Reviewed by Sierra from Minnesota on Wednesday, July 22, 2015
We got this so we could use our travel hammock in our yard. We don't have enough suitable trees to hang it otherwise, so this is great for reading on the weekends! Very easy to put together - we don't leave it up permanently - and feels very sturdy.
Reviewed by Swingin' in the Shade from North Carolina on Tuesday, June 9, 2015
The quality of this hammock stand was better than expected. It is quite heavy-duty. We got a discounted price and free shipping, so the cost was about half of what we would have paid in a local store. The stand took only 10 minutes to unpack and snap together and even came with the chains and snap hooks to make attaching the hammock quick work. The only negative comment I have is that the support arms flex inward so much when someone is in the hammock, there is quite a bit of sag in the middle unless the hammock is stretched quite tautly to begin with.
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Theoretically, it should. It comes with attachment hardware that is pretty adaptable. The flex in the frame's arms is enough that you lose about a foot of length when an average-sized adult lays in the hammock. We had a hard time stretching a rope hammock tight enough so that it would not sag to the ground with just one person in it. The give does not matter as much with a cloth hammock, but stretch it as tight as you can before climbing in!
Answered on 7/7/2015 10:44:05 AM by Swingin' in the Shade from North Carolina
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