine and will not flip over.
      by coxfam221/5/2013
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    • Because of the drought our yard is uneven (but not sloped). It appears steady even on sunken areas in our yard.
      by Rancherswife9812/30/2012
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    • I would think it would be fine as long as the slope is a flat surface and not steep. It's pretty stable.
      by alldonewith3kids12/20/2012
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    • I think once it is put together you could have it on a slight slope. I would not recommend putting it together on the slope though, we did that and it was not easy due to the weight on the low end. If you can put it together on your driveway and then move it, that may work out better. I plan on getting some hurricane ties and securing mine next week, that may help you as well.
      by gr33kgirl10/15/2012
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    • It depends on how deep the slope is. Even on a flat area, this does not sit perfectly 'flat'; enough of the bars need to be grounded so that it does not wobble when kids are climbing on it. If your slope was only slight, but even (does that make sense?) that might be fine. Our backyard is flat, but lumpy in some spots even though entirely covered with grass; I have to move it around a bit to find a spot where most of the lower bars are resting on the ground.
      by Kay10099/1/2012
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    by emdog 12/27/2011
    • No. It is very stable. The only wind I think would flip it would be a tornado or hurricane. You probably wouldn't want it after that!
      by TBLANK1/8/2013
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    • Not a chance. It is very heavy and well built.
      by coxfam221/5/2013
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    • I doubt it.
      by alldonewith3kids1/8/2013
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    • no. this structure is quite steady.
      by kimeimama11/3/2012
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    • It is pretty heavy, but I plan on securing mine just in case.
      by gr33kgirl10/15/2012
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    • It hasn't yes and we have tied down other things during storms. It is not extremely heavy tho just very awkward.
      by mommadonn9/23/2012
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    • NO. We have had strong winds in this area (tornado-like conditions) without any problem like that. The spaces in between the bars and the weight combined would allow the wind to blow through it, in my opinion.
      by Kay10096/2/2013
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    • I would not trust it in a hurricane but we have had it out during storms and it was fine. My husband is over 200lbs and he climbed on each side and bounced to try to make it flip and it did not budge. You can easily stake it down if you are worried about strong winds.
      by OutdoorMom126/2/2013
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    • No. Becasue there are no areas of resistance, this dome stays put.
      by ferneo8/5/2012
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    • We just had tornado warnings and high winds one week ago. The dome didn't move at all.
      by sneilson8/5/2012
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    by an anonymous customer 7/24/2012
    • I have a truck, but it could fit in a car if the seats fold down
      by LadyHekuba5/14/2013
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    • The box size is about 4 feet by 2 feet. It's VERY heavy.....
      by momof3plus2dogsandahusban6/2/2013
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    • I can't recall the exact size of the box but it will easily slide in the back of an suv. It is fairly heavy though, and needs to two people to pick it up.
      by Lamarp31/29/2013
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    • It's heavy. You'll need help in getting it into your car or trunk. For small cars, you'll probably need one where the back seats fold forward and one that can be accessed from the rear.
      by BiggerBilly1/18/2013
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    • The box is approximately 3'X4'. The box was not quite as large as I anticipated. I did use my truck but a large trunk would suffice.
      by TBLANK1/8/2013
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    • It will fit in a standard trunk but will require at least two people to get it on and out as the box is about 120 lbs.
      by coxfam221/5/2013
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    • I would say yes or a large SUV. The box is heavy. It took 2 adults to carry.
      by Rancherswife9812/30/2012
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    • The box is 40 inches by 24 inches by 7 inches, and is heavy. With help to get the box in and out of a car, I think it would go in any backseat.
      by WalMartFan571212/21/2012
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    • The box is not too large, maybe the same size as a small bike. It fit in my minivan trunk.
      by gr33kgirl10/15/2012
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    • I don't remember the box dimensions, but we had it in the back of our minivan. If you have a trunk in at least a regular size sedan (a super compact might be too small), then you could get it home hanging partly out of the trunk. It was a longer, rectangle shaped box that was relatively flat, not bulky.
      by Kay10099/1/2012
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