Solvej Baby & Toddler Swing Soft Linen


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Solvej Baby & Toddler Swing Soft Linen

This Solvej Baby & Toddler Swing is an exclusive and attractive baby and toddler swing for the home environment, indoors and out, skillfully crafted with quality materials. The timeless natural design and colour range means this swing will complement any home and garden environment.

This swing converts from a baby swing to a toddler swing using the domed leg divider when your toddler is around 3 years old. This makes the swing suitable from approximate 6-months to 6 years (from when the baby can sit up unaided to the weight of 40kg/88lbs.) It is very easy to make the change between baby and toddler versions if you have both a baby and toddler in the home. The unusually long period you and your child can use this swing makes it excellent value for money.

It is an extremely safe swing for your baby with its safety belt and closed hooks and screw eyes. The beads are coloured with non-toxic paint. It conforms to the safety standards of Australasia and North America.

This swing has been designed for both indoor and outdoor use with carbine hooks and screw eyes for easy transition between the two. Made from natural durable timber, rot proof canvas, 10mm yachting braid and stainless steel fittings the swing is well equipped to handle the outdoor elements.

All these features plus a 9 year guarantee makes this swing a great investment for you and your child.

Packing and Convenience
Conveniently designed the swing packs down flat for easy storage and transport. Carbine hooks and screw eyes also make the swing easy to move between indoors and out or various places in your home or other locations.

About Solvej Swings:

Wh0 are Solvej?

HOLMSÄTER is a manufacturer, wholesaler and direct mail order company making and selling high quality canvas and wood swings.

Started when and where?

HOLMSÄTER was established 1993 in the village of Matiere in the heart of the King Country in the centre of the North Island of New Zealand.

By who?

Jennifer Irene Etherington (New Zealand) and Thomas Holmsäter Mortimer (Sweden).