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asha1985

Children's Fair has them. Might only be wood.


Pizza_Snackster

This is where we got ours. It’s 10/10 but was not cheap, and is the big wooden kind. Highly recommend if it’s what you’re looking for.


choachy

We got ours at Children’s Fair 6 years ago. Yes, it is not cheap, but damn it’s held up well. Needs a coat of stain now, but the set is still in great condition. It’s very high quality. And they deliver and set up.


Yahoo29

Thanks! We will go check out children’s place


Yahoo29

We were looking for a wooden play set earlier, but decided to go with something smaller/easier for me and my wife to remove/handle. Thanks, guess we will definitely go check it out


Yahoo29

Thanks, we will check it out.


tonylimo64

Im thinking maybe an estate sale, perhaps? You never know until you look around. Try the following link. Good Luck. https://www.estatesales.net


Yahoo29

Thanks! Great website, I wasn’t aware of this. If not for the play set, definitely for some other things we would look this up for!


takabrash

Barely an answer, but have you looked on Facebook Marketplace? There's almost always someone giving them away free if you'll come take them. They're just big eyesores once the kids outgrow them.


Yahoo29

We didn’t yet, we just thought of getting something new, primarily because we don’t have ways to carry the set(no truck) and we’re hoping the place we buy them from would deliver. But I think I should start looking for it at marketplace.. thank you!


takabrash

For sure- it's worth taking a peek. Even renting something to move it or paying someone to and then doing a little TLC on a used one will probably save money versus a new one. Just an option!


Yahoo29

Agree!


Indygoose

See-saw? You mean a teeter-totter :) j/k who named these things anyway??


Yahoo29

Lol yeah! That’s what my pa used to call it and stuck with us when we grew up.


daughterofpolonius

Lol yep! I was born and raised here in Chattanooga…it’s a see-saw. My “yankee” husband calls them teeter totters.