Ditchling Designs Teak Single Curve Fabric Hammock was £359.99 now £159.99 delivered using code DITCHLING @ Planet Gizmo
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Ditchling Designs Teak Single Curve Fabric Hammock was £359.99 now £159.99 delivered using code DITCHLING @ Planet Gizmo

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Found 23rd Jul 2010Made hot 7th Aug 2010
Great price for this, can't find them cheaper. These have good reviews and last alot longer than the std ones. Use code DITCHLING to get this price.
Ditchling Designs high quality Single Curve Hammock features a beautiful curved design which flowing arcs would add a flair of design into any garden. The hammock stand itself is available in teak and with a beautiful white fabric hammock, making it a complete package.

Each hammock stand from Ditchling Designs is handcrafted from the finest quality Russian larch wood, and along with our unique quality control technology means that only the best materials are used every time. From the wood to the hammock, you know that with Ditchling Designs your hammock will last for a long time

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The link takes you to full price version - is there a coupon or code to get it cheaper?

Third sentence...

i think the £200 voucher - ditchling

have some heat. i'd buy if i had a garden

Warning, my former neighbour has one and it is **** huge. So make sure you have the space for it in the garden.

It looks alright, but £160?

Don't get me wrong, you're saving a lot off the original price, but still...

I had one of these a couple of years ago - was gr8 when first set up but a word of caution - it needs to be stored away over the winter months and its a big thing to store (would take upa single garage on its own) I left mine out and the hammock just fell to bits (totally my fault as that bit can be taken off and folded away) but the large wooden base bit absolutely perished over 1 winter it looks a right mess now..and yes I did treat it with decking oil!

Can it be dismantled?

If it perished after one winter , I would say it was n´t made of hardwood.Although it is called a teak hammock,if you read the description it says it is made of larchwood, which is a durable wood used for boat making.,so should last untreated for many winters.

That thing looks hellishly unstable. I know from my hammock that they're hard to get in and out of without occasionally falling onto the ground. With this arrangement, instead of falling onto soft grass or earth you look like you'll end up falling onto one of those wooden stabilising legs.

hammerspain

If it perished after one winter , I would say it was n´t made of … If it perished after one winter , I would say it was n´t made of hardwood.Although it is called a teak hammock,if you read the description it says it is made of larchwood, which is a durable wood used for boat making.,so should last untreated for many winters.



B&Q, M&S and Homebase all recalled hardwood hammocks a couple of years ago. Had one that I left out in the garden that just fell apart. Managed to get refund on frame and let me keep the rest......... which was nice.

alasrati

Can it be dismantled?



I've got one and it can be easily dismantled. I'd say it'll take about 30 - 40 minutes to do so, but more than doable. Would save dragging the base into the garage if you're storing it! And like hammerspain mentioned, it's actually made out of larchwood which is highly durable!

Ideal for episodes of CSI.:p
Edited by: "joylove" 9th Aug 2010

received ours this morning (local) my husband took 30 minutes to set up which wasnt too bad. the wood is laminated in 3 sections and treated. we are confident about leaving out in the winter cos its larchwood apparantly!
the cloth unclips off the chains versy easily. i''ve seen similiar in the Garden Centre fro over £300
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