Wooden Balance Board Beech by OCAMORA
The Ocamora balance board promotes strength, balance, exercise and fun! The maximum weight for this product is 55 kg.
Dimensions: 95 x 32 cm
The Ocamora Curve Table is a certified rocker arm according to Directive 2009/48 / EC on the safety of toys. Other positions have not been certified, Ocamora is not responsible for other uses.
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Made in Spain.
Ocamora balance boards are made in Spain with beech and poplar wood harvested from Spain and France. The surface of the balance board is made of beech wood and the inside wood type is beech and poplar. The wood is labeled with FSC certificates and the boards are treated with ecological and environmentally friendly products. The oils that are used to finish the Ocamora toys are a mixture of flax oil, tung and some vegetable oils. The stains that are used to colour the wood are made from water dyes. Both the oils and stains comply with the safety regulations for toys UNE EN 71/3.
HOW TO USE
The balance board is what you imagine it is; a balance board, a swing, a bridge, a shop, a cabin, a stepping stone, a racetrack, a lounge chair, fitness equipment, a puppet, a small football goal, or at the back of an elephant?
This product is packaged in a compostable and recyclable cardboard box.
END OF LIFE
This product should be used for as long as possible and then donated to give it a new life. Otherwise, it is 100% compostable.
Ocamora are Gregorio and Laura, together who have a workshop of design and manufacture handmade wooden toys. They use wood from sustainable forests, and the paints and oils they apply are ecological and vegetable-based, so their toys are 100% chemical and toxic-free.
Ocamora toys have no instructions, they are designed to let the imagination run wild ... They allow the smaller, not so small, to explore, play and learn, in a natural way. To discover the touch or the smell of the wood, the sensations that contribute the natural elements, should be an option within reach of all children.
Each piece is cut, sanded and treated with much affection and enthusiasm, in a cottage on the outskirts of Cordoba (Andalusia), in a workshop surrounded by nature, orchards, bird song and children's laughter.