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Click-clunk: the seatbelt hammock

Ting_sling_e_1No, it's not an esoteric piece of climbing equipment. Though it could be if you're five years old. This is, in fact, the Ting Sling, a strikingly handsome hammock made from old car seatbelts. It comes in two sizes for singletons and couples - 80 x 200mm and 150 x 200mm - and you can take your pick from pink, orang, camel (beige), turqoise, chocolate or 'chic black' (black to you and I). Ting's currently taking orders for commissions via email, so I'm waiting for a price. You can order online or check out the recycling designer's new London shop at 28 Heddon Street in west London (020 7734 7970). [previous Ting story here] Update: the single sling will be around £250 when Ting commences production shortly.

September 7, 2005 in Design & furniture, Plants & gardens, Recycling | Permalink


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You can leap into this "sling", knowing you'll be well supported. The Ting's Sling is a hammock woven out of retired seatbelt fabric. It will available soon in a choice of bright shades including hot pink, orange, camel, turquoise, chocolate... [Read More]

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