Guide Gear Portable Folding Hammock

Take this Guide Gear Portable Folding Hammock, BIG BUCKS OFF! An oversized slice of paradise, ready to swing you into the best, most relaxed mood ever! Fun fact: Hammocks were developed in tropical regions for sleeping. Today, they’re popular around the world for relaxation and can be used as lightweight beds on camping trips. Relaxation made easy: Fully portable, foldable, sets up in seconds; Ultra-strong steel frame, over 8′ long with plenty of room; Mesh fabric bottom improves air circulation for a cool experience; 225-lb. weight capacity; Comes with carry bag with backpack-style shoulder straps. Measures 8 1/4′ x 32″ x 27″h. Weighs 26.45 lbs.; Comfortable and relaxing with breezy savings! Get yours now! Guide Gear Portable Folding Hammock

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3 Responses to Guide Gear Portable Folding Hammock

  1. lin says:

    Best Bang for the Buck I love hammocks but we simply didn’t have the necessary tree arrangement to have a traditional one. I started researching stand alone hammocks and was dismayed when I realized I was going to be spending easily $200-300 for just the stand! As beautiful as they were, I was looking to spend much less. I just wanted to be able to lay out in our backyard with a good book on a nice day. These portable folding hammocks were my next option, and this is by far the best one I’ve found for the price…

  2. DeKalb Land Man says:

    Good product, but larger people, take care before buying As everyone else pointed out, the frame is very well built, and the bag it comes in is a bit flimsy. My one complaint, was that it has 225 pound weight limit- not 250 as the product description points out. It’s right on the tag on the hammock. The frame may hold 250 pounds, but the hammock does not. I’m about 230, and have yet to break it, but just throwing that information out there for any heavier folks. Also note that the product comes with no literature other then what is written on the…

  3. VulcanJedi says:

    Easy assembly / portability….questionable stitching I actually have this setup in my dining room at the moment 🙂 I was hoping in the summer to read a book and what not outdoors and such. I was hoping the supports would all have more protection but only the ends do so you wouldnt want to put on the concrete and scratch those support bars I would think (I was hoping to avoid getting it overly dirty 🙂 )Regards, the quality seems good and the portability is legit with the carrying case and easy (dis)assembly.I had a bed that the…