DON'T FLIP, GET A LAZY DAZE STAND
Secure your favorite hammock chair with a stable and durable stand that's easy to assemble and can handle the elements rain or shine.
Safe and Comfortable Stand for the Whole Family
Made to be durable and safe, the stand is made from heavy gauge steel that can support up to 330 lbs. The tall and wide heavy-duty steel stand with metal hooks makes it easy to attach your favorite hammock chair to it. Rest comfortably knowing this stand won't budge or fail even with heavy loads.
Easy to Assemble
This Unique A-bracket stand includes all the hardware and installation tools. It's quick to assemble, so you can enjoy your hammock chair right away.
Features in Detail
Easily attach hammocks chair and hammock chairs.
Powder Coated Steel
Sturdy and stable steel stand with rust-resistant powder coating. Even the chains are Zinc plated steel that lasts rain or shine.
Protects the base and stops the stand from sliding or scratching surfaces.
|Stand Material:||Powder Coated Steel|
|Stand Dimension:||39.37(L) x 39.37(W) x 59.84(H) inches|
|Weight Capacity:||330 lbs|
|Gross Weight:||35.3 lbs|
|Package Size:||52(L) x 22(W) x 3.9(H) inches inches|
FAQ & Care
How wide is the assembled frame at the top?
The width of assembled frame at the top is 69 inches.
Does the hammock really swing?
Yes. You can swing gently within a certain range.
What is the final weight capacity?
Weight capacity: 330lbs.
Is this easy to disassemble (if you want to store it in a closet over the winter)?
Definitely! I disassembled mine for storage in the garage rafters. Very easy!
Could I hang a saucer on it?
It depends on the height of the saucer. This stand is 59.84" height.
We have another one with a different stand, and this one is way more sturdy. The other one we had to weigh down with sand bags, which is not needed for this one. I just wish it would come with a different swing. I don't like the woven cloth. It doesn't stretch enough to really lie in it and rolls up under the knees or cuts into the leg. I replaced it and had to pay for something I didn't use.