I'm out in the boonies and I finally got a little 3G internet access so I thought I'd run a mini review of my HH ULBA.
Mine was bought brand new in 2001. It's seen snow, desert and jungle and come through with flying colours. It has a couple of small mods and repairs: noseeum netting was holed by an inarticulately placed boot back in '01. I have not repaired this, just put a square of 100mph tape over each side of the hole. The original spectra rope was a crock. I ended up breaking it in three places until I ditched it in favour of some static climbing accessory cord. This has a little bit of stretch compared to the spectra rope, but it is not noticeable until a few days have passed while slung in the same spot. If you were backpacking and set up in a different place every night, you would not even notice the stretch. In fine weather I usually go without a tarp or just use the supplied one with only one side pegged out. When it's wet, I use an army tarp shelter slung asymmetrically. My snake skins got chewed on by big, nasty black ants which literally ate chunks out of the silnylon so these have been replaced with a new set. The velcro in the entry slit is a little tattered but still works. Not bad for eight years of hard use.
At time of writing I have been sleeping in this hammock continuously for just on the three months.
The climate is tropical and the first three weeks were torrential rain. This is the longest I have ever had the hammock slung in the rain. I am pleased to report that although some small mould spots have appeared on the outside of the hammock body, no water came inside the hammock unless it was on me when I got inside.
Comfort after 3 months continuous usage? I sleep like a baby every night.
Location? Iron Range national park, Far North Queensland, Australia. This is Australia's largest patch of tropical lowland rainforest. I've currently relocated to a very nice beach nearby complete with coconut palms and indigenous spear fishermen hunting traditionally.
So rest assured that your HH CAN take 3 months in the jungle. Easy and very impressive. I was actually expecting it to fail on me at some stage, but it is as strong as the day I bought it.