By Florence Simon. Hammocks. Published at Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 - 18:04:16 PM.
Joining the two concepts of "stationary" and "hammock" together may appear to be the most counterintuitive suggestion. This is especially true because the stereotypical hammock that people often think about is one that swings between two trees or posts. However, a stationary hammock, otherwise known as a four-point hammock, is in fact the most famous of the kinds of hammock and is used often when camping or lazing around at home.
Some types of hammocks, such as Brazilian and Mayan hammocks, are hung directly from trees, posts, ceiling joists etc, however, other hammocks have to be attached to a hammock stand to make them useable. You can buy these types of hammocks in packages, and the stand and hammock will come together, ready to be set up. If you have found yourself in need of a stand, however, then you'll need to know if your hammock has "spreader bars" or not.
One more thing you should know is that rope and fabric hammocks can have spreader bars at the ends or be stave-less (traditional hammock without bars). You might think that spreader bars add comfort, but in fact it is the other way around - hammocks without the bars are more comfortable, because they wrap around your body better. If for appearance reasons you prefer hammocks with spreader bars, go for hammocks with 3 hanging points instead of just 2 - these have much less chance of tipping over.
A hammock swing resembles a hammock folded in half and hung up with a basket at the center of the hammock. It is great for lounging on a patio or indoors on a warm summer evening. Sturdy, comfortable, and cost-effective, hammock swings can provide you with years of faithful service with minimal maintenance. The more expensive versions of hammock swings have a foot-rest installed under those, and are often called 'air chairs'.
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