Vivere HOOK2 Double Hammock Hook Set with Fasteners
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- Designed to install on a ceiling, veranda, gazebo or any other structure that can sustain a weight of 450 pounds
- Includes eight 1-1/2 inch wood screws, 8 plastic wall anchors and 2 plate hooks
- Zinc-coated hardware resists corrosion
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 2 x 2.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.75 pounds|
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These plate hooks have been designed to conveniently install on a ceiling, veranda, gazebo or any other structure that can sustain a weight of 450 pounds. Securely fasten the hooks using the 8 included 1-1/2 inch wood screws in support beams that will be able to handle a load of at least 450 pounds. Please consult an engineer if you are unclear about the load bearing potential of a post or beam. Zinc-coated hardware with poly-resin anchors.
Top customer reviews
1. The holes for the screws are just far enough apart that the screws can't all be placed into a standard wall stud. I was slightly annoyed that I had to drill two holes into the stud and then use the anchors for the other two holes in the drywall. I would have preferred to use all for holes for the wall stud. Then I could have avoided making giant holes for the anchor.
2. When the hammock swings, there is a thump as the hardware slides across the main plate. It also produces a loud scratching sound. A good dose of WD 40 mostly resolved the sound and the thump is now felt as more of a slight bump. After about two weeks, I had to reapply the WD 40. Our hammock does get a lot of singing action because a child uses it.
Overall: The hooks are sturdy. They were sort of a pain to install into wall studs because of the hole spacing. Installing into a larger beam would be pretty simple. There is a bit of friction, squeaking and bumping during swinging that can mostly be remedied with WD 40.
If I had to choose again, I think I would explore using a very sturdy eye hook instead but these work okay.