DD Travel Hammock/ Bivi
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DD Travel Hammock.

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

£52.00

1 in stock

SKU: DD100102 Categories: ,

Comes with two zips (one either side of mosquito net) and two double-sided zippers allowing quick entry/ exit either side of the hammock and also allows you to tie the mosquito net up above you, out of the way, when not needed.

You also have the option to lie out in the open (without mosi net) – simply tie the hammock up with the mosi net underneath the hammock.

The hammock also features two small internal pockets which are great for storing a torch, phone etc as well as three velcro patches between the two layers to help keep a thermarest/pad in place if cold weather camping.

Set-ups possible:

With mosquito net deployed (fully insect proof)
With mosquito net tied above (ready to drop down/ use if needed)
With mosquito net underneath (lie out in the sun)
Ground/ bivi set-up (set up as bivi on wet ground, has waterproof base)
Features:

Black (easy to see out of) built in mosquito net
Lightweight, foldable poles (to help spread out the mosquito net)
2 x 2m of Elastic Cord (to keep mosquito net up)
2 zips and two double-sided zippers allowing quick entry/ exit either side of the hammock
Comes with 10m of webbing/ rope attached ready to hang
Two layer design that allows insulation such as thermarest/ camping mat to be inserted between the layers in cold weather
4 small internal pockets
2 internal hanging loops (for torch, glasses etc.)
Stuff Sack
4 tabs to peg the hammock out if using on the ground
Waterproof floor that allows to set this hammock up on the ground as a basic bivi/tent

1 review for DD Travel Hammock.

  1. 5 out of 5

    :

    Bought the Travel Hammock “kit”from Nigel last year and love using it whenever I can. Used the whoopee set up rather than the standard straps included and find it easier to hang up without the need for knots. It has a 125Kg rating so it is suitable for most people (including me at ?Kgs!!). The double sided mossie net is a great idea, so you aren’t restricted to getting in from one side only, as is the double skin to add a bedroll. For more comfort/warmth, got for the under-blanket option, as this gives extra warmth on the colder nights as sleeping bags get compressed and leaves a smaller amount of lower insulation. Handy pockets inside at both ends and sides for keeping smaller items close to hand. A great alternative to a tent giving a more “with the countryside” feel. The whoopee system is easy to adjust if you cannot find the optimum distance between hanging points. Light to carry

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