Crivit Single Hammock with 3 year warranty for just £7.99 at Lidl
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Crivit Single Hammock with 3 year warranty for just £7.99 at Lidl

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Found 27th Jun
From next Thursday 29th June Lidl are selling a Single Hammock for only £7.99! It's a real bargain AND it comes with a 3 year guarantee.

It come in 3 colours blue, red or green.

  • Made from durable fabric with a high cotton content and strong cords
  • Length including cords (cm): 310
  • Hammock lying area (cm): 200 x 100
  • Max. 120kg

As with all these Lidl deals, you need to get in early, so set your alarms for Thursday!


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14 Comments

"Max. 120kg" - just buy two of them if you are a bit chunkier ...

Anyone know of a safety device for these?

I'm worried about leaving kids playing on this and a mishap occuring.

superflyguy

Anyone know of a safety device for these?I'm worried about leaving kids … Anyone know of a safety device for these?I'm worried about leaving kids playing on this and a mishap occuring.



Not sure if this is a serious question but how about making sure it's not hanging too high off the ground? Put some foam tiles/cushions/bean bag on the ground underneath? Full harness based fall arrest system with audible alarm?

just wrap the kids in bubble wrap first...

D.J.Fryer

Not sure if this is a serious question but how about making sure it's not … Not sure if this is a serious question but how about making sure it's not hanging too high off the ground? Put some foam tiles/cushions/bean bag on the ground underneath? Full harness based fall arrest system with audible alarm?



Yes I'm serious, have heard horror stories of kids getting strangled after flipping the hammock, really tragic.

Just wondered if there was some kind of safety deice can be added to prevent the hammock wrapping around the occupier.

Great price! Hot.

http://rs623.pbsrc.com/albums/tt318/Angelbaby_photo/pighammock.gif?w=280&h=210&fit=crop

looks great for that price and ideal for swingers !

have heard horror stories of kids getting strangled after flipping the … have heard horror stories of kids getting strangled after flipping the hammock.



Really? Think I'll get a couple.

Edited by: "Sam_Crow" 27th Jun

superflyguy

Anyone know of a safety device for these?I'm worried about leaving kids … Anyone know of a safety device for these?I'm worried about leaving kids playing on this and a mishap occuring.


I appreciate it's a serious question, but the short answer is no. If you are worried that your kids might strangle themselves then don't leave a hammock like this hanging up without an adult supervising them. Same goes for rope swings, climbing frames, etc etc.

On the other hand if you had the type of hammock that has a bar at each end to keep it stretched out wide, rather than forming a sling, that might be safer for kids. But nothing is 100% fool- or kid-proof.

superflyguy

Yes I'm serious, have heard horror stories of kids getting strangled … Yes I'm serious, have heard horror stories of kids getting strangled after flipping the hammock, really tragic.


They usually land on their face youtube.com/wat…fDs

P.S. Got this hammock two years ago - it's strong and sturdy, very good quality for eight quid.

For £2 more you can get a different (and better?) style from Halfords DEAL LINK

Both hammocks are missing the key ingredient - the attachment to the trees.

For that you can try the one from Aldi - if you can find a store with one LINK Also better for the heavier user as it is rated up to 150kg.
Edited by: "dashforth" 27th Jun

you can make your own bars from waste wood. push through the strings until they are taut side to side to get the correct width, cut and drill or cut a grove.
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