This Trailer Hitch Allows You To Attach Hammocks To Your Truck
Get some R&R; wherever you go.
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Trucks can be great assets during the summer. Whether you’re looking to go off-roading, camping or even lounge by the pool, they’re there for you. And when you purchase this gadget, your truck will allow you to take relaxation to a whole new level.
This awesome trailer hitch allows you to hook up hammock chairs to the back of your pick-up so that you can chill out pretty much wherever you are this summer. It comes with two hammock chairs, plus props for your feet.
According to the Amazon listing, it can hold a total of 500 pounds, is designed to fit into any standard 2-inch hitch receiver and can be attached to either an RV or a truck.
Once it’s installed, you and one other person can sit and relax while tailgating or camping or even just hanging out in your driveway. It’s meant to only be used while the vehicle is stationary, of course.
Lounging in a hammock is a great way to spend your time this summer, so the fact that you can easily take your hammock anywhere means you don’t have to be sitting on a tropical beach to enjoy swaying back and forth in the breeze. Customers who have tried the product agree that it’s pretty amazing. According to the comments on Amazon, once you give this a try, you’ll totally reevaluate everything you thought you knew about “outdoor seating.”
Products that can transform your truck into a getaway destination are priceless, if you ask me, but this one happens to retail for about $289 on Amazon. A small price to pay for instant relaxation, wouldn’t you say?
Cancel your travel plans because your summer just got a whole lot more feasible. All you need for a relaxing vacation is your truck and some imagination. Not bad, huh?
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