Spieth "Stuttgart" tumbling track (assembly set)Save approximately 25%
– this extremely attractive offer is available if you complete the assembly and installation yourself.Versions:
- 9-part assembly set – 10.98 m long, approx. 290 kg
- 11-part assembly set – 13.42 m long, approx. 350 kg
- 14-part assembly set – 17.08 m long, approx. 440 kg
- Single part – 1.22 m long, approx. 36 kg
You can use standard gymnastics carpets measuring 12 m, 14 m or 17 m to fit with the 11 m, 13.5 m and 17 m track lengths.
The assembly set consists of:
- Special plywood pressure distribution plates
- Spring plates measuring (LxW:) 122x200 cm
- Total height approx. 12.5 cm
- Wood is pliable and multi-layered
- Velcro fastening to lower spring plate
- Comes without gymnastics mats
- Individual sections of tumbling track
- Velcro fastening strips available in either blue or amber. Please state the colour required when ordering.
- Assembly tool
- Special hot-melt adhesive with glue gun
- Stapler and staples
- Detailed assembly instructions
The minimum order for the assembly set is 9 individual parts.Don't forget to order:
we are, of course, happy to supply the matching gymnastics mats. We recommend the Spieth "Flexiroll" gymnastics mats which are 40 mm thick.
If you do not order the gymnastics mats at the same time, please advise us whether you require the blue or amber Velcro fastening strips. What's the difference between the "Stuttgart" tumbling track and the "Berlin" spring floor?
The "Stuttgart" tumbling track uses double-layered wooden panels (lower panel with spring element and covering panel) which are connected using Velcro strips. The substructure measures 12.5x12.5 m, plus a foam border. Each panel has 26 or 18 spring elements. The "Stuttgart" system is approx. 16.5 cm high, including the "Flexiroll" mat (not included when ordering the "Stuttgart" tumbling track). Without the mat, the "Stuttgart" system is approx. 12.5 cm high.
The substructure of the "Berlin" sprung floor consists of a single wooden panel with sprung elements, which are connected to each other using a tongue-and-groove system. The substructure measures 14x14 m and each panel consists of 55 spring elements. This means that the floor is fully sprung and no additional border is required. The "Berlin" system is approx. 15 cm high.
The spring elements of the "Berlin" floor have different properties to those of the "Stuttgart" tumbling track. The "Berlin" floor has a high number of spring elements per panel, meaning that this system provides a higher degree of spring.