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Hold-N-Spin $2,138.00

  • Hold-N-Spin
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Product Specifications

Model Number:
Age Range:
5-12 years
Child Capacity:
Fall Height:
Post Diameter:
Product Type:
Safety Zone:
23' 3" x 23' 3"

Meets National Standards for

ASTM F1487-17 CPSC Guidelines #325

Product Description

Grab hold and get ready for fun! The Hold-N-Spin brings a whole new dimension to spinning play on your playground. If you're wondering "where can I find a playground spinny thing near me?", the Hold-N-Spin is the product for you. With its raised, umbrella-like bars, children of elementary school age can reach up, get a firm hold, and send themselves spinning through the air with the greatest of ease. These little amateur trapeze artists can drift safely around and around until they’re ready to set foot on firm ground again. With the space to accommodate up to five children, the Hold-N-Spin doesn’t have to be a solitary piece of playground equipment either. Friends can work together to spin all at once, helping them to learn how to coordinate their body movements while also teaching them that cooperation makes the world a lot more fun. Firmly mounted on an in-ground 4.5-inch post, the Hold-N-Spin safely combines the thrill of the merry-go-round with the merriment of monkeying around on the monkey bars. Such a tall and unique looking component is sure to attract the attention of all the spin-fans on the playground. 

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How wide a hole would be needed to support the post?
  • Hello William!
    Thank you for asking about the footer information of our Hold-N-Spin. We recommend a concrete footer dug to a minimum depth of 4 feet x 18 inches wide. This does not include the depth of the safety surfacing that should be placed in the area after the footer is complete.
    The Answer from Ben Thompson - March 27, 2023
Is it safe to sit on the hold n spin? Or is it only made for hanging?
  • Thank you for asking your question. For the Hold-In-Spin we recommend you only hang on the equipment. Any kind of sitting on the Hold-In-Spin would cause safety hazards and potential damage to the equipment.
    The Answer from Ben Thompson - March 27, 2023 - October 13, 2020

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