With this Amazonas Lambada hammock you can easily picture yourself being in Brazil. The cheerfully coloured stripes give this hammock a summer feel, that invites you to relax in it. The Lambada hammock has a maximum supported weight of 150 kilograms and can be used by two people simultaneously. This model has dimensions of 210×140 centimeters and the hammock weighs only 1.4 kilograms.
The Amazonas Lambada hammock is available in three different models. You can choose from the following models:
- Lambada Apple (green, yellow)
- Lambada Mango (orange, yellow)
- Lambada Tropical (purple, yellow, orange)
How to hang up a hammock?
Before you can use a hammock, you have to hang it up in a suitable place. For this, you can use a stand, where you can attach your hammock to, or hang up your hammock between two trees or on the ceiling for instance. For this, you need extra fixing material. When hanging up a hammock, you need to make sure the cords run as straight as possible. So do not twist or tie them together! Next, you have to make sure the hammock sags when hung up, and that it hangs 20 to 40 centimeters above the ground when you sit down in it. A hammock will usually stretch 5 to 15 percent, something to keep in mind when hanging it up.
Sitting down in your hammock
Is your hammock hung up safely? Then you can start relaxing! The best way to get in a hammock is to turn your back towards it, grab the hammock with your hands and then sit down. After that you can find a comfortable position. The most comfortable position in a traditional hammock is diagonally. Getting out is done by first moving your legs out of the hammock. Attention!Never put your feet in the hammock first, do not practice gymnastics in it and never put your head between the ropes.