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JUNELILY Colored Stripes Hammock Chair for Indoors Outdoors |

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JUNELILY Colored Stripes Hammock Chair for Indoors Outdoors |

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Color:Blue Stripes

If you can picture enjoying the nature view sitting on the hammock chair in summer, then why wait on this? Grab one of these multi-colored hammocks for your backyard now and enjoy your mini summer vacation all the time!

Our striped hammock chair lets you take in all the fun in a perfectly relaxed mode. Comes with a 330-lb capacity so you can sit comfortably without feeling tight. Gives you a soft and ample amount of seating space so you can relax as you enjoy the next sun up or down at the comfort of your backyard (outdoors) or windowsill (indoors). This hammock chair definitely elevates your next lounging session!

You can also install it at villa houses or even natural places that have sturdy tree builds for a practical use to bring to your solo adventures outdoors like camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, and so many more.

Made with plated steel rings, durable poly rope, and an included 40-inch hardwood spreader bar keeps this hammock chair sturdy with a polyester and cotton-made cushion for your seating space.

SPECS:
Activity: Outdoor, Traveling, Camping, Hiking, Backyard, Vacation, Fishing, Hunting
Hammock Material: Cotton, Polyester
Colors Available: Maple Red Stripes, Light Blue amp; Green Stripes
Weight: 4.15 lbs
Seating Capacity: 330 lbs
Packaging Dimensions: 16 x 16 x 91 cm / 6.5 x 6.5 x 36 in
MPN: PGQHC007 (Maple Red), PGQHC009 (Blue amp; Green), PGQHC004 (Blue Stripes), PGQHC006 (Dark-Light Blues amp; Green Stripes)
SKU: EWO-1162 (Maple Red), EWO-1165 (Blue amp; Green), EWO-1172 (Blue Stripes), EWO-1239 (Dark-Light Blues amp; Green Stripes)

NOTE:
US-brand with Warranty and Customer Service Support available. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns!

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