Camping - Hammocks/Swings
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Thu May 30 00:00:00 MDT 2013campfry Rating:3.0
got this for our hammock swing/chair. You hit your head on the pole no matter how you position the chair and forget moving or swinging in the chair, no room. ended up getting the C-Stand and love it
Tue Jul 16 00:00:00 MDT 2013dienomow Rating:5.0
I initially made the purchase of this chair as my husbands Father's Day gift however, it has become My new favorite thing. The material is made for outdoors. We have hung ours from a large tree in the backyard and it is soooo comfortable.
Thu May 30 00:00:00 MDT 2013campfry Rating:4.0
Love the chair, but wish the wood bars were attached better so they didn't keep falling out. We use it camping and friends of ours have the same one hooked to a tree branch. We got the C-Stand for it and it works out really well for our needs.
Sat Jun 15 00:00:00 MDT 2013polly80 Rating:5.0
Well it was more expensive compared to the ones for camping but, this one is really comfortable, looks really nice in the yard and is really good quality. It's big, my husband and me fit perfectly and comfy. We bought a hammock stand and it worked great. We also are going to put some hooks in some trees and it will look even nicer. The kids loved it, it works also like a swing and it's really relaxing. I saw these hammocks in Mexico and I always wanted to buy one, the price in Mexico is almost the same, you are paying for a good product.
Sun Jun 21 00:00:00 MDT 2009judyapit Rating:5.0
Great product. We use this at our camp every weekend . It is so easy to take down and stores in a little shopping bag! Vibrant colors!
Wed Jun 30 00:00:00 MDT 2010kelandrews7 Rating:5.0
I was surprised at how easy this is to take camping or anywhere for that matter. It is super light, but could hold me (im a big person...I'm just saying). I am super happy with it and would recommend it to anyone.
Thu Oct 14 00:00:00 MDT 2010astroty1 Rating:5.0
I got my tripod stand a few weeks ago. I have taken it camping twice now. It is way more portable than I thought. It is very light, but somehow incredibly strong. I also like how it is adjustable. Would recommend.
Tue Jul 23 00:00:00 MDT 20131moreyear Rating:5.0
It's very comfortable. Especially in comparison to the fabric camping type we had before. The wooden bars on both ends keep the hammock wide open and its big enough for two people.
Tue Aug 27 00:00:00 MDT 2013cdietz Rating:5.0
I bought this hammock for the backyard and ended up taking it on a camping trip. It was a hit. Everyone lined up for their turn. As soon as someone got out of it, someone else was taking over. It is a great size for two people as well. So, if you want to snuggle, there is plenty of room.
Fri Mar 15 00:00:00 MDT 2013mondomomma Rating:5.0
We have had this stand for two years. We are very happy with its quality and construction. It has not developed any rust spots, is very sturdy. Easy to put up and take down, we have even hauled it along camping. No complaints at all.
Sun Jul 29 00:00:00 MDT 2012drchristine Rating:4.0
Just an FYI that it does NOT come with ties to hang it up. It has ties on the end that you can use to hook up to whatever you use to hang it. Once I get those I'll give it a try but it seems pretty fantastic otherwise. Very light weight, parachute type material. I think it'd be great to camp with too.
Wed Nov 10 00:00:00 MST 2010duecey4596 Rating:5.0
So this stand is great. I used it for a camping trip I recently went on and held up great, and was really light. I don't know if you know this but you can actually double this stand as a pot holder! Yup, if the fire is small enough you can tie a rope to the top of the tripod stand, which is tied to a pot and BAM- you got clam chowder! I am buying another for my relative.
Mon Oct 29 00:00:00 MDT 2012crittercove Rating:2.0
When my swing first arrived, I loved it. It is very pretty and unique. I've had the swing for some time now, though, and it does not hold up to the weather at all. The color portion and the underlying base metal have separated and is peeling, leaving dangerously rough edges. It's hard to describe. It's not that the paint has peeled, it's as though there's an underlying metal and then another painted metal was bonded to that and they are rusting, separating, and peeling. I intend to try and strip the swing and see if it can somehow be painted with outdoor metal paint, but I'm not sure if it will work or not, and even if it does, it's going to be a lot of hard labor.