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Heavy Work or Hang Out - Bonus Hardware Included
Our multi-functional Raindrop Swing provides sensory input to help kids calm and self-regulate. The flexible design supports a range of movement. As kids climb in, stretch out and move around inside the swing, they learn body awareness, balance, motor planning and spatial skills. The stretchy, heavy-duty fabric provides sensory pressure all over and creates a fun, private space to bounce, swing, spin or just lie motionless while enjoying the movement.
- Use while sitting, kneeling or prone
- Helps with vestibular orientation, motor planning, balance and coordination
- Supports kids with low muscle tone, autism, sensory processing disorder and hyperactivity
- Includes bonus hardware for safe rotation
- Made by Fun and Function
- Age 4+
Includes rotational device and carabiner for spinning. Suspension hardware is required to hang the swing. (Suspension kit sold separately see accessories.) Requires 7’ suspension.
For ceilings over 8’, we suggest a therapy rope, height adjuster and 2 carabiners: 1 carabiner to attach swing to height adjuster and 1 carabiner to attach height adjuster to ceiling suspension. All sold separately, see accessories.Download Guidelines for Safe Use
Maintain a minimum clearance of 6 feet around the perimeter of the swing, with protective floor matting. Professional installation recommended. Use with adult supervision.
- 60L" x 40"W
- Holds up to 150 lbs.
- Weighs 4 lbs.
- Surface wash. Air dry.
- Color: Blue
Great SwingMy kids love this swing. It is built well and is safe for them to relax in for hours at a time. Thanks so much!Read MoreLove this swingIt's so well made, and the kids love it . It's a staple at our place- so much fun for the adults and kids alike.Read MoreRaindrop SwingThe effort required to get in, out and move about makes this swing so great for learning coordination, motor planning, balancing and spatial awareness.Read More
Answered QuestionsCould this swing be used with a C-stand if we were just looking for slow movements that benefit vestibular input?Can the raindrop swing be used with a swing frame? On-line it only mentions connecting it to a ceiling suspension.