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- Order number: fatboy_haengem
The Fatboy hammock "Headdemock" (pun on the English phrase "Have you got one too?") Comes in the typical oversized design and offers space for several people. Neither trees nor ropes are needed for the installation, because the softly padded hammock comes together with a sturdy frame, in which it is hung. The frame is powder coated and therefore weatherproof. So everyone can choose their favorite place to "hang out", be it the garden or the terrace. With water-repellent and durable material, the UV-resistant fabric of the "Haeddemock" ensures years of luxury while lying down. If the summer ends, the mat and the frame can be easily folded and stowed in bags, until the weather is warm again.
The Fatboy hammock "Headdemock" is available in the colors lime green, olive green, petrol, pink, turquoise, black, brown, red, orange, sand, taupe, white, dark blue, light gray, jeans light blue, purple and yellow ocher , The mat is made of durable polyester. The fabric is moisture and dirt repellent. For cleaning, mild soap and lukewarm water are recommended. When it rains the mat should be stored protected.
... is the manufacturer with the oversized label. With innovative designs, Fatboy quickly established itself as a brand in the early 2000s. Following the development of the legendary beanbag and production in 2002, the brand now presents itself with a wide range of stylish, funny and practical outdoor and indoor products. Ever new lifestyle products, shaped by unconventional thinking, have been developed for many years.
The history of the hammock
Before the Europeans discovered the practical sleeping and resting opportunity, people in Latin America were already using hammocks. Later, the function of hanging was used to create space-saving sleeping places on ships. Today used as a relaxed lounger, hammocks protected from water, dirt and dangerous animals.
The origin of the word hammock lies in the term "hamáka", which the Taínos in Haiti used for their sleep nets. During his trips to America Columbus got to know these hammocks in 1492. He referred to them as woolen nets, but later used the term "hamacas".
Through phonetic-semantic approximation, the word "hammock", which aptly describes the function of the thing, became the very foreign-sounding term. The origin of the word is made clear in particular by the English term hammock and the French term "hamac". With the types of hammocks a distinction is made between the classic net hammocks and the cloth hammocks. The traditional net hammocks are found mainly in the Mexican area, while the cloth hammocks are represented in North and South American.
- Dirt and moisture repellent. Clean with lukewarm water and mild soap. Please keep protected in case of rain.
- Resilient up to 150kg
|Material:||rubber, 100% Polyester fiberfill, metal|
|Weight:||28 kg (hammock 14 kg / frame 14 kg)|