Swing-N-Slide Green Turbo Tube Slide

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Mounted to a 7' platform, the Turbo Tube Slide is the ultimate in twisting, turning fun. Constructed of durable plastic. Includes all mounting hardware and fully-illustrated plans. Lifetime warranty against cracking or fading. Lumber required - one - 2 x 4 x 8'. (sold separately). Weight limit 250 lbs

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Color: Green

Product Type: Slides


Product Title: Swing-N-Slide Green Turbo Tube Slide

Manufacturer: Swing-N-Slide

Lowest Price: $436.99 from Quill

Power Score: 3.9 | 15 Reviews

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Good slide...kids love it

Great slide at a good price (got it for $450ish on sale). Took me about 5 hrs or so to put together by myself. (I'd consider myself moderately skilled....I'd recommend help from a friend if your not as handy.) Hand tightening all the nuts and bolts, hurts! Watching my kids use it every day and loving it was well worth the few hours of discomfort. It was a great addition to our Woodridge playset...
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By davester84 on Home Depot - Jun 4, 2013

Very sturdy!!

This is a great item. It is very sturdy. Although some what heavy

By Erick on Home Depot - May 21, 2013

It's big and fast as a slide should be. Very pricey.

Two issues I had...the first is that it's very pricey and I'm not entirely sure why. The second is that it needed additional bracing (a ground post) to the middle-section it seemed - something I had to add....otherwise it's really a good slide, I purchased it largely based upon it's size and the project I needed it for. Had I needed smaller - I would've gotten something else.

By Sonic on Home Depot - May 29, 2012

Wonderful toy; hard to assemble.

After reading previous folks' reviews, I was prepared to find pieces impossible to fit together and hard to figure out. The conceptual part was a piece of cake, and most holes did not line up unless forced. Nevertheless, I only had to drill one new hole, and was able to jimmy everything else into pretty close alignment. It took me (one person, alone) a few hours during each of three days to put...
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By Mandingo on Home Depot - Mar 20, 2012


Took my very experienced friend all day. The directions are not great at the end they tell you you should have built a pit for the bottom of the slide. They should label the pieces. Good luck, but fun and looks just like the picture.

By nolacare on Home Depot - Jan 17, 2012

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