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De Elegance metalen hangstoelstandaard is de meest stabiele metalen hangstoelstandaard in ons assortiment. De standaard is geschikt voor alle hangstoelen.
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Hanging Chair Stand Elegance

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Model Hanging Chair Stand
Color Black
About Tropilex Tropilex ®
Charity 1% For The Planet
Weight 23 kg
Packaging 189 x 49,5 x 10,5 cm
Capacity 160 kg
Material Metal
Total length 128 cm
Total width 130 cm
Total height 238 cm
Adjustable Yes (Chain)
Ideal hanging chair height 150 - 210 cm
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Product description

Most stable hanging chair stand

Of the many different metal hanging chair stands, the Elegance is the most stable and sturdy iron stand on the market!

This height-adjustable hanging chair stand can be used for all the hanging chairs in our range. Handy!

To limit the influence of the weather, the stand has an extra high quality powder coating. The stand has also been made extra scratch resistant.

The hanging chair stand can be adjusted using the supplied connecting piece and chain. This sturdy hanging chair stand can hold up to 160 kg.

Combination Deals

Don't forget to check out the combination deals on this page. You'll get an attractive discount when you order a hammock/hanging chair together with a stand or other accessory.

The corresponding products for these deals are clearly indicated. And then you also know for sure whether the stand or accessory matches your hammock / hanging chair!

1% For The Planet

By buying this product, you're directly supporting a good cause. As a member of 1% For The Planet, the Tropilex brand donates at least 1% of its total annual turnover to charities.

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  1. Pure quality
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    This hanging chair stand is really pure quality, very strong, and made of good quality metal. This will be on our terrace for at least 10+ years.

    Review by Ben De Ruiter

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