Connecting Peg for Rubber Play Tiles Box of 100

£15.00

Connecting Peg for Rubber Play Tiles

  • Made from durable plastic
  • 55mm long
  • 5mm dia core
  • 8mm Outside Diameter
  • Double-ended design for connecting together rubber play tiles
  • Box of 100 Qty
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These plastic connecting pegs are designed for use with our rubber play tiles to connect the individual tiles together to create one continuous surface. Using up to 8 per tile, these interconnecting pegs fit inside the holes of our rubber play tiles and can help to construct a surface in either a straight row-and-column formation, or a brick-bond style.

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Weight 2 kg
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What products are connecting pegs used with?

Answer:

Connecting pegs are used with rubber play tiles to connect neighbouring tiles together using the pre-drilled holes in each tile.


Where can I find the installation instructions?

Answer:

Instructions can be found on the ‘downloads’ tab at the bottom of the product page. In addition, more information on installation can be found through our blogs and YouTube videos.


How much is delivery?

Answer:

Delivery is £10 for any quantity of X-Grid, bases, mats, tiles and accessories.


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