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    Senior Member Refreshing's Avatar
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    Wink Hanging 30' High in the BAT HAMMOCK!!!



    Finally! It only took 3 years. I am now the proud owner of a single point hammock and I couldn't be more happy. Tom Claytor's Bat Hammock was such a cool concept and seemed to be the perfect solution for tree camping but when I initially found it there were ZERO reviews anywhere online. Plus the description on MosquitoHammock.com was very minimal and the pictures weren't as descriptive as I yearned for. After concluding that I was poor as hell I decided to not purchase a Bat Hammock so for the next three years I would casually pass by his website and wonder what I was missing out on.

    But then, the curiosity became too much. I had to purchase one and find out if the hammock would live up to my expectations:



    Direct link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QR8rOQ4YY6c

    ...also, I have been talking to Tom and he said they have began plans for a mosquito net! WOOT!
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    Senior Member 2ply's Avatar
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    Congrats on the new gear. Heck of a backyard hang.
    Everyone ought to believe in something....I believe I'll go set up the hammock!

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    Any update on the single point hammock?

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    Wow that thing is really wicked!!!

    The stealthiest way to camp, great views... man the pranks you could pull at your local park. Would be really could for multiday climbing trips too.
    The want of wandering, and a welcomed whimsy.

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