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TANGIST Indoor Therapy Swing Sensory Swing for Kids for Autism,

$27

TANGIST Indoor Therapy Swing Sensory Swing for Kids for Autism,

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Product description

Color:Purple

Our swing exposes your child to the kinds of inputs that are necessary for the vestibular system to be trained in order to understand the environment. This is a learning experience for your child’s senses, and will make them feel more grounded, and eventually help them walk, run, and perform other actions.

Specifications:
Material: nylon
Hammock size: 150x280cm/59x110in (length * width)
Bearing weight: 100kg (200lb)
Product weight:
150*280cm full set weighs about 530g/1.16lb

Package included:
Swing*1
Connecting rope*1
Extension belt*1
8th steel lock*1
Fixed disk *1

Steps for Using:

Step 1: Fold the swing in half along the long side , then fold the end of swing again to connect the O-tie.
Step 2: Put the end of tie through the hole of the swing.
Step 3: Tighten the O-tie and connect with carabiner. Connect the O-tie to the adjustable extension cord.
Step 4: Connect the adjustable extension cord to the 360° rotation ceiling hook or other support device.

Note: There is a chance the rope may fray over time especially if it receives a lot of friction so inspect strap occasionally to prevent breaks. Please Check and make sure knot is secure before using.

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