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The RAD Climber is the only portable interactive climbing toy in the world used to teach engineering principles, develop coordination and maintain health, and promote cooperation, creativity, and innovation. It is used in gyms, classrooms, playgrounds, camps, homes, and parks. It requires NO screws, nuts, bolts, or tools, and can be rapidly assembled or disassembled by children of all ages, indoors or outdoors. It is patented and manufactured in the US using extra high grade PVC with built-in UV protection, ideal for outdoor use. A three-story RAD Climber stands 7'8" tall, weighs only 80 pounds, and supports over 1,800 pounds (see photo below right).

The portable RAD Climber weighs only 81 lbs. and can hold over 1,800 lbs.

RAD Climber Full 3 Story ... $499.99*

Ready to assemble out of the box.

Includes 60 struts, 12 inserts, 10 rings, 120 pins, and 2 net chairs. 

(Floor Pads and Shipping Not Included)

Click on the picture to Purchase

Proudly Made in the U.S.A.

Safety and Warranty


Assemble RAD Climber on a soft, flat, even surface in the house, in the yard, at the beach, park, or playground.

Use RAD Climber only in a safe and secure area.

Do not assemble RAD Climber under low hanging electrical wires, fixtures, or sensors.

Be sure all pins are in place before climbing on RAD Climber

Do not jump on/off RAD Climber

Do not exceed 125 pound load per horizontal strut.

Do not put rings or pins in mouth.

Adult Supervision recommended for children under 10.


Engineering Minds offers a conditional warranty on the RAD Climber for ten years. This warranty is valid only for the configuration shown above and covers manufacturing defects of struts, rings, pins, and inserts (see instruction video).

Call us with any questions on safety and warranty.

Thank you.