Hammaka Nami Deluxe Hanging Hammock Lounger Chair In Green

November 16, 2018 - Comment

Experience the Hammaka Nami chairs unique combination of top quality construction, uncommon comfort and high end luxury and elegance. The handcrafted and kiln dried hardwood frame supports a thick 600 Denier polyester cushion providing the perfect mix of durability and comfort. It is an ideal addition to any collection. The Nami chair hangs indoors or

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Experience the Hammaka Nami chairs unique combination of top quality construction, uncommon comfort and high end luxury and elegance. The handcrafted and kiln dried hardwood frame supports a thick 600 Denier polyester cushion providing the perfect mix of durability and comfort. It is an ideal addition to any collection. The Nami chair hangs indoors or outdoors, anywhere 350 pounds can be supported.

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Anonymous says:

This is my second hammock chair, so I learned … This is my second hammock chair, so I learned from the first.I discarded everything but the basic swing chair.I replaced the nylon cables with left & right steel cables and iron beam hangers.I reinforced the nuts and bolts with wood screws to keep the wooden parts from slipping and the chair from collapsing.I also gave it two coats of varnish to keep the rain from delaminating the wooden parts.

Anonymous says:

Magical Hammock Chair A very nice hanging hammock lounger. Set up can be difficult. Helps tremendously to take your time setting up. Inspect the manufactures hanging assembly concept with an eagle eye, and you’ll be relaxing in no time. Adjustments can be expected. I did not need to re-knot any straps/cords to make any adjustments. Unique adjusters incorporated in the assembly…

Anonymous says:

Two stars simply because they were nice for two seasons Bought two of these, nearly $300 worth of chairs, lasted two seasons. Were hanging from covered patio, brought in during winter, so not even out for six months a year. So used for maybe twelve months total. The wood finish faded and started to dry out by the end of the first season, by the end of the second season the wood became dry and started flaking/splintering, then… just put them out a few weeks ago, sat it then a few times, then all of a sudden the rope pulled through one of the holes…

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