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Portable Foldable Hammock at Amazon - £41.40

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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
The easy-to-mount, portable hammock lets you take comfort with you wherever you go.
Durable powder-coated steel frame; Textilene fabric; chain suspension
Includes a removable pillow, providing a headrest or lumbar support as desired.
Easy to pack up and stores in its own included carrying case with handle; dimensions when folded are (LxWxH) 11 inches (28 cm) x 7 inches (18 cm) x 48 inches (122 cm).
Measures 93 inches (236 cm) by 40 inches (102 cm) by 26 inches (66 cm); weighs 24.86 pounds (11.3 kg); holds up to 17 stones 8 pounds (113 kg).

Excellent reviews and the cheapest it's been according to camelcamelcamel - was £89.00
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#1
too small for me :( voted hot anyway
#2
Wow, i have never seen one of these before, look really cool.
banned 1 Like #3
Looks good, but hammocks are meant to swing from side to side?
1 Like #4
bellamy_47
too small for me :( voted hot anyway

Too small?!?!? oO

Its almost 8 feet long (93 inches) and takes up to 17 1/2 stone. You must be a BIG unit!!!
#5
inxs
Looks good, but hammocks are meant to swing from side to side?


Er yeah and where's the palm trees?
1 Like #6
sancheez
bellamy_47
too small for me :( voted hot anyway

Too small?!?!? oO

Its almost 8 feet long (93 inches) and takes up to 17 1/2 stone. You must be a BIG unit!!!

2m tall 125kg ;)
#7
I got a big one of these, Its called a trampoline!
#8
Good pice, but does look a bit like something you may find in a torture chamber!
1 Like #9
This is pushing the limits of my will power of my boycott of Amazon :-(
#10
Description on deal is misleading as £89 is the most expensive it's been (was around the £40/50 mark this time last year) but i want it.

Recently returned from hols where many a happy hour i spent lying in hammocks reading and since returning i've been looking out the back yard wondering how i would ever fix one so this would solve all the problems. Resist, i must resist....

Edited By: PKtheDJ on Jun 19, 2014 14:02: He card read good....
#11
bellamy_47
sancheez
bellamy_47
too small for me :( voted hot anyway

Too small?!?!? oO

Its almost 8 feet long (93 inches) and takes up to 17 1/2 stone. You must be a BIG unit!!!

2m tall 125kg ;)

So it's big enough, just not strong enough ;)
#12
NitrousUK
bellamy_47
sancheez
bellamy_47
too small for me :( voted hot anyway

Too small?!?!? oO

Its almost 8 feet long (93 inches) and takes up to 17 1/2 stone. You must be a BIG unit!!!

2m tall 125kg ;)


So it's big enough, just not strong enough ;)

dunno If it's long enough either, the length quoted includes chains and frame etc
#13
bellamy_47
sancheez
bellamy_47
too small for me :( voted hot anyway

Too small?!?!? oO

Its almost 8 feet long (93 inches) and takes up to 17 1/2 stone. You must be a BIG unit!!!

2m tall 125kg ;)

Yeah. Thats pretty chunky.

Mate of mine had a hammock in his back garden. Not quite as portable as this one, but a metal frame with similar style hammock to this. He is about 6'4" and at his heaviest was 25 stone. Now down to around 18 stone. His brother is 6'9" and nudging 20 stone.

They were both OK in this one.

The problem is ..... I have no idea where they got it from! Sorry!
#14
sancheez
bellamy_47
sancheez
bellamy_47
too small for me :( voted hot anyway

Too small?!?!? oO

Its almost 8 feet long (93 inches) and takes up to 17 1/2 stone. You must be a BIG unit!!!

2m tall 125kg ;)

Yeah. Thats pretty chunky.

Mate of mine had a hammock in his back garden. Not quite as portable as this one, but a metal frame with similar style hammock to this. He is about 6'4" and at his heaviest was 25 stone. Now down to around 18 stone. His brother is 6'9" and nudging 20 stone.

They were both OK in this one.

