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    Re: Treem hammock

    Indrek from Treem Hammock has introduced himself here already...just bumping his post into a suitable forum with a easy to find title, info & video, all in the one place.

    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ighlight=Treem

    Video, details & contact info below.

    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/t...ck/coming_soon

    https://m.facebook.com/pg/TreemOutdoors/posts/

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=15GeKyKk0Ls
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    Other than the lower suspension lines, it looks like just a regular bridge.

    Assuming that


    Remarkably stable just by adding lower suspension

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tikker View Post
    Other than the lower suspension lines, it looks like just a regular bridge.

    Assuming that


    Remarkably stable just by adding lower suspension
    Shallower, tensioned....picture a levitating camp stretcher/cot/bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ofuros View Post
    picture a levitating camp stretcher/cot/bed.
    I have one like that, called a draumr


    this does look interesting, but lack of bugnet is a non-starter

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    Haven't tried the draumr...but it does look comfy. Looks like it might need a bigger tarp for that 90°degree coverage, than I'm used to.

    As we speak, Indrek is working feverishly on a bugnet model in the far away land of Estonia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ofuros View Post
    Haven't tried the draumr...but it does look comfy. Looks like it might need a bigger tarp for that 90°degree coverage, than I'm used to.
    just different dimensions

    a superfly will work with it np, but you only need a 9 foot ridgeline


    either way tho, keep this up to date with what your buddy is doing. it's always interesting to see new approaches to old ideas

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    A few treem pics for those interested...can't see the pics with tapatalk for some reason, you might have to open in a browser.


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    His Indiegogo page is now up & running.
    A wider version is now a option.

    ...a Bugnet version is also in the pipeline.
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    I bought & customized the initial Aussie pass-it-forward model to suit myself.

    Added smaller diameter coloured dyneema rope, descender rings & new webbing.
    Went as light as Spiderweb 1.5 for webbing (but that curled up like rope under tension, its slippery & needed to be flattened again before rolling up, which is a pain). So went up a notch to the Spider/poly combo...weighs slightly more but has much better friction & hold its webbing shape.
    Plus added a bugnet.

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    I'm curious......what would prevent you from just adding a 2nd suspension triangle to any other bridge hammock this way?

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