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Buy from Amazon UK Site redirect.viglink.com?key=083bca13018b6acb381a415148cefb98&out=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Eamazon%2Eco%2Euk%2Fdp%2FB004BDQ362 Product Description Samba Marine New AZ-1072110 The sturdy hammock with spreader bar made of weatherproof and UV-resistant EllTex material, which is extra long lasting and yet as soft as cotton. Features -Spreader bar hammock. -Material: Extra long lasting textile, a special mix of polyester and cotton. -UV and fade resistant and weatherproof – can be hung outside even in rain. -Not washable. -Comes in a matching bag. -Hand-woven in Brazil. -AZO-free. Specifications: -Approximate lying surface: 220cm x 140cm. -Load capacity: 150 kg. -Dimensions: 100cm W x 320cm D. Installation Instructions

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You can use it indoor or out as long as you take proper care of your hammock. The fabric cradles and conforms to the body which aids in relaxation and comfort. When you purchase a Jobek hammock, you can rest assured that you are buying a quality product. Constructed of soft cotton, it is more resilient and comfortable due to a larger cotton weight per square yard. Its structural design includes spreader bars and may be easily cleaned with a mild solution of soap and water: Features: Bed Dimensions: 54″ x 86″. Holds up to 350 lbs. Accommodates one person. Cotton. Color: Natural. May be used indoors or out. Wood Spreader Bars. Brazilian.

 

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LOWEST Price on the Web…Shipping is FREE ! BEST PRICE on the Web! FREE Shipping! FAST FedEx Service! QUESTIONS? Call us! 800-718-1710 Constructed of soft cotton. Hammock stand not included. Features the sun, the sounds, colors, and styles of Brazilian relaxation. More resilient and comfortable due to a larger cotton weight per square yard and structural design with spreader bar.   BONUS OFFER!  Get a $25 Rebate Coupon with your order! FREE , Fast FedEx Shipping! Get it shipped sooner. Get it shipped FREE! Order Today!

 

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