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Wood Baby Swing
Wood Baby Swing
This is a handcrafted wood swing designed for toddlers however my 8 year old weighing 50lbs can comfortably use the swing.
The materials used to make this swing is rated for 200lbs. The height from the base of the seat to the top of the swing is approximately 22quot;. The width of the seat is approximately 12quot;. The used is a premium Marquee painted named Dragonfly which is a greenish blue color. You will also notice decorative furniture screws. The rope used is an All Weather Nylon Rope that rote and abrasive resistant with a 200lbs work load limit. The swing also comes with two carabiners for easy attachment to swing set and has 150lbs work load limit each.
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