The problem is ..... I have no idea where they got it from! Sorry!

no worries :D
1 Like #15
Can somebody please tell me why I suddenly developed such a need for one of these that I ordered one?
#16
Does it rock or move when you are lying in it?
banned#17
tomwenn
This is pushing the limits of my will power of my boycott of Amazon :-(
you decided to boycott amazon? talk about self defeating!
banned#18
Portable?
#19
Got one of these last year from amazon. Great bit of kit. Very comfortable and very easy to put up and take down. Folds away easily. Recommended
1 Like #20
Yeah. Thats pretty chunky.

Mate of mine had a hammock in his back garden. Not quite as portable as this one, but a metal frame with similar style hammock to this. He is about 6'4" and at his heaviest was 25 stone. Now down to around 18 stone. His brother is 6'9" and nudging 20 stone.

They were both OK in this one.

The problem is ..... I have no idea where they got it from! Sorry!

What a brilliant anecdote!! Are you available for after dinner speaking lol
2 Likes #21
WillieGallimore
tomwenn
This is pushing the limits of my will power of my boycott of Amazon :-(
you decided to boycott amazon? talk about self defeating!
Until they improve their tax situation, and their employee standards, I will be. Saving me a fortune, mind you :-)
#22
bellamy_47
sancheez
bellamy_47
too small for me :( voted hot anyway

Too small?!?!? oO

Its almost 8 feet long (93 inches) and takes up to 17 1/2 stone. You must be a BIG unit!!!

2m tall 125kg ;)

sucks to be you :(
[mod][Mod Team]#23
tomwenn
Until they improve their tax situation

What tax situation? How much more tax have you paid than you are legally required to pay?
#24
BeerDrinker
tomwenn
Until they improve their tax situation

What tax situation? How much more tax have you paid than you are legally required to pay?
The tax situation which is clearly defined after a quick Google.
[mod][Mod Team]#25
tomwenn
BeerDrinker
tomwenn
Until they improve their tax situation

What tax situation? How much more tax have you paid than you are legally required to pay?
The tax situation which is clearly defined after a quick Google.

But Amazon haven't paid less tax that they're obliged to pay. Perhaps you should redirect your anger towards the Government/HMRC whose inadequate rules and regulations allow Amazon to legally save money. Why should Amazon be criticized for taking advantage and undercutting competition to give us customers better deals?
2 Likes #26
Thanks, ordered.

I shall give the Amazon tax situation much thought as I lie comfortably gazing at a clear blue sky on my nice new hammock.
3 Likes #27
BeerDrinker
tomwenn
BeerDrinker
tomwenn
Until they improve their tax situation

What tax situation? How much more tax have you paid than you are legally required to pay?
The tax situation which is clearly defined after a quick Google.

But Amazon haven't paid less tax that they're obliged to pay. Perhaps you should redirect your anger towards the Government/HMRC whose inadequate rules and regulations allow Amazon to legally save money. Why should Amazon be criticized for taking advantage and undercutting competition to give us customers better deals?

Amazon are as much at fault as hmrc, clearly doing what they can to avoid paying what they should in tax.
those better deals will cost us in the long run as more and more uk based firms are put under threat of going bust because they do pay what they should.
1 Like #28
BeerDrinker
tomwenn
BeerDrinker
tomwenn
Until they improve their tax situation

What tax situation? How much more tax have you paid than you are legally required to pay?
The tax situation which is clearly defined after a quick Google.

But Amazon haven't paid less tax that they're obliged to pay. Perhaps you should redirect your anger towards the Government/HMRC whose inadequate rules and regulations allow Amazon to legally save money. Why should Amazon be criticized for taking advantage and undercutting competition to give us customers better deals?
I didn't say Amazon were breaking any laws. I'm not happy saving money when I know that someone is suffering as a result.
#29
Price is back up.
#30
Missed out ....Would of loved one at £ 41.40
#31
londonstinks


sucks to be you :(

could be worse, I could be a non entity like you
#32
Ordered, not sure I need it though, as ever! :|

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