Baby Swings for Little Ones

f you are a parent who is in need of baby swings for an outdoor swing set you should implement a search on the internet. Outdoor baby swings are readily available and the options are excellent. 

If
you are a parent who is in need of baby swings for an outdoor swing set you
should implement a search on the internet. Outdoor baby swings are readily
available and the options are excellent. With such a large choice of baby
swings available you will need to narrow your search by age range. That is
because a baby swing is normally made for a specific age range.  There are
models specifically designed for infants under 6 to 9 months old and specific
styles for toddlers up to age three. All of these types of swings are often
referred to as baby swings. This article will discuss a few of the different
designs that are on the market today.

 

 

High
Back Molded Swing – This features a high seat back which offers
support as babies are learning to sit up. The high back features an
adjustable seat belt and molded (sometimes called a T-Bar) support. The
swing is made for a wooden swing set or a metal swing set. Look for
swings that include the heavy duty hardware and ropes which are weather
resistant so it will withstand the elements.

 

 

Full
bucket Swings – The Full bucket swings are made for young children, from 1 to 3
years of age. These are made of durable polymer with galvanized steel bucket hangers
and rated for around 75 pounds. Look for models that are UV protected as
this will keep the seat from getting hot when it is sunny outside. This type of
swing is typically found at the local playground but now has been made for
residential home use. Many styles feature the 360° design which envelopes
the baby or toddler for highest degree security and safety. Look
for swings that are commercial grade as it has a “spring steel” insert. Most full bucket swings are made with approximately
5’ 1” electro galvanized chains and have around 30” inches of chain, which
have been hot dipped in plastisol for a “pinch-free” grip. The benefits and
features of plastisol coated chains is that they provide an easier grip
for tiny hands as it eliminates the pinch points plus it prevents the grip
area from getting hot and eliminating burnt fingers on the hand.

 

 

Half bucket swings – This
type has the wrap design and provides support similar to the full bucket
but allows the toddler to begin learning how to move the swing back and forth
as he learns how to pump. This is the perfect transition swing from the full
bucket. It also has a safety chain belt across the front of the
swing. Just like the full bucket the seats are polymer molded with galvanized
bucket hangers and tow 5′ 1″ zinc plated chains with 30 inches
of plastisol coating.

 

 

IMPORTANT
SAFETY NOTES:

1. You should never leave
a baby or toddler unattended in child swing and adult supervision is a must at
all times.

2. If the swing features a seat belt make sure to use
it 100% of the time. Take that extra measure of caution and secure the child
with seat belt.

3. If is advisable to take
a look at the hardware, moving parts and rope or chain for wear at least once
per month.

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