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Jupiduu, that’s Kai and Ken Buschmann, who out of necessity, extremely successfully produce children's furniture for indoor and outdoor for some years now. Jupiduu stands for high-quality children’s slides, see-saws and more.

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Toys for Princes and Princesses

Jupiduu, that’s Kai and Ken Buschmann, who out of necessity, extremely successfully produce children's furniture for indoor and outdoor for some years now.

"When my brother Kai and I were looking online for a nice children’s slide for the daughter of a close friend, we couldn’t find anything that appealed to us in terms of material, design and style. Almost every slide that we came across was made from cheap plastic and was more intended for outdoor use. However, we really wanted to give Mia a beautiful children’s slide that she could play with in her room on rainy days. As, on the one hand, we believe that a plastic slide is not really suitable for a well designed children’s room and, on the other hand, children are surrounded by too many plastic toys anyway, the slide needed to be made from sustainable wood. In the end, we found the first and only wooden children’s slide in a large Swedish furniture shop. The quality was certainly good but there was still room for improvement regarding the design. In short – the right slide simply didn’t exist!Ken Buschmann

Hence, the two brothers decided to design the slide themselves with support from the from the renowned product designer Ralf Scheel. Scheel created a children's slide, which combines functionality, timeless design and fun consisting of harmless wood.

The so far most famous customer was the heir to the British throne, Prince George. In July 2014, the British Royal family ordered a slide of the model "Blue Whale" for his 1st birthday. Just like Prince George all children should have the opportunity to feel like little princes and princesses when playing with toys from Jupiduu.

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