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Hammock, Swing Chairs & Accessories
Hammock swings are portable (removed) bed-swings commonly hanging between two trees or tied to a hammock stand and constructed of a lightweight material such as canvas, netting (or as little as two ropes)
A hammock is a sling constructed of cloth, rope, or netting suspended between two or more points for swinging, sleeping, or resting (from Spanish hamada, acquired from Tino and Arawak hamada). One or more cloth panels, or a woven network of twine or thin rope stretched with ropes between two sturdy anchor points such as trees or poles, are usually used.
A swing is a type of seat that is commonly found in playgrounds for children, at circuses for acrobats, or on a porch for relaxing, though it can also be an indoor piece of furniture, such as the Latin American hammock or the Indian nonjail. Chains or ropes can be used to suspend the seat of a swing. Once a swing is in motion, it continues to oscillate like a pendulum until it comes to a halt due to external interference or drag. Swing sets are extremely popular among kids.
Swings from nests
Nest swings are shaped like bird nests and can carry multiple people. Standing on the sides, grabbing the shackles that attach the basket to its typically wooden stand, and tilting it sideways, one or two people propel it. They are commonly found on playgrounds.