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Climb, Swing and Socialize
Everyone climb aboard! Our Web Tower Swing is perfect for solo sensory integration therapy or swinging with friends. Kids work their bodies and their imaginations as they climb and swing every which way. Encourages motor planning, balance reactions, vestibular orientation, sensory processing and socialization.
Ideas for UseSwing side-to-side or around in circles. Stand on the outside ring or lie down in the webbed center to swing on your front or back.
- Supports sensory seekers and children with autism
- Can hold up to four people, including adults
- Made by Fun and Function
- Age 4+
Includes a swivel for 360-degree rotation and 2 carabiners. Requires 7' suspension. Mounting hardware required for installation (not included, see accessories).Download Guidelines for Safe Use
Maintain a minimum clearance of 6 feet around the perimeter of the swing, with protective floor matting. Use with adult supervision.
- 58”H x 39” Diameter
- Weighs 22 lbs.
- Holds up to 330 lbs.
- Color may vary
- Surface wash. Air dry.
Versatile durable swingThis is a fun swing and climber. It's fun to ride the webs or sail away in a flying ship. I was surprised at it's weight, but it is manageable to get up and down using a barrel for support. Be careful of intermittent sharp metal shavings when unpacking and the first few weeks. The storm seems to have settled. I like it's durability.Read MoreGreat for the whole family"We hunted for a manufacturer who could make a swing that an entire family can climb onto. We adore this swing as it can be used by one person or multiple people. My own kids were sad to see it leave the house to go out for testing. It provides heavy work, climbing, balance challenge and vestibular orientation. It's so sturdy that you can put several children on at once for social time. If I had to pick one swing for my basement or school, this would be it!" Ilana Danneman, PT, Product Development, Fun and FunctionRead MoreSuper Strong!This swing is super strong and I love the way it can be used by several kids at once. Marc Urbach, Dad, Atlanta, GARead More
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