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Pod Seat

SRE460: No Safety Surfacing Required

SRE480: No Safety Surfacing Required

Play Type: Physical

Pod Seat

SRE460: No Safety Surfacing Required

SRE480: No Safety Surfacing Required

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Play Type: Physical

Suitability Information

Age Range: 1 to 6

Overall Weight: 3.7Kg

Heaviest Part: 3.7Kg

Longest Part: 0.365m x .39m x 0.25m

Product Description

Rubber Swing Seat.

The pod seat hugs a child, using their body weight to pull the seat around them.

It is very easy to get a child in and out of and any impact with a child, while swinging, will be less severe as the seat is much lighter than other similar seats.
When swinging, the leading edge is flexible and has excellent absorbing properties.

The pod is hard to damage due to it’s flexibility and lightness. It also has a stainless steel, rustproof top ring and hard wearing bushes. With a Peak G of just 25, it is probably the safest swing seat on the market.

Additional Product Information

Four chain fixings are supplied with this seat.
All seats and seat spares can be purchased at our online shop SutcliffePlayDirect


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Bringing value
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Here’s a key to explain our play value wheel.

Physical & Locomotor

Encourages movement skills; crawling, chasing, climbing, jumping, swinging and balance.


Key areas where play can encourage social interaction, the building block of society.


Exploration and manipulation of object through all the senses.


Use imagination to try out new experiences, test boundaries, develop manual skills and allow for self expression.

Role Play & Imaginative

Allows opportunity to enact various experiences, experimenting with decision making on their behaviour and social interaction.