Vivere UHS9 Universal Space-Saving Steel Hammock Stand, 9-Feet

February 4, 2014 - Comment

This space-saving universal 9 foot hammock stand is constructed of heavy duty steel and assembles in minutes without any tools. You’ll enjoy the freedom the stand provides by allowing you to set up your hammock in the most convenient location and no longer rely on those 2 perfect trees. Heavy duty construction in powder coated

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This space-saving universal 9 foot hammock stand is constructed of heavy duty steel and assembles in minutes without any tools. You’ll enjoy the freedom the stand provides by allowing you to set up your hammock in the most convenient location and no longer rely on those 2 perfect trees. Heavy duty construction in powder coated steel with plastic caps on the ends of the tubing to create a soft finish. Carrying case is included. Assembly required. 450 pound capacity. 108 x 48 x 44 inches.

Product Features

  • Space saving design is ideal for decks, balconies, porches, etc.
  • Powder coated steel frame assembles in minutes without any tools
  • Carrying case is included
  • 450 pound capacity; 108 x 48 x 44 inches
  • Assembly required

Comments

Art007 "Art F." says:

Perfect Some years ago I purchased a string type, no stretcher, “Mayan” hammock and mounted it on a common hammock stand, a big green thing with pipe sections that slid into one another. Any time I moved the stand the tubes would shift and fall out. The stand was left behind in my last move. This Vivere stand was purchased as a replacement.The box arrived in perfect condition. All the parts were present, there was even an extra knurled screw connector. No tools are needed for assembly. Once assembled, the stand can be moved without any fear of it falling apart. I keep the stand assembled in the garage and shift it easily into and around the yard.My Mayan hammock fit perfectly, once the hooks were positioned correctly on the supporting tubes. The U shaped guides prevent excessive swinging. The compact size of the stand means it will fit where the older stand would not.Although I haven’t used it yet, the included carrying bag means the stand and…

Diana says:

Works well with my Mayan Hammock…but not without it’s issues… I ordered the bronze stand since it was considerably less money than the the ‘grey’ finish and I think it is a nice color. The finish was fairly scratched straight out of the box, however. I was able to assemble the stand in about 15 minutes by myself and needed no tools. The ‘directions’ are on the carry bag but are not very explicit. However, there are only so many ways that the pieces can go together. The holes on the cross bar go DOWN. I had some difficulty with one of the screw knobs not wanting the thread correctly, but patience and attention to making sure I did not cross thread it eventually got it in.I purchased this for use with my 13′ “matrimonial” mayan style (string) hammock. The stand DOES work with this hammock and I can put the hooks down one more on each leg as it stretches (although, I find washing helps ‘shrink’ it back up). I prefer the wider size hammock so that I can lay on it diagonally which is how the Maya use theirs. Because of the width…

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