Last night I spent 6 hours in a GrizzBridge....5-6 hours is my normal sleep time during my work week. Under the GrizzBridge was a Mt.Washington and on top of me was a 3sMamba (and when I woke up two cats on my chest, forgot to put the cats inside the house before I went to sleep).
cf spreader bars 4 oz
tree huggers 3.2 oz
GrizzBridge with integral UCR suspension 12 oz
aluminum toggles/s-biner 0.8 oz
GRAND TOTAL 1 pound 4 ounces
Could have shaved maybe another 0.5 ounce with the tree huggers...the onces I grabbed while setting up are the tree huggers that come with the BB--one triangle per strap.
I did take a pillow outside---necessary because you are laying almost perfectly flat in a bridge.
Honestly I can't believe I slept as long as I did....I've preferred gathered end style hammmocks for so long....at this tot. weight I'm being swayed (in a bride get it HA!) I did set it up seat height and as a chair its OK....Shug and AS pointed out the side views because of the shallower cut--the view potential is def. there.
Griz's work is of course flawless. Only thing I would add....GrizzBridge has an integral stuffsack at the head end....is a piece of velcro to the stuff sack...the sack itself is big enough to hold your huggers and dutch clips if used.
I didn't play with the 1/2 bugnet but will when the bugs come out.
All in all Griz has done an incredible job working the theory and putting into practice a comfortable rig this is sub pound without huggers.