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    D.j [sign in to see picture]
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    Lil_Red_Kinkyboots wrote:

    Hi there,
    I have this one and it is absolutely brilliant. It is so supportive and doesn't require any strength from me. It's a good job as I'm a weakling and I'm petite but I find it so easy to get on it. I also don't get any pain or rubbing from it as it is very padded with a plush velvety fabric. There are absolutely no negatives I could give this. My hubby is a big guy (about 17 stone and it takes his weight) and he is comfortable on it too. In fact we can both jump on it together. The positions you can get into are endless and it doesn't say on the description but it can be spun around too. It's great for getting into those awkward positions that your body doesn't normally allow with ease. It's also great for Dom/sub play 😊
    I'm normally very cautious and struggle to even climb on a bike but I'm literally on and off this swing without a care in the world.

    This is the one 😀http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=31084

    I also have this one and agree with Lil_red_ kinkyboots hours of fun and wonderful times by both of us also have a over door swing not as good but still fun

    Dj

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    Hi all,

    I recently picked up the 360 Degree spinning swing (https://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=26752)

    I've been looking at ways of fitting it and wondered if anyone has fitted their swing and could share? The instructions say about putting the bolt up through the ceiling (straight up) I've found that if I open my attic hatch I could put it into the side of a beam, but then the hook would be going into a beam at a right angle intead of stright up into the bottom (Make sense? Into the side of a beam, rather than into the bottom.)

    Can anyone think of any issues with this? It doesn't look like it would restrict movement. Just wondering if it would case stability or support issues. (not in the beam, its a solid beam).

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    Love Stud Too [sign in to see picture]
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    Gifted Amateur wrote:

    Hi all,

    I recently picked up the 360 Degree spinning swing (https://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=26752)

    I've been looking at ways of fitting it and wondered if anyone has fitted their swing and could share? The instructions say about putting the bolt up through the ceiling (straight up) I've found that if I open my attic hatch I could put it into the side of a beam, but then the hook would be going into a beam at a right angle intead of stright up into the bottom (Make sense? Into the side of a beam, rather than into the bottom.)

    Can anyone think of any issues with this? It doesn't look like it would restrict movement. Just wondering if it would case stability or support issues. (not in the beam, its a solid beam).

    Provided the fixing is strong enough and not going to bend with the loading, fitting it at right angle should be better that vertical.

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