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|Product Type: Tire swing||Material Details: HDPE|
|Number of Chains Included: 3||ASTM Certified: Yes|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Chain Material: Rope|
|Installation Required: Yes||Color: Blue|
|Material: Plastic||CPSIA or CPSC Compliant: Yes|
|Non-Toxic: Yes||Weather Resistant: Yes|
|Water Resistant: Yes||UV Resistant: Yes|
|Rust Resistant: Yes||Ladder Included: No|
|Climber Included: No||Glider Included: No|
|Monkey Bars Included: No||Trapeze or Rings Included: No|
|Number of Chains Required: 3||Chains Included: Yes|
|Fully Enclosed Tire Swing: Yes||Age Group: 5+ Years|
|Gender: Unisex||Weight Capacity: 350 Pounds|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
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Great for smaller kids.
Mr.I can make that... from Camarillo, CA
It is amazing that it came with the hardware, at such a great price. Very light and sturdy.
A Great Purchase
Diane from Cooper City, FL.– Verified Buyer
My daughter asked for this swing for Christmas, but I figured she would use it once or twicw, and then get tired of it. WRONG! It is now March, and she has been on the swing almost every day, weather permitting. She loves it, and so does every other child who walks past it! The only improvement I would make, is to tie knots in the rope on top of the attachment holes, to always keep the swing horizontal, when only one child is on.
fun - with easy instalation
psbnbk from Kansas City– Verified Buyer
Sturdy product with complete parts in box.
Not sure about this one
active kids from St. Charles, MO– Verified Buyer
This product is not good for one child - the empty side flips up and doesn't swing very well but yet it's not big enough for 2 older children. Not all that safe - the layout is really close to the A frame while swinging.
After buying found @ surplus store
Gma B from Kansas City, MO
Life buoy swing is too small for 3 children. It flips up in vertical position with only 1 child. My 4 yr old grandson can not get in it or operate it by himself. It hits him in the head when he tries to climb on. He has to sit in it like an inner tube and I twirl him around.