Double Hammock | 2-Person Polyester Cotton Blend Fabric Swing Hammock Bed Hanging Camping Hammock with Stand for Backyard, Porch, Patio, Garden, Outdoor and Indoor Use
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- * SOFT 100% COTTON FABRIC: The pure cotton fabric is smooth to the touch and comfortable in every way.
- * STRONG STEEL FRAME: Constructed of heavy-duty steel with a powder-coated finish for durability and reliability.
- * AMPLE WEIGHT CAPACITY: With up to 200kg in weight capacity, the hammock can even fit two persons nicely.
- * INDOORS OR OUTDOORS: String it between trees, in the patio, at the beach or in your living room, the hammock will fit right in.
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Hang loose with our Hammock with Stand anytime of the day, indoor or outdoors. This easy-going hammock has a powder-coated steel frame for strength and durability and strong hooks for reliability. It is also waterproof and anti-rust to handle wet weather with ease. Chill out on the soft fabric bed with your favourite person and sip pina coladas into the sunset. You’ll enjoy every minute of this laid-back wonder.
Powder-coated steel frame
Waterproof and weather proof frame
Durable and soft fabric
Perfect for indoor and outdoor use
Bonus : Carrying bag
Frame: Powder-coated finised steel
Frame size: 300cm x 85cm x 100cm
Tube diameter: 32mm
Hammock material: 65% Cotton, 35% polyester
Hammock size: 280cm x 150cm
Weight capacity: 150kg
Hammock stand x 1
Hammock bed x 1
Carrying bag x 1
User Manual x 1
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In the description it says it will come with a detachable pillow, but one was not included. The assembly instructions are pretty straightforward, but mentions "you do not need excessive force at any step"
wrong, you need excessive force at every step. All the joints that were to be linked together were forged so badly, that the edges of the metal in the holes had curved inwards, that the other piece that was supposed to be inserted did not fit. Thankfully, the metal is weak, so I was able to twist and force one piece into the other - scraping off the metal and paint inside as it went. I am fairly certain that I will not be taking this apart to take anywhere if I can help it because putting it together was a whole workout ordeal.