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Hurry! For a Limited Time Only Ends 12/04/23< p>Combine the fun of a seesaw with the comfort of a hammock for the best spot in the yard. Our Rockin' 2-in-1 Hammock offers ample room for 1 or 2 kids to rock up and down, or just relax in comfort.
It's much more fun than an ordinary hammock, with specially designed, curving steel rockers that offer a cool gliding ride, and rubber stoppers on the bottom of the rockers offering additional safety. This comfortable hammock is made of thick, colorful Textaline mesh. Simply lengthen or shorten the support ropes at each end to create the correct weight balance for the number of kids. Let the good times rock and roll with this boatload of fun!
Patent pending. Adult assembly required. Holds up to 300 lbs.
Adult assembly required
Approx. 10¾'L x 4'W
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So, ours is about 4 years old at this point. I had pre-teens to high school age when I ordered it and it has stood up to the typical teen shenanigans in both Texas heat & east coast Virginia seasonal fluxes. The blue of the pipes is fading and the orange hammock isn't as vibrant as it once was. Still holding up though. I can't speak to the bent frames of the other reviews because ours has held up well and we're not tiny people by any means. I do wish that the hammock was a replaceable item when it does wear out as all things do. I also wish it was a tad wider for stability. I'll probably hit the frame with a coat of spray paint this year to prevent rust from forming. I'd recommend because it's been a good, long-lasting purchase for us.
The grandparents gave this to my kids for Christmas in December 2017, and it's on the verge of disintegration after not quite 4 years. The bottom rail has a rusted out gash, and the nylon seam has ripped, and it's generally fraying, faded, and rusty. But my youngest, who's on the spectrum and loves all things that rock and bounce, still enjoys it and wants it replaced. It's one of the few attractions that will get him outdoors playing, even if he can't find a friend, as has so often been the case during covid. So the bad news is I'm looking at spending another nearly $300 on top of the hassle of getting rid of the broken one, which, being metal, involves a special trip to the dump. Also, the bright orange is a bit of an eye sore, and it hardly looks better when it fades, so I wish it came in some more natural color--olive green would be nice--that blended better with the surroundings. In that vein, it makes a decent adult hammock for skygazing, especially if you lack anchor points for a traditional hammock.
This was our kiddos' big Christmas present last year. It was a fun addition to our outdoor playspace for the first several months, but very quickly, the paint and hammock dramatically faded. Then, last week the ropes snapped. The plastic ropes felt like dust in my hands.
From day 1 the kids fell in love with this hammock And spent a lot of late afternoons swinging and rocking . While someone was lying down in it a nylon strap broke and they came crashing down. We purchased it as a Christmas gift and it made it to August.
My granddaughter has a lot of fun with this hammock