They work brilliantly,- they are extremely
tough! Look at the pictures,- they will massively
extend the life of any hammock. The pictures are self
explanatory,- but to understand how they work is really
that they absorb all movement and stop this movement
or "g Force" from tearing the fabric and
damaging your walls. For those that don't really understand
G force -
G-FORCE - In a nut shell its this....
A good example
is when you ask huge black belt kick boxer husband
to lift up your suitcase to put in the car!
it up with such force to throw it in the car that
it flys off the handle with pieces of fabric and bits
of suitcase all over the place.
The bag flys clean
off the handle!
You note that when you pick up the
bag it stays on the handle!
That's why you asked him
to be gentle and pick up the back and carefully put
it in the boot. That's G force. It also causes a
He yanked it off the
floor so hard and quick that the handle flew off.
In your mind you understand G force instinctively
that's why you asked him to pick it up carefully! Gforce
is zero to 100 in quarter of a second = broken bag!
Notice in the pictures how the rubber
If you are a very heavy person or
likely to be 2 heavy people - you may want to put
a DOUBLE pair of AIR SHOCKS on each side.
The more shocks the better the
softness of the hammock! Even if you have 2 on the
side where your body is and one on the side where
your much lighter legs are!