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Ideal Hammocks For One Person

A regular size great quality hammock is a very good investment. You can relax indoors or outside. Our Hamaca Colombian hammocks feature cadejos (chains) of cotton which help to distribute the weight evenly for perfect comfort. We also offer FREE next day delivery on Hamaca hammocks and free delivery on all our hammocks.

Most of these hammocks are pretty big at 140cm wide, so a single hammock doesn’t mean a small hammock.

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Read 5 Reasons why Hamaca hammocks are superior hammocks + how to get FREE shipping.

Some things to look out for when buying hammocks ?

Here are some details to look for when considering which hammock to buy.

1. Hammocks With Cadejos

Cadejos is the Spanish word for chains. This refers to the twisted plaits at each end of the hammock. These look beautiful and they help to distribute the weight perfectly which gives better comfort and balance. This technique is common with Colombian hammocks, but not so common on hammocks made elsewhere.

2. Where is it made ?

Hammocks have a long tradition in Colombia and Brazil. There are some traditional design differences between the two countries. One of these is the open loop at the end. This makes it quicker and easier to hang the hammock in different places and again distribute the weight a bit better. It is a tiny difference, maybe more aesthetic than anything else, but something to consider.

3. Which Materials Are Used ?

Many of our Hamaca hammocks are made from recycled cotton. This is many times kinder to the environment than organic cotton. The recycled cotton comes from Mexico where it is spun in to yarn and dyed before being shipped to Colombia to be woven. Cotton is very nice and soft. If you want the ultimate in strength and fade resistance, then choose a hammock made from polyester or Sunbrealla or a mix of cotton and polyester.

4. Good Working Conditions ?

Some of the people working in the hammock factory we use in Colombia have been working there for 25 years! Staff turnover is very low due to the good working conditions. You can see videos and interviews at the Colombian factory here.

5. Extra Thick And Strong Material

When we chose the thickness of the fabric and the strength capacity of the strings, we made everything at the highest practical level. This means the hammock fabric is thicker and stronger and the strings will be durable for many many years. We simply noted the specifications of competitors hammocks and upgraded them a bit.

How to get FREE Shipping...

  1. Have a UK delivery address and make sure you have more than £49 worth of relaxation equipment in your basket.
  2. That's it. Place your order and shipping will always be FREE in the UK. 
  3. The brands Hamaca or Amazonas will arrive on the next working day. Vivere and Tropilex items will take a few days, but shipping will still be FREE!
Cadejos looks stylish and help distribute weight perfectly

Cadejos on the Raya Family Hammock


Watch videos from our hammock factory on Youtube

HAMMOCK {Definition}

ˈhamək/
noun
noun: hammock; plural noun: hammocks
  1. a bed made of canvas or rope mesh suspended from two supports by cords at both ends.
Origin
Hammock definition and origin
mid 16th century (in the Spanish form hamaca ): via Spanish from Taino hamaka ; the ending was altered in the 16th century by association with -ock.