DescriptionSit back and stretch out! This rope hammock chair has it all: quick installation, the comfort of handwoven cotton rope, enough slack to stretch your legs out, and durability to recline to your most comfortable lounging position. This chair installs in just minutes with only one overhead hanging point. You can hang it from a steady secure point above or attach it to our hammock chair C-stand (HCS-499 sold separately). These chairs are beautifully decorated with tassels and braided rope with a wide variety of colors to choose from. All Bliss Hammocks ropes are made from strong eco-friendly recycled cotton.
- Solid wood spreader bar opens to 40" wide
- Finish/Color: Red
- Weight capacity: 265 lbs
- Made of strong, 3 mm handwoven braided 100% recycled cotton rope
- Solid wood spreader with varnish coating
- 40" wide
- Easy to hang with included hanging kit (no assembly needed)
- Decorated with breaded fringes on both ends of spreader bars
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About the Manufacturer
Bliss Hammocks manufactures more than hammocks! The company offers a variety of high-quality, outdoor recreational products including Zero Gravity Chairs, Market Umbrellas, Patio Furniture, and their TrekGear line of camping/recreational products. Riverbend Home is an authorized retailer.
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The chair looks great and is very comfortable to sit on. My family is fighting for the spot. However, there appears to be a serious flaw in the construction. The loops that connect from the top hook down to either ends of the cross bar are not fixed in place and if you aren't careful when you sit down, the two loops start to run up toward the middle of the cross bar creating a very unstable and unsafe product. I think it can be fixed by placing screws in the ends of the bars to prevent the loops from sliding down the bar. But it really shouldn't happen and should be corrected.