It’s time to get suspended! Blue MoonChair, hammock chair by Ticket To The Moon, for Dreamers Worldwide
Get in your hammock chair and keep your feet off the ground! The MoonChair from Ticket To The Moon will make your whole body feel weightless and relaxed, as if you were hugged and softly rocked by giant arms.
A unique experience for not much effort as the MoonChair is a very easy chair to set up and hook from a beam or ceiling. Now get in, stretch your legs, invite a pillow and a book: it’s time to get suspended…
A word from the Ticket To The Moon
‘The MoonChair by Ticket To The Moon is made from the highest quality parachute fabric (100% nylon). Safe and secure, its reinforced parachute fabric is triple stitched, with taped seams and stainless steel rings for optimal safety.
Strong, durable, with an aluminum tubing structure and stainless steel elements, Ticket To The Moon’s hammock chair is lightweight and comfortable, making it ideal for traveling, camping or the occasional nap. Hung from a beam, a branch or a ceiling, it delivers total relaxation for your back, releasing all the pressure from your spine. A healthy Ticket To The Moon!
Ready to use, including a nautical rope and a high grade carabiner for an easy and secure hang.
Fabric: High-Grade parachute silk nylon
Bag Dimensions: 98 cm ⌀ 15 cm – 3’3” ⌀ 6”
Weight: 1700 g – 3.75 lbs
Maximum Load: 120 kg – 264 lbs
Ropes: Nautical ropes – ⌀ 5 mm
Stitching: High-grade nylon triple stitching
Tube: Aluminum tubing
10 years warranty against defects in workmanship and materials’
A perfect gift for a #Brother #Father #Husband #Boyfriend #Sister #Mother #Kid #Family #Friend #Boss #TravelBuddy
For a video demo of the Kids Mini Moonchair, see below:
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