Cheap, yet comfortable

Reviewed by Hiker from Niagara Falls, NY on Tuesday, May 1, 2012
I've owned this hammock for a year now and one of the ropes has broken, the hammock itself didn't dry after being left in the rain and has some mold spots on it. It has faded considerably from the sun and the metal loops on the ends have fallen off. It is not well made, but for the price, it was a good deal for a hammock and a stand. The stand has gotten rusty, but is still standing strong. I have used it a lot, but I'd highly recommend not leaving the hammock outside all the time, especially if it rains. I've taken it camping, it is very easy to set up, but is heavy and bulky. It is nice that it all fits in the bag. Overall, you get what you pay for, this is a cheap hammock, but it is very comfortable. Also, it is not very big, so if you are over 6 feet tall, don't buy this hammock. I wish I could buy a replacement hammock and keep the stand, but all the other hammocks are 12 feet and probably won't fit on this stand.
  • Best Uses: Backyard comfort, Campgrounds
  • Cons: Does not dry, Heavy, Molds if left in rain
  • Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
  • Pros: Comfortable, Easy Setup
  • Was this a gift?: No
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