Blue Cradle Chair Set with Trailer Hitch Stand

Item Code: 7KP-40501-KP

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The Hammaka Hitch Stand/Cradle Chair Combination will make you the envy of all at the next tailgate party, fireworks show, fishing and camping trips, and more! It attaches to any standard 2" x 2" trailer hitch receiver and can be used with one or two hanging chairs!

The Cradle Chair is constructed of waterproofed and UV protected 600x600 denier polyester (the most durable and UV resistant material of its kind). It features a sturdy solid oak hardwood frame with a natural finish and super heavy-duty 2,000 lb polyester cords. It has a super heavy-duty 350 lb weight capacity and comes completely outfitted with a leg rest and arm rests for unparalleled comfort. The Hammaka Cradle Chair is super easy to install, taking about only ten minutes to set up.

The Hammaka Hitch Stand is made of durable steel with a powder-coat finish to resist the elements and has a 500 lb weight capacity (250 lbs per chair). Its patented design makes it possible for you to be as comfortable on the go as you are at home. Stand measures 58.25 x 21 x 3.34.
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Specifications
  • 600x600 Denier Polyester
  • Forest Green
  • Waterproofed
  • UV Treated
  • Oak Hardwood Dowels
  • 2000 lb. Polyethylene Cords
  • All Hanging Hardware Included
Additional Information Download Trailer Hitch Stand Assembly Instructions

Download Cradle Chair Assembly Instructions
Brand Kings Pond
Model 40501-KP
Shipping Weight (lbs) 51.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 51
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