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Costway 40" Kids Hanging Chair Swing Tent Set Hammock Nest Pod Seat

Item# 0000000000001015319100000000SP37081ColorP | Model# SP37081COLOR | Added on April 23, 2020 |
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Costway 40" Kids Hanging Chair Swing Tent Set Hammock Nest Pod Seat
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This hanging tree swing tent provides you with cozy and comfy nook to satisfy sensory needs. Combining the tent and standard platform swing, it can be served as reading nook, resting pod and hanging chair. Made of sturdy galvanized pipe frame with foam padding and high strength oxford fabric and PP jumping cloth, this nest hanging swing seat is available for 2 or 3 kids with maximum load-bearing capacity-330 lbs. And the detachable tent with screen window and rolling door not only ensures the ultra safe riding, but also gives kids private areas. Easily mount the swing chairs in the bedroom, playroom or a backyard tree and take down for easy storage, portable for travel and camping.

Features:
Swing hanging straps(not included) are needed if you wanna to hang this swing on tree
Detachable tent enclosure, provides the private zone to sleep, read
Screen window and rolling door on tent for good ventilation
Giant 40” diameter saucer swing, perfect for 2 or 3 kids to play together
Heavy-duty PP jumping cloth and 600D oxford fabric, holds up to 330 lbs
Sturdy galvanized pipe frame with foam padding, enhance its stability and safety
Greatly satisfying sensory needs and balance training
Perfect for people who need relaxing therapy zone to calm their mind
Easily mount in the bedroom, playroom or a backyard tree
Foldable mat for travel and camping

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Material: Galvanized pipe, PP jumping cloth, Oxford fabric
Overall Dimension: 40" x52" (Diameter x Height)
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