White - Hammocks/Swings
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Thu Jan 23 00:00:00 MST 2014cbelair Rating:1.0
After only 10 uses the rope on top that holds the swing to the ring totally shredded away and was no longer safe to use. I have this in the house in my Meditation room, not outside so it has not been in the elements.
Sun Mar 30 00:00:00 MDT 2014fromnj2tx Rating:4.0
This product is sturdy and can bring you, your family and friends a little escape. Wish the rope was more comfortable, a light blanket on top helps for a good nap
Sun Apr 27 00:00:00 MDT 2014melnda Rating:1.0
the strings are weak and with the wieght of a perosn touches the ground. It had to be tightened numerous times and I do not think it is safe. We will probalby buy another one from ****** and this makes me not want to shop with Overstock if they carrry such inferior products.
Tue Aug 26 00:00:00 MDT 2014eliza60 Rating:1.0
On line this appears to be the same as the classic Pawley 2 person hammock, but it is too small to hang on a standard size 2 person hammock frame.
Wed Jul 23 00:00:00 MDT 2014kcaruso78 Rating:3.0
I opted on this hammock due to the one I really wanted was out of stock. I wish I had just waited because this one is not very comfortable. The back of my legs hurt after sitting in it due to the way it wraps around you. If you are looking for a chair hammock I would not recommend this item.
Wed Jun 04 00:00:00 MDT 2014goodgollymiss Rating:2.0
We were very disappointed when this hammock arrived. The ropes used to weave the hammock are pieced together so there are obvious knots in random places throughout. The rope is not tightly woven and the hammock does not retain its shape, so after just two uses, there is already a sag in the hammock and we are not large people at all. This hammock was not worth the money we spent on it. We definitely do not recommend this hammock.
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