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Swing-N-Slide Cedar Brook Wooden Play Set

Item# 268-SWN147-1-AF | Model# PB 8272 | Added on January 17, 2016 |
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Swing-N-Slide Cedar Brook Wooden Play Set
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Set dimensions: 21L x 11.75W x 10.25H ft.. Features slide, 2 swings, glider, monkey bars, picnic table. Rock climbing wall, 8 climbing rocks, climbing rope, chalkboard. UV plastic-dipped chains for safety. Overall weight capacity: 1155 lbs.. Occupancy number: 11. For ages 2-10 yrs.. Your child will be the coolest kid on the block with this Swing-N-Slide Cedar Brook Wooden Play Set. With all of the different play components, kiddos will be able enjoy this set for years without getting bored. It's a surefire way to get the kids outside, from toddlers to bigger kids alike, thanks to the combination of rock climbing wall, swings, slide, glider, monkey bars, and more. A decorative window on the upper level even allows them to peek out at all the unfolding action. For your convenience, this play set includes stained and pre-cut lumber, plus a fully illustrated instruction manual and bracket system for easy installation. Your child will be climbing and swinging away on their new play set in no time.Additional Information:Includes wood roof with decorative window, sidewinder slide, 2 swings, glider, monkey bars, picnic table, rock climbing wall, 8 climbing rocks, climbing rope, chalkboardFeatures 4-ft. and 5-ft. deck heightsSwing weight capacity: 115 poundsGlider weight capacity: 150 poundsShips with instructions for assembly and maintenanceMeets ASTM safety standards for backyard residential useComplete with a 5-year limited manufacturer's warrantyMade in the USA
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