The nylon messy rope hammock is suitable for camping, traveling, hiking and holiday use. It is easy to use. You just fix the two hooks at the two heads of the bed to the other firm objects, then you can enjoy a baby-like cradle sleeping under the stars. What a beautiful scene and you save the trouble of looking for hotels and high expenses. So, it's a wise choice for outdoor activities. Material: High strength nylon rope portable and light-weight weight: 342gweight capacity: More than 110kgsize: 200 x 80cmcolour: As picture shows package material: Portable plastic bag.
I don't ask much from anything costing so little, but I do expect it to perform the basic function for which it was manufactured. Sure this hammock was uncomfortable and difficult to use; no big deal. What is a big deal is that the 3rd time I used it, it shredded at one end and dropping me 3 ft to the ground.
Bought this to camp in, and if you're willing to pick up a cheap mosquito net and a set of straps (both of which I found a bargain on) it's not a bad option. It's tricky to get in and out until you've got the hang of it, and trickier still with a sleeping bag nestled into it and a mosquito net to contend with, but that's just a learning curve. Once you've got the hang of that, it's actually a very comfortable way to sleep, a good distance off the ground and away from the critters, and a nice relaxing sway.
This thing is actually the most uncomfortable thing I've ever tried to lay in. My intention for buying this was to lighten my weight just a little. And while its much lighter and not as bluky as a parachute hammock, its just uncomfortable. I can feel every single gap as I'm in it. A sleeping mat would be useful with it. But as I wanted to reduce weight, that would defeat the purpose. In addition, and I did see this coming, it tangles really easy. But thats to be expected.
The string on this one is very stretchy, easily snags, and was unraveling and coming apart before i had a chance to hang it up, it was clear this would not last one ride between the trees. Hopefully a one up problem, but it was so stretchy, i can't imagine this lasting a long time. I returned and got a "Tooge travel camping hammock" that is heavier duty, not as stretchy, very comfortable and hopefully long lasting...
hammock looks nice set up but laying in this is extremely uncomfortable unless you are well layered with clothes. my cousin ended up passing out in it one night for 4 hours and woke up with bruises from the nylon all over himself. he woke up in a bit of pain and soreness. I own 4 hammocks currently and it literally shows... YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR! just go buy a 30 dollar hammock, you will be much more satisfied than with this.
This was a horrible product. We hung it up and had high hopes for it. We sat an under 80 lb. Child in it and one of the ends began unraveling and on the side several of the strings broke. The thing came completely apart and is unusable now. Don't waste your money!
Glad I bought this netting for something other than a hammock. It worked for attaching to the bottom of my hanging swing chair as a place to only rest my feet. It would never work though as a comfortable hammock. I did try it out of curiosity for a hammock but way to thin and cuts into your body. It's mesh for sure but I don't see how the manufactures can get away with calling it rope.
It's okay if you sit on it, but if you intend to lay down, wear some thick clothes because it will carve lines in your flesh.