Advantage Line Platform Swing

SKU: 120040

Eligible for VAT relief

Now it's easy to add a staple piece of suspended equipment to any environment. Our Advantage Line version of the Platform Swing has been simplified to bring you an economical version of our classic model.

Weight: 8kg

Dimensions: 78 L x 78 W x 150cm H

Working load: 135kg

Optional extras:
Southpaw's Infant Adaptation Kit is a great addition to the Platform Swing for smaller clients. This kit provides a padded pool for infants and small clients with gravitational insecurity and decreased trunk control. This high-density foam pool with soft insides provides proper rigidity and maximum protection. Works only with Southpaw's Platform Swing (Sold separately), and easily attaches using (4) included hook-and-loop flaps. Weight: 4kg

Another optional addition is the Advantage Line Infant Adaptation Kit, which creates a soft, enclosed space on our Platform Swing for infants and small clients with extreme gravitational insecurity. The soft-sided surface attaches to all Southpaw Platform Swings and Advantage Line Platform Swings. It can be used to create a small cocoon space for the swing. And, for some extra fun, it can even turn the swing into a moving ball pit. PLEASE NOTE: The Advantage Line Infant Adaptation Kit provides a measure of security for an infant or small child on a platform swing, but should not be considered a safety device - proper spotting techniques, protective equipment and matting should still be used. Weight: 1kg

Additional option  to replace the carpet with vinyl pads on your swings to make them easier to disinfect and clean between clients. These vinyl pads attach to the swings with Velcro® and can be removed and replaced for cleaning very quickly.

If you are looking to have a Southpaw swing installed on a ceiling by anyone other than Southpaw UK engineers - then the installation of forged ceiling eyebolts is your responsibility, and must be to the proper specifications. We always recommend that you have the ceiling tested by a structural engineer to ensure that your ceiling can carry the appropriate working loads. Please read our Safety and Working Loads pages thoroughly. Other elements of safety include the layout of the clinic or therapy space, the implementation of a systematic equipment inspection program, proper matting, and personal protection.

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