A sandpit can be built in next to no time but will give sheer, unadulterated fun for years afterwards. Maintaining a sandpit is not difficult and spares are easy to obtain. The sandpit is a perfect piece of play equipment – even for a small garden or yard!
Different types of sandpits
What sorts of sandpit are there? The choice is so wide that every family will be able to find a sandpit to suit. Our range starts with simple square wooden sandpits. Measure out how much space you have available in your garden, and choose a suitable size. Don't forget a cover for the sandpit. A hexagonal wooden sandpit is equally suitable for digging or for building sandcastles. This model, too, is available in different sizes and different heights. Sun protection over the sandpit is recommended, especially for summer. A sandpit with a roof is the perfect answer for this. While the Villa Fantastico sandpit with a wooden or tarpaulin roof looks like a Wendy house, the Peter Pan and Nadine sandpit all have a roof that can be lowered. The roof, of course, not only offers protection from UV rays but also protects the sand itself from wind and rain, from bird droppings and from wandering animals. Not only that – our King Kong sandpit can be turned into a ship, while you can even attach a little cabin to the Störtebecker model. Our plastic sandpits are colourful, uncomplicated and very popular. The Mussel sandpit is in the shape of a folding mussel-shell – fill one half with sand and the other half with water. The Big Sandy and Big Sandpit plastic models, which come with a tarpaulin cover, are quick and easy to dismantle.
Accessories for sandpits
It's not only our selection of sandpit models that is vast – there are many sorts of accessories, too. Among the most important of these is a cover. For every wooden sandpit – whether square, oblong or hexagonal – we have a matching cover. Never use builders' sand in your sandpit! Anti-root foil for the sandpit protects the play sand from contamination from below. Simply lay it under the sandpit and it prevents roots and insects on the ground from coming into the play sand. If you choose a sandpit without a roof, always keep sun protection in mind. Position the sandpit in the shade, or attach a sunshade (which will, of course, also protect from rain).