I was surprised when I opened the package and found such a nice stand. The first thing I noticed was how thick the tubing is. This is a stand that will definately last as long as I will need it. It has no problem holding the weight of two people.
Reviewed by pdxnapper from pdx on Thursday, May 09, 2013
This is great, nice and solid, heavy, but that's what you want in something supporting your body weight. I have no real problem dragging it around the yard to follow the sun, and I'm no gym rat. It has a really excellent powder coat painted finish, and was quite easy to assemble.
Reviewed by Big prego mommy from Utah on Monday, April 15, 2013
So, this took all of maybe 30 min. to put together and I am 5 months pregnant. Easy! It's not as sturdy as two strong trees's but holds the weight so far. Me and both my kids were in the hammock together and no problems. One thing to be aware of is that if you have a very large hammock (which I do, it is a family size), is that the poles will pull in when you get in the hammock. I had to ditch the chain on one side and just use the clip on one side to get it off the ground. It works great however and this is a fantastic deal.
Reviewed by Keke from Wilmette, IL on Tuesday, June 19, 2012
THe set up was difficult in that we had to file some of the welds inside the tubing in order for it to fit together.
Also the u-bolt and chains to attach the hammock were not included. I had to go to the hardware store and purchase s-rings in order to hang the hammock.
Lastly, once the hammock is in place the stand 'collapses' a bit with the weight and isn't that sturdy.
I would not recommend this product.
“We've misplaced the bag with assembly instructions and hardware and therefore cannot use the hammock! Who might we contact for a list of hardware specs so we can purchase the hardware at a store? Would be great to have a .pdf of the instructions, too!”
Asked on 5/26/2012 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from Unknown
The spigot system describes the way the pipe-like framing fits together with a spigot inserted into a bell or hub. One piece is expanded and / or another piece contracted so they fit one inside another.
Answered on 9/12/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None