Model # 34604, 44604, 34904, 44904
AIR POGO OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
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Thank you for purchasing our award-winning AIR POGO® swing. Please read and follow
all warnings and instructions, review them with your children and their playmates, and
save this information for future reference.
AIR POGO® LIMITED WARRANTY
CLAIM PROCEDURE
For coverage under this limited warranty, proof of the date and place of purchase must be submitted. Simply fill
out the warranty information and return it to us now.
If you should need warranty service, call our Customer Service Department at 800-880-POGO (7646), or write
Air Pogo, 520 Salem Avemue, Holly Springs, MS 38635.
This limited warranty does not apply to any part if the damage has been caused by consumer abuse, misuse,
vandalism or accident. Also, present color technology does not enable us to warranty against color fading over
time.
Implied warranties of merchantability or of fitness for any particular purpose are limited in duration to the 90 day
warranty period as specified, although some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts, so this limitation may not apply to you.
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
Product Name
Date Purchased
Store/Catalog Where Purchased
Age of Purchaser:
Purchaser is:
18-24
Male
Reason for Purchase:
25-34
Female
Birthday
How did you learn about this toy?
Package
Name
Cost of Toy
35-44
Child is:
Christmas
Magazine Ad
45-54
Male
55 & over
Female
Age of Child Receiving Toy:
Other
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(First)
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AIR POGO® has been designed and tested for safety, however, children using
it will need proper instruction and supervision. AIR POGO® is intended to be
enjoyed as a bouncing swing and as a new type of pogo for children.
Observing the following statements and warnings reduces the likelihood of
serious or fatal injury. All instructions and warnings should be reviewed
frequently.
WARNING
On site supervision of
children using AIR POGO®
should include all of the
following precautions
related to safe and
happy play.
WARN CHILDREN:
1. NOT TO use the AIR POGO® until it is properly assembled and installed by an adult.
2. NOT TO get off AIR POGO® while it is in motion and to hold both the handle and seat
when dismounting,
because AIR POGO® WILL REBOUND!
3. NOT TO bounce AIR POGO® against the ground.
4. NOT TO exceed the maximum safe weight ratings: AIR POGO® models 34604/44604 were designed to be
used by one child, 3 to 6 years old, weighing up to 60 pounds and models 34904/44904 by one child,
5 to 10 years old, weighing up to 90 pounds.
5. NOT TO touch the rope at any time during play.
6. NOT TO use AIR POGO® in a manner other than intended.
7. NOT TO swing empty AIR POGOs®.
8. NOT TO walk near or around swinging AIR POGOs®.
9. NOT TO use AIR POGO® if it is wet.
10. NOT TO attach items to AIR POGO® such as, but not limited to, jump ropes, clothesline, pet leashes,
cables, chain and rope as they may cause a strangulation hazard.
11. NOT TO twist rope or loop it over top support bar since this may reduce the strength of the rope.
12. TO center their weight on the seat and to swing or to bounce with a gentle, rhythmic motion.
13. TO hold the handle with both hands at all times.
14. TO dress appropriately with well fitting shoes and no ponchos, scarves or other loose fitting clothing
which is potentially hazardous.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Install AIR POGO® over level ground, not less than 6 feet (1.8m) from any structure or obstruction such as
a fence, garage, house, tree trunk, interfering branches, laundry line or electrical wire.
2. DO NOT install AIR POGO® over concrete, asphalt, packed earth or any other hard surface.
3. Install AIR POGO® seat, at a height of approximately 3 feet (1m) above the ground, from a substantial
overhead support such as a tree limb or large swing set frame. The minimum support height is 81/2 feet
(2.6m). (DO NOT bounce on the ground.)
4. DO NOT attach AIR POGO® to a cantilever device such as a tree limb or swing set without first determining
if the device, at the point of attachment, will support a minimum force of 300 lbs.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: (continued)
5. If installed as instructed, the maximum fall height of this product is seven feet.
6. Secure the rope with a slip proof knot. Wrap any remaining rope around the support so that no excess rope
dangles from the knot. (Our safety testing lab recommended the use of a knot instead of a clasp/fastener
because of the numerous installation parameters.)
EASY ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Adult Assembly Required • Tool Needed: Philips Head Screwdriver
CONTENTS: 1 - 5 ft. Center Pole with Rope; 1 - Swing Seat;
1 - Center Pole Cap; 2 - AIR POGO® Labels* & Instructions
(*AIR POGODOTS model is furnished with pogodots); 6 - Screws
7. AIR POGO® can be minimally adjusted to a child’s weight by adjusting the knot; slightly raise or lower the
height of the seat above the ground. AIR POGO® must not hit the ground.
