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Kijaro All in One Portable Hammock with Detachable 180 Degree Rotating Canopy and Cooler
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- 100% Polyester
- 180 degree rotating detachable canopy
- Cooler included, can hold up to 6 beverages
- Magazine holder
- 2 mesh cup holders
- Backpack carry bag included
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Whether you are camping, lounging by the pool, or in your backyard you can relax in the Kijaro All in One Hammock. Three easy steps is all it takes to assemble this portable hammock. If you want to shield yourself from the sun, just attach the 180 degree rotating canopy and you are set. You can adjust the shade yourself while still lying in the hammock relaxing. Pack a few beverages in the insulated cooler and bring your favorite magazine to put in the holder, and you will never want to get up.
- Product Dimensions : 42 x 10 x 10 inches; 32.8 Pounds
- Item model number : 80569
- Department : ""
- Date First Available : November 12, 2010
- Manufacturer : Kijaro
- ASIN : B003OJDEZC
Best Sellers Rank:
#481,117 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #585 in Camping Hammocks
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This is a nice hammock to take camping, especially if you are somewhere that does not allow hanging hammocks from trees, as some of California's State Campgrounds are now doing. I liked the spreader bars that curved beneath the hammock where they could not be felt, but that still kept the hammock from collapsing around you. The zippered pocket "cooler" was a useful container for keys, sunglasses, cell phone, and my paperback book. The cup holder was also a nice addition. By far, the sun shade was the star of the show, even when the hammock was in the shade of the trees, since the sun constantly moves and is somehow in my eyes anyway. The adjustable angle of the sun shade allowed me to stay in the hammock longer, even as the sun moved across the sky.
However, as much as I like the hammock, I could not rate it with five stars for several reasons:
1) When I set it up at home when I first got it, to make sure the parts were all there, and laid on it for a moment or so, then went to take it down, I noticed that one of the four rings on the hammock had not been welded closed properly. The ring had opened up and separated, leaving the circular ring a very awkward out-of-round shape. This was a problem for me since I was to leave on my trip the next day and was really counting on using my hammock while camping. I had to find someone in town to reshape the ring and re-weld it before I left.
2) The directions read that you should connect the hammock rings to the frame and then tighten down the folding mechanism in the frame. The problem is that the frame cannot be made to tighten down properly (four small rods are pushed through holes that must line up in the frame,) while the hammock is connected to the frame. I had to lay the frame on one side, remove one (previously connected) hammock ring on that side, insert the two rods on that side, then stretch the ring back onto that side of the hammock. Then I had to turn it on its other side to repeat the process.
3) The hammock is exceptionally difficult to get up out of. Because of the folding frame mechanism, you cannot just set your feet on the ground and stand up. The frame is in the way. The hammock is also a bit to low to stand up from as one might from a chair. I had to be completely centered (lengthwise) on the hammock and scoot way back to the center or beyond (crosswise) in preparation to get up. Then I had to get my feet behind the frame mechanism so that I could stand up when I did rise. Finally, I had to find something to push myself up with to get in the standing position since the hammock itself is rather too low to stand up from.
4) The hammock with frame is really quite heavy to lug around.
I spite of all of the above negatives, I am still glad I purchased this hammock, since most of the negatives have either been dealt with or can be adapted to and it is nice to have a portable hammock with a shade cover.
As for the hammock- This thing is great! Easy to set up. Light. Portable like a fold-up camp chair.. I will be ordering another one! it's perfect for the beach, the pool, at home, even inside! I'm not sure where this wouldn't be good to have!
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The sunshade / rain cover is a great idea, it locks in place so that the wind won't move it, but with a little bit of force while laying on it you can move the shade around pretty easy and it also includes a cover for the window in the shade if you're out in the rain.
The included bag is good, it even has padded shoulder harnesses, however the whole thing is quite long and bulky, I doubt you'd really want to lug it around that far. But, it would make bringing it down to the beach or a short walk doable.
The fabric needs a bit of time to strech, so it also comes with 2 "S" hooks so you can connect the hammock part to the frame for the first few times. The instructions make it sound like after a few uses the hammock will stretch and you'll no longer need the "S" hooks -- so far, our's hasn't stretched.
The included pillow, which actually connects to the hammock so it doesn't get out of place is a great idea.
Now for the "meh" bits:
It feels unsteady at first, you'll get used to it, but the first few times getting on it, it feels very unstable, and the bars below would definitely suck to fall on, which dispite almost sounding like a contradiction -- there isn't much of a swing motion like there is on a normal hammock. The cup holder is great, but there is *just* enough motion that if you're not super careful, you'll end up spilling your drink.