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Rated 5 out of
Great Entry Hammock for Hammock CampingGreat backcountry starter hammock. Spent 8 nights in it & experienced the most comfortable backcountry sleep of my life. Well made, & great length for a flat diagonal lie (though, as w/ most hammocks, insulation pads slip around under you). Bug net is a pain to hang (for ease, I attach it to my tarp ridgeline), but the bug protection is SO worth it! Note: little pockets sewn into the bug netting are useless, as are the included hanging ropes. Get tree straps. A great feature is to unhook bug net & flip hammock over for kicking back like in a GT Double or ENO. Practice getting the right "sag" before heading out for first overnight, but get excited... you are going to sleep comfortably!
Date published: 2013-03-27
Rated 5 out of
Worth the moneyPros:,,Built in bug net,,Cheap,,Can flip for no bug net,,Light,,Comfy (if you're a back sleeper),,,,Cons:,,The suspension system that comes with it is useless,,Some concerns with the quality,,Bug net lines are time consuming to tie,,,,I only get out to camp every few weeks, and so I needed a hammock that would be cheap and easy to use. I have not yet been disappointed with the Skeeter Beeter. When I was looking at reviews of it, I noticed the reviews said the suspension system was useless, so I bought Whoopie Slings for $40. Then I bought a rain tarp (Noah's tarp 12) for another $70, so this ended up being around $200 for everything. The only other complaint is the amount of time it takes to set up the bug net lines. They take about 5 extra minutes to set up, which i don't mind taking for the more open feel.,,
Date published: 2013-09-10
Rated 4 out of
Great all in one set up.I have only used this product a couple of times. It works great! I live in Iowa and the skeeters are terrible. Kept them off me all night! A little confusing for me to setup at first. It is my first hammock. But once set up it made sense!
Date published: 2014-04-02
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can this fit 2 people?
Asked by: sikwoiuh
Thanks for reaching out to us! You bring up a sticky wicket....I mean, I know some big people. But, on the other hand, I know some smaller people. I guess it would depend on who the people are! (If that was my answer, that would suck). Actually, if you can get two people on, that's fine. The main thing to keep in mind is to not go over the weight limit, which is 400 lbs. If you got 3 people and their combined weight is less than 400 lbs, then you can get 3 people in there!! Hope this helped you out.