The Reclining Hammock Chair is a New Zealand iconic favourite since 1997 - designed and developed for outside living, and fully weather-resistant against mildew and rot. Our Outdoor Hammocks are known as Mayan Silk Hammocks - woven with the strongest and most UV resistant yarn available, these Hammock Chairs are sometimes called Hanging Swing Chairs.
Our Hammocks are custom-made by the Indigenous Maya of Central America. Adult artisans in a cottage industry environment hand-craft our hammocks to our fibre and colour specification using a traditional weaving technique.
The Worlds Most Comfortable Hammock relieves the body of accumulated stress - see Benefits below.
Available with Spreader Bar - Click on images to enlarge
Available without Spreader Bar - Suspension Ropes Included
When setting up your Hammock Chair without the Spreader Bar, the maximum distance between the hammock ‘loops’ must be no greater than 1500mm apart - the minimum distance apart is 1200mm. Two 2.5m suspension ropes are included.
The Reclining Hammock Chair is deliciously comfortable and safe to sit in, and safe to exit without embarrassment..
The Hammock netting has a soft silky feel and expands to fit everybody - customised comfort provides perfect back and lumbar support with no pressure points.
The Hammock offers therapeutic relief from accumulated body stress, muscular tension and back pain discomfort.
Hammock conforms and supports the spines'
natural curvature together with the back's
muscular system to promote a feeling of
relaxed personal wellbeing.
The gentle rocking motion combined with the feeling of being cradled in a web of supportive strings is reminiscent of a mothers arms.
A great place for " time out " to read or dream those cares away.
WARNING - The Hammock Chair must not be used as a swing by children. Babies must never be left unattended in any hammock. Play it safe
Above Right - Picture Perfect: Seamus Harrison's picture of son Maz sleeping peacefully in a hammock under a jury-rigged umbrella won the family first prize in the NZ Herald's summer photo competition.