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    Looks like a great hammock. Interested in the proposed cost.
    I liked the video too. I really liked the added touch of the Juice Harp. Not really a popular instrument among the younger crowd but a big part of songs I remember growing up. I remember playing it and the harmonica. Lots of fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HandyRandy View Post
    You might want to list the weight without the lower stabilizing suspension because there are plenty of folks who might be willing to leave them at home for backpacking trips because they donít mind the swing of a bridge hammock. Still, itís a neat idea. I was scratching my head for a second when you first got into the hammock and noticed it was very stable.

    Do you have a weight limit and a comfort rating?
    Take off roughly 210g or 7.4oz for the 2 bottom tree straps, dyneema suspension & ring...obviously it wouldn't be as stable without them.
    Last edited by ofuros; 04-07-2019 at 19:34.
    Mountain views are good for the soul....& getting to them is good for my waistline.

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    Load capacity of the hammock is 440 lbs (200 kg). The load capacity can be even increased by using stronger custom spreader bars.
    The best price is $150 USD (with free shipping) on Indiegogo until the end of May while the crowdfunding campaign is still live:
    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/t...-lay-hammock#/

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    Greetings Treem.

    The bugnet version you are working on...will it zip to the hammock all around the edge? And will you be able to sit up under it? And when can we see it?
    - Tanstaafl.
    - Whoever said "No smoke without fire" never went camping.
    - It's just badass to have a yak.

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    Just to cover Joz's question, from the Treem update page...he has made a workable bugnet for the hammock, & the experimentation continues.

    Screenshot_2019-06-11-09-33-07.jpg
    Last edited by ofuros; 06-10-2019 at 18:43.
    Mountain views are good for the soul....& getting to them is good for my waistline.

    https://ofuros.exposure.co/

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