The Tukataka learning tower is delivered already assembled and therefore can be used immediately.
To avoid serious injury or death by falling or sliding off the tower the following Safety instructions must be followed:
- Adult supervision is required at all times.
- Your learning tower is designed to be used on flat surfaces.
- Always ensure that dangerous objects and appliances are out of child’s reach (such as but not limited to, knives, kettle, electric mixers, and various hot surfaces, etc.).
- Always ensure that the safety catches are safely inserted in the safety rails, thus preventing your child from removing and accidentally swallowing these. DO NOT use the safety catches if you suspect that your child might be able to remove them.
- Ensure that your child is always supervised and within arm’s reach.
- The Tukataka learning tower is intended for children who can stand unaided.
- Never leave the child unattended when in use.
- DO NOT attach items to learning tower that may be potential strangulation hazards (such as, but not limited to, pet leashes, ropes, chains, etc.).
- Children should be dressed appropriately. Avoid loose-fitting clothing and potentially hazardous items such as ponchos and scarves.
- Children should be instructed not to climb the sides of the Tukataka learning tower and only enter the tower through the front.
- DO NOT place the tower near an open flame.
- The learning towers are designed to be used up against a solid structure such as a kitchen worktop, table, bathroom basin unit, etc. to prevent it from toppling.
- Before use make sure the height-adjustable step is at the correct height setting for the child, and it is firmly mounted on the tower.
- Remove the safety catches, and under adult supervision, allow your child to climb onto the Tukataka learning tower.
- Next insert the safety bars into their slots and secure them with safety catches. If your child is too small to climb the tower independently, you can keep the safety bars in position and simply lift your child into the tower.
- Your child can now join in daily activities or simply observe the world around them.
- Remove the safety bars and under adult supervision allow your child to climb down of the Tukataka learning tower.
- Insert the safety bars back into their slots and secure them with safety catches.
- If your child is too small to climb out of the tower independently, you can keep the safety bars in position and simply lift your child out of the tower.
- The load capacity of the learning tower is 100 kg.
If you notice any damage to the learning tower which may have been caused by the shipping company during transit, please notify us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include detailed pictures indicating the damage and a picture of your address label. To expedite the handling of your complaint, we ask that you inform us of any damages immediately after unpacking your item. Thank you.
You can get some more cleaning tips in our video in the article at: https://tukataka.co.uk/blogs/