Category: sensory integration equipment general

Southpaw Flying Trapeze (Model 1960)

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The Flying Trapeze, model 1960, is a horizontal glider designed to enhance motor skills for induals with a physical disability. It is useful in developing tolerance to movement, improving flexion patterns and motor planning a new task. The system hangs from two existing ceiling points eight to twelve feet apart and does not require wall mounted suspension points. The Flying Trapeze is completely adjustable to fit the needs of the user. Alter the angle of the track to change the speed. Choose the trapeze bar for hanging or the sling seat for hanging. Both are included with the product. The configuration of the upper rigging uses four height adjustments for complete control over the height. DIMENSIONS: Length is ten feet. Height is adjustable from eight to twelve feet. Trapeze bar is 14 inches long. CAPACITY: Working load: 200 pounds. GUARANTEE: One full year from purchase date.


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Southpaw Enterprises Inc
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Phone: 800-228-1698
Fax: 937-252-8502
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Therapeutic Aids, Blind & Low Vision, Recreation, Personal Care, Home Management, Architectural Elements