ALGOMA 8911E Rope, Stand, Pad and Pillow Combo

February 4, 2014 - Comment

Get everything you need for a relaxing summer in one complete package! This combo from Algoma Net pairs a cotton rope hammock with a powder-coated green stand to bring you hours of enjoyment. Strong, comfortable and convenient for your indoor or outdoor p Product Features Cotton rope hammock Polyester quilted hammock with matching pillow Steel

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Get everything you need for a relaxing summer in one complete package! This combo from Algoma Net pairs a cotton rope hammock with a powder-coated green stand to bring you hours of enjoyment. Strong, comfortable and convenient for your indoor or outdoor p

Product Features

  • Cotton rope hammock
  • Polyester quilted hammock with matching pillow
  • Steel brown powder coated frame
  • Weight limit 275 pounds

Comments

April says:

Great idea, but not very sturdy I bought this for myself with hopes of spending more time in the backyard. When I put it together, I noticed it wasn’t very sturdy. The poles that are attached to the center beam do not fit securely. Therefore, when you get in the hammock the poles move in towards the hammock and when you get out, they move back outward. Also the hammock is to long for the stand. When I hooked the hammock up to the stand with the chain and S hook on the longest setting, as soon as I sat in it, it sank straight to the ground. Even when I hooked to ring of the hammock directly to the hammock, I sank straight to the ground. I had to hook the ring on the S hook, and then take the chain through the center of the hammock and pull it through to the S hook. Even with this rigging, it still hangs a little low. If you’re going to purchase this, you should be aware of this issue. I love my hammock, but if I had to do it over again, I think I would have rather buy a stand and hammock separate and spend…

Ian says:

Not well-constructed I was somewhat happy with this product for 6 months. But there were problems.First, the hammock is too long for the frame. When I first hooked it up at medium chain length, the fabric scraped the ground. On the tightest setting (no chain) it was usable, but laying out I only hang a couple inches above the ground. After about a month’s use, when I first sit in it to get in or out, my butt touches the ground.Second, the cushion was not big enough for the hammock. It’s short from each end by at least an inch, which means tying it up is tricky, and if you tie to the frame it will rip when you sit on it. The pillow is fine. It was reasonably comfortable. The frame is a little ugly.I have it outside all the time in an area with not much sun, but will get rain. I thought it was holding up pretty well to the elements at first. After about 4-5 months I noticed the wood start to discolor, and some very slight mildewing in the fabric. Then after…

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