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Can anyone recommend a good adult sized swing please for my dd

(9 Posts)
BanrockStation Wed 08-Sep-10 15:44:39

Hi have been given some funding for family fund for dd and I want to buy her a swing. She is 11 and has asd and loves swings. She is very tall and a normal sized swing isn't big enough really. Have tried looking online but not found anything suitable. Many thanks. I have a £200 budget

2shoes Wed 08-Sep-10 16:21:40

how much support does she need?

2shoes Wed 08-Sep-10 16:23:30

this coampany is good
dd is 15 and still fits in the adult full support one.

saltyseadog Wed 08-Sep-10 16:30:30

We have the childs version of that swing 2shoes - tis brilliant.

princesspuds Wed 08-Sep-10 16:37:49

Thanks for that link, I have been looking for ages to find a suitable swing seat grin greatly appreciated

BanrockStation Thu 09-Sep-10 10:45:22

Hi thanks for that 2shoes. She doesn't have any mobility problems so would need just a basic seat, possibly with a wooden frame.

saintlydamemrsturnip Thu 09-Sep-10 10:49:25

I only found expensive American ones when I was looking.

I eventually bought ds1 a hammock chair which he loves

Sazisi Thu 09-Sep-10 11:01:59

Has she tried a hammock? I'm thinking the all-over pressure from a hammock could be extra beneficial. I'd love to get one for DD2 (and me wink) but don't think we have enough room.. my friend has one in her garden, hung between two old sleepers; she does have a big garden though envy

FredRogers13 Thu 12-May-16 19:36:57

Thanks for this link x

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