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These three factors should be considered when choosing children’s amusement equipment

Amusement industry is very welcomed by investors, many new amusement equipment investors choose to join the market, but when new investors choose amusement industry amusement equipment, they will avoid a lot of problems, then what factors should be considered when buying children’s amusement equipment?

  1. market demand

When buying amusement equipment, we must follow the market demand. The market consumer group determines our input content on the other hand.For example, the main consumer group of your children’s park is children aged 3-6 years old, so, the characteristics of the children’s amusement equipment you invest in the purchase of children need 3-6 years old children, so that you will bring better benefits.

Ii. Operating area

The size of the playground directly affects the configuration of children’s amusement equipment. The floor space of different equipment will vary greatly, if the operating area is too small, some of the equipment you want to actually can’t accommodate. However, if the equipment is relatively small, the overall investment will not be too big. What needs to be reminded here is that a small business does not mean any money; there is no direct causal relationship between the two. For example, some single main equipment occupies an area of 40 to 50 square meters, if you only 70 to 80 square meters, then you need to consider supporting small children’s entertainment equipment.

Dynamic and static state

Children’s amusement equipment can be divided into static and dynamic two categories. According to past experience, dynamic children’s indoor amusement equipment is relatively welcomed by the market, because it can be more entertaining. Static amusement equipment, most of the more traditional, sanitary conditions may be relatively poor. But in terms of input costs, dynamic rides are higher than static rides.

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