All about hammocks
Hammocks without spreader bars originated in South America and still are a classic among all hammocks. They are available in different sizes and materials and can be used inside as well as outside. Due to their versatility, they are very popular among all age groups, couples, families and people just looking for relaxation. The perfect lying position for a hammock without spreader bars is a diagonal position. Due to its construction, it is almost impossible to fall out of a classic hammock without spreader bars.
We not only consider the hammock a South American cultural possession that we aim to preserve, but also an everyday commodity for babies, children and travellers which we aim to spread in the world by contributing innovative products. Our range covers the whole spectrum of hammocks and hammock chairs. A spectrum we would like to introduce you to on the following pages.
To really be able to enjoy your hammock you need to find the perfect spot for it. This spot should offer enough space and also provide the possibility to suspend the hammock. Important: when mounting a hammock it is important to add space to let the hammock sag. Because the more a hammock sags, the more comfortable it will be.
A short overview of all possibilities for suspension:
Hammocks with spreader bars are a further development of the classic hammock. Developed by sailors in colonial times this kind of hammock still has a large number of followers. For hammocks with spreader bars, different criteria apply in comparison to classic hammocks without spreader bars.
The hammock chair (also called hammock armchair, hammock seat or hammock swing) has developed into a very popular way of seating over the last decades. In a hammock chair, the feet mostly touch the ground. Very similar to a rocking chair one can steer the swinging movement individually.