(TWO HALF HITCHES:
This knot is suitable for tying your AIR POGO®
to the overhead support. You can tie
additional hitches with any excess rope.)
X3. CONSUMER INFORMATION SHEET FOR PLAYGROUND SURFACING MATERIALS
X3.1 The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates that about 100,000
playground equipment related injuries resulting from falls to the ground surface are treated
annually in U.S. hospital emergency rooms. Injuries involving this hazard pattern tend to be
among the most serious of all playground injuries, and have the potential to be fatal,
particularly when the injury is to the head. The surface under and around playground
equipment can be a major factor in determining the injury-causing potential of a fall. It is self
evident that a fall onto a shock absorbing surface is less likely to cause a serious injury than
a fall onto a hard surface. Playground equipment should never be placed on hard surfaces such
as concrete or asphalt and while grass may appear to be acceptable it may quickly turn to hard
packed earth in areas of high traffic. Shredded bark mulch, wood chips, fine sand or fine
gravel are considered to be acceptable shock absorbing surfaces when installed and
maintained at a sufficient depth under and around playground equipment.
TABLE X3.1 Fall Height in Feet From Which a Life Threatening Head Injury Would
Not Be Expected.
Type of Material
Double Shredded Bark Mulch
Wood Chips
Fine Sand
Fine Gravel
6 in. depth
9 in. depth
12 in. depth
6
6
5
5
10
7
6
7
11
12
9
10
X3.2
Table X3.1 lists the maximum height from which a child would not be expected to
sustain a life-threatening head injury in a fall onto four different loose-fill surfacing materials
if they are installed and maintained at depths of 6, 9, and 12 in. However, it should be
recognized that all injuries due to falls cannot be prevented no matter what surfacing material
is used.
X3.3 It is recommended that a shock absorbing material should extend a minimum of 6 ft
in all directions from the perimeter of stationary equipment such as climbers and slides.
However, because children may deliberately jump from a moving swing, the shock absorbing
material should extend in the front and rear of a swing a minimum distance of 2 times the
height of the pivot point measured from a point directly beneath the pivot on the supporting
structure.
X3.4
This information is intended to assist in comparing the relative shock-absorbing
properties of various materials. No particular material is recommended over another.
However, each material is only effective when properly maintained. Materials should be
checked periodically and replenished to maintain correct depth as determined necessary for
your equipment. The choice of a material depends on the type and height of the playground
equipment, the availability of the material in your area, and its cost.
MAINTENANCE
At the beginning of each season and twice monthly during the season:
1. Check nut and bolt below the seat, the four seat screws, and the two cap screws.
2. Treat rope and bushing in top safety cap with a Teflon based lubricant (such as Super Lube). DO NOT
use a petroleum based lubricant.
3. Check the rope, knots, handle, top and bottom caps and seat for evidence of deterioration, excessive wear,
fractures, breaks, sharp edges and replace as necessary. The AIR POGO® rope has a red indicator core. If
you see the red indicator core, your AIR POGO® rope needs to be replaced. Discontinue use immediately.
Replacement parts may be ordered online at www.airpogo.com/parts.
4. Take AIR POGO® indoors when the outside temperature drops below 32°F.
5. If these checks and inspections are not carried out, AIR POGO® may cause a fall. However, when made at
the prescribed intervals, these precautions will provide for long-lasting and safe use of this fun toy. Any
misuse of this product could cause serious or fatal injury.
6. Replacement parts may be ordered online. Visit www.airpogo.com/parts to order.
DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS
The separate parts of AIR POGO are recyclable. Please help us protect our environment.
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1. Thread rope end through center hole of swing
seat.
5. Mount cap onto top of center pole using two
screws and tighten.
2. Slide seat down center pole to fit tightly
against base of pole. Seat will be in correct
position when resting on lip of the pole.
6. Place two AIR POGO® labels vertically on
opposite sides of center pole, approximately
one inch below pole cap.
3. Insert four screws into pilot holes under seat
and tighten.
* If you have AIR POGODOTS model, arrange the
pogodots at random in a design of your choice on
center pole.
4. Thread rope end through center pole cap and
slide cap down to fit onto center pole.
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