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Lillagunga Classic Swing - Walnut

€159,00

For most children, flying through the air on a swing is the best fun there is. Let the kids play, swing high or low, twist and turn to develop their motor skills, strength and balance.  Lillagunga Classic is a durable and stylish product for both indoor and outdoor use. Thanks...

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For most children, flying through the air on a swing is the best fun there is. Let the kids play, swing high or low, twist and turn to develop their motor skills, strength and balance. 

Lillagunga Classic is a durable and stylish product for both indoor and outdoor use. Thanks to the patented mechanism for adjusting the height of the seat, the swing is both safe and easy to use. Like all Lillagunga products, the swing comes preassembled and ready to use.

This swing is recommended 3-14 year old children.

Maximum weight 60 kg

Gross weight 1830 grams

Materials: Wood: oiled treated oak, Rope: polypropylene, Swivels: stainless steel (AISI 316)

Included: wooden seat, four rope locks, two swivels and two ropes.

Ropes suited for room height: 2-2.8 m

Lillagunga is a Helsinki based design company originally known for its reinvention of the classic wooden swing. The company was founded in May 2013, taking its name from the Swedish word for ‘little swing’. From the outset Lillagunga has aspired to reinvent and improve classic activity toys through unmatched visual appeal, unique functionalities and superior quality. 

Through our carefully crafted products, we want to spread a sense of joy and wonder into people’s everyday lives. We design quality products that people can customise to meet their preferred style or need, creating something fun, unique and personal. All our products are designed and manufactured in Finland. 

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