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Kurgo Wander Hammock Black

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Kurgo Wander Hammock is easy to install and remove with 6 attachment points to keep hammock in place. It can be used both as seat cover or hammock to keep your dog from falling off the seat. It is waterproof, washable and stain resistant that comes with water bottle and carrying case.
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    • Belinda says... ABSOLUTLY amazing product. The company honnors there warranty as i had an eyelet that broke. They gave me a new hammock Only bad thing is the coloured strip is not waterproof found out the hard way... The rest of the hammock is though. So i just put a waterproof sest cover underneath.. Machine washes great.
    • Emily says... I love the versatility - easy to use as hammock or change to seat protector if people need to sit on back seat. In that sense the product design is great as it also fits around the seatbelts too. However what really let's this product down is the non waterproof decorative orange strip of fabric. It serves no purpose but to look interesting and let's liquid flow through on what would otherwise be a waterproof seat protector.
    • Trent says... Have used this cover for over 2.5 years with a Male 40Kg German Shepherd. the cover gets moved between our 2 cars and used almost daily or every second day. It is now only starting to come apart with the centre of the hammock lining disintegrating and wearing thin, all straps and clips are still in good order. The cover itself has helped protect the rear seats of the and keeps within reason most of the fur off the seats as well, the only fur/dirt that makes it to the seats is via the holes that allow the seat belts though. The hammock design increases the "surface area" of the back seats that allow Dax to lay down, sit up or move from one side to the other with out the worry of falling off the the seat, and on occasion when the need to brake suddenly even tho we have dax in a harness the front of the hammock has helped restrain him with the back seat area and did not allow him to come through between the seats. only complaint about the hammock i have is the straps that hold it up around the head rests are a little long and had to shorten by wrapping around the headrest legs.
    • Mel says... Same as Amy, literally within 6 months the Hammock buckle attachments broke and unstitched. Not very good quality for the price.
    • Amy says... This is the second Kurgo product we have bought and been let down with. Collapsing beach water bowl split within two weeks of buying. Have had out Hammock for 6 months and the zip and buckle attachments have already broken.
    • lenaya says... This was good but its quite pricey

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