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Recent Customer Reviews in Hammocks/Swings

  • Hand-woven 'Orange Sonata' Hammock (Mexico)

    Today $45.08 Was $53.04 Compare $55.03 Save 18%
    Just received it!

    Jul 26, 2014

    lolaby2  from Clackamas County Oregon, Rating:5.0

    We ordered it on 7/17/14 and received it on 7/26/14 So we had to wait a fairly long time to get it. When we got it it was nicely tied up inside the package to keep it from tangling. All of the pieces were there and it was a bright orange color. We have yet to try it out as we need to figure out where and how we are going to put it up. There was nice instructions on how to use it and how to hang it. After a month or so I will write another review about longevity and how comfortable it is.

  • Aug 2, 2014

    sherrycvaughn  from Humble, Texas, Rating:5.0

    We received the swing before we were expecting it so shipment was quick. Assembling it was so easy. The ropes are a little too long but I think we have modified those enough. Our grandkids and I love to swing together and chat so that's a plus.

  • PHAT TOMMY Soft Wide Hand-Woven Hammock

    Today $117.99 Compare $189.51 Save 38%
    you get what you pay for

    Aug 6, 2014

    67healey  from olympia, wa, Rating:1.0

    this was not a decent quality product. scratchy, poorly made. returned.

  • Dec 6, 2014

    Dguidry  from Crowley, La, Rating:5.0

    I have always wanted a chair like this one. I was so excited when it was delivered (quickly). The assembly took about 15 minutes once everything was removed from the box. This will be my favorite spot! Such comfort.

  • Jul 29, 2014

    shanaf  from NJ, Rating:4.0

    I love the look of the chair. It adds a lot to the patio. Its only moderately comfortable though. The design does not allow you to sit back so you're in an almost vertical position. Also, there is not enough room to stretch your feet out (and I'm only 5'2!) so you have to let your feet had or fold your legs.

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