ARC ASSISTANT 3 IN 1: Learning Tower / Kitchen Helper + Toy Box + Island Bench
Regular price$ 389.00
Nadia Lim, Nathan Wallis, Valerie Adams, Anika Moa, Laura McGoldrick, Toni Street, Sam Wallace, Claire Turnbull, Carly Flynn and Dorothy Waide. Featured by Stuff, Tots to Teens, Baby on the Move, Babyology and Trends.
THE ARC ASSISTANT ORIGINAL LEARNING TOWER = ONLY KITCHEN HELPER WITH:
1. Safety Compliance, with Arc Patented Outrigger Balance Feet for stability
2. Advocacy from Nathan Wallis, Neuroscience educator and a;
3. Glowing Consumer NZ Review
The NZ made Arc Assistant Learning Tower (with its patented design), is the ONLY KITCHEN HELPER with Arc Outrigger Engineered Balance Feet. It complies with the Cot Stability Test within AU/NZ AS/NZS 2172/2013. The Arc Assistant Kitchen Helper did not tip over during rigorous IANZ accredited stability testing. Unlike many others with a straight up and down design, The Arc Assistant is stable. This crucial for your child’s safety when standing at height. It also has solid walls so little ones can’t fall through gaps. See FREE safety checklist in photos, The Arc Assistant Learning Tower complies with all points.MUST KNOW "AT LEAST ONE CHILD AGED 1 -2 YEARS IS ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL FOR A FALL RELATED INJURY EVERY DAY IN NEW ZEALAND." DON’T LET YOUR CHILD BE ONE THEM, CHOOSE THE ARC ASSISTANT SAFETY TESTED KITCHEN HELPER / LEARNING TOWER
NATHAN WALLIS, NEUROSCIENCE EDUCATOR’S REVIEW
“I love that the Arc Assistant Learning Tower facilitates hours and hours of extra face to face time for toddlers during their formative years. 80% of the brain is developed by age three and connected secure activities are imperative during this time. The fact that the Arc Assistant Learning Tower has been rigorously safety tested at an IANZ accredited lab gives me confidence in using it with my grandchildren. It is for this reason and the fact that it helps facilitate so much daily parent and child connection, that I advocate for the Arc Assistant kitchen helpers.”
WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE THE ARC ASSISTANT 3 IN 1 LEARNING TOWER OVER THE ARC ASSISTANT ORIGINAL LEARNING TOWER / KITCHEN HELPER?
In addition to the famous NZ made safety tested Arc Assistant Original Learning Tower function, The Arc Assistant 3 in 1 can also be converted into a Toy Box and an Island Bench. You can change between the Learning Tower (aka The Kitchen Helper), the Toy Box and Island Bench as many times as you wish, as no tools or screws are involved.
IMAGINE IF YOU COULD...
Increase your toddler’s daily brain development every day in their first 3 years when 80% of their brains develop. Plus take back your stress-free kitchen, with no more little ones under feet, balanced your hip or precariously on an unsafe stool.
Simply by including your toddler and having them stand up at the bench beside you in The Arc Assistant Learning Tower. The Arc Assistant Kitchen Helper facilitates 1000s of extra connected activities with you. The more connected activities with you in the Arc Assistant Kitchen Helper during their first 1000 days, the better their brains develop during this crucial time.
Arc Assistant Learning Tower dimensions when assembled (aka The Kitchen Helper Tower):
“I love that the Arc Assistant Learning Tower facilitates hours and hours of extra face to face time for toddlers during their formative years. 80% of the brain is developed by age three and connected secure activities are imperative during this time. The fact that the Arc Assistant Learning Tower has been rigorously safety tested at an IANZ accredited lab gives me confidence in using it with my grandchildren. It is for this reason and the fact that it helps facilitate so much daily parent and child connection, that I endorse the Arc Assistant.”
Nathan Wallis, Neuroscience Educator
CONSUMER NZ'S REVIEW
"Despite my initial scepticism, the Arc Assistant Learning Tower has become one of the best purchases I’ve made over the past couple of years. There’s something special about my boy being right up at the bench that wouldn’t be the same if he was just in his high chair and pulled up close. We can share the same bench space and he’s up higher, so can see everything that’s going on. It feels like we’re a team when he’s in it and there are more opportunities for him to learn."