Traditional hammocks hang from tree limbs or porch beams and can be hard to move around. Hammock chair stands make these comfy seats mobile. You can relocate to follow the shade (or the sun), bring it to the beach, or tuck it close to a fireplace on cool evenings.
Stable And Rust-Resistant
This model supports up to 300 pounds. FDW
It may seem obvious but be sure whatever chair stand you’re considering is capable of holding the weight you plan to suspend from it. Consider also that while Grandpa might only weigh 150 pounds, grandkids on his lap will add to that number, not to mention the 100-pound family pet that thinks it’s a lap dog.
Put It Anywhere You Want
This 2-inch, 12-gauge steel frame is powder-coated to resist rust. Best Choice Products
If you’re using a hammock stand outside where it’s susceptible to sun and water damage, consider a model made with high-quality steel and finished with a rust-resistant coating.
This frame assembles without tools. Zupapa
Some chair stands sit on three or four legs, while others use a large frame as the base. The longer the legs and the wider the base, the more stable the stand will be. Just make sure the stand’s base dimensions fit the area you plan to place it.