Playsafe Middleton 6-Leg Swing Set
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- 6' wave slide
- 2 contoured comfort swings with vinyl chain protectors and classic metal trapeze bar
- 2-child glider, 2-person teeter-totter, and 4-person lawn swing
- Powder-coated, heavy-grade steel with arched leg supports for greater height and sturdiness
- Pre-inserted hardware for easier assembly
Top Customer Reviews
This is a two person project, and then, expect to spend 3-4 hours on it. More then 2 is ok, too!
Since there is no picture of the swing set on the box, or in the instructions, I would suggest you print one from the web site, it's handy to refer to.
One long pole has 2 holes at the bottom for the see-saw, it's goes at the right rear corner, so find it from the start. One of the 3 cross members also has two holes for the sliding board which goes on the left side, so find it as well. By the way, the sliding board is attached by two pieces about 3" long sort of like a Z. Don't throw them away. There are 2 long slender rods which go under the big swing that holds the floor together and is where the upper arms attach. On the upper arms, there are black plastic caps that have little indentions sticking out that go into the holes of the rods. If you don't get them into the holes, they will not close all the way. On the sliding board, the steps go on one way better then the other due to the slant. Also, turn the screws around so that the hex end is on the outside, not the inside, or you will have a protuding ends sticking out.Read more ›
The manufacturer's website now has an UPDATED version of the instructions that should make it much easier to assemble. They show step by step installs with color photographs. You can find this on the main page of the instep.net website. < In case the link get's removed, google "instep" and it should be the first link. Click on Playsafe products and navigate from there. Good luck!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased the Middleton swing set and thanks to the online instructions it was easy to put together. It took 3 adults about 4 hours. Read morePublished on April 16, 2008 by B. Parker
We bought this product at Toys R Us for our 7 year old daughter. It was very difficult to put together despite my husband being very knowledgeable with tools and assembly. Read morePublished on May 15, 2007 by PreemieMom
Knowing how much our three year old would enjoy having a swing set of his own, we searched and finally decided on this set for both the features and the price. Read morePublished on June 30, 2006 by BenjamminsMom
very, very confusing instructions!!My poor husband who is a drywall contractor took 6 hours to set this set up, and got a terrible sunburn doing it, not expecting it to take this... Read morePublished on June 17, 2006 by Lylah S. Morone
Overall the swing set seems to be a great product for the kids we did have some trouble when we first got this becuase we were sent the wrong support bar and it took us forever to... Read morePublished on May 30, 2006 by Amy L. Myers
With a set of twins under 8 months old, I have searched long and hard for a swingset that I felt would be functional for their age and be able to last for a few years. Read morePublished on May 23, 2006 by Lawrence L. Ackerman
Overall a good buy, but some of the worst instructions I've ever seen! We were missing the supposedly enclosed allen wrenches and 3 bolts, which was frustrating. Read morePublished on May 22, 2006 by TheBerg
We just bought it and grandpa put it up for the kids!! Putting a swing set up is not hard to figure out in general however much better directions would of been nice. Read morePublished on May 10, 2006 by V. Hubert
Overall good swing set. No missing parts. Sturdy. One moderately handy person put it together in about 4 hours, with help from an extra pair of hands at only a few junctures. Read morePublished on May 7, 2006 by Gina L. Silvesti