Sky Saucer

By Slackers

$69.99 More on the way

Details

Sky Saucer swing can be enjoyed by a wide range of kids from age 3 to 15. Just attach to a strong healthy tree and start swinging.

  • Materials: Plastic, nylon, carabineer
  • Popular new Saucer type of swing
  • Swings and spins—kids love it
  • Solid swing base keeps fingers and hands out of danger
  • Attaches to any strong healthy tree, swing set, or playset
  • Adjustable and UV-resistant nylon rope and hardware
  • Base holds 1 or 2 children. Maximum 150 lbs.
  • Recommended for ages 3+
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 5" x 28" diameter; 10' rope
  • Weight: 7 lbs.

2 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

What a great swing!

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I bought this for my great-nieces and great-nephews, as well as their moms and dads, and it is SUCH A HIT! They sent numerous photos and even a couple videos of the kids playing on it--sometimes with four of them at once! And even the parents enjoy it, holding a baby. Wonderful, very cool thing.More > < Less

5

Great value!

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I purchased this to keep at my home for our 2 1/2 year old twin granddaughters. THEY LOVE IT! It is well made, was easy to install and has already brought about lots of giggles, big smiles and requests to "go higher"! I would highly recommend this to anyone who doesn't want a big swing set in their back yard. And, the sky saucer is reasonably priced. I was a bit shocked when I opened the box and the swing was lime green with yellow ropes when there was no option to choose a color, and the only photo shows a blue swing with green ropes. This was not a problem to me; just be aware your swing may not arrive as a blue swing.More > < Less

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About Slackers

Learning the Ropes

Getting kids to put down their electronics and play outside is a no-brainer when your backyard setup includes a slackline or zipline.

Ed O'Brien, founder of Brand 44, tried ziplining in Costa Rica and was inspired to create the Slackers line of slacklines and ziplines. They’re made for backyard installations and designed for kids (and adults) who are just beginning to learn the ropes.

Slacklining is a fun activity that improves core strength and balance, but it takes practice. To ease the learning curve, Ed designed an overhead training line that kids can grab if they need help balancing. Once they learn the basics, kids can try more advanced tricks. To make his ziplines more accommodating for beginners, Ed added a seat so kids can zip between the trees with a little extra support.

Brand 44 is dedicated to making outdoor activities more accessible to everyone, and the Colorado company’s slacklines and ziplines are a fun way to outfit your backyard for adventure without getting too extreme. But be warned: Getting kids off the lines might be tough once they discover how much fun they are.