TreeMounT hammocks videos, how to
Here some basic videos about the setup of the Stainless steel bipod
Another basic video about the setup of the trestrap slings
Those batyline hammocks are eventually not best as light travel gear, but for sure very comfortable and enduring the time, excellent hammocks to have outdoor without special care, easy to wash.
The Material being well UV resistant is the perfect hammock on borad a yacht as well....
Happy hanging to all
What are the dimensions of the bipod? How high off the ground is the hammock attachment point? Looks like a great option for me with my one tree yard.
What's the weight on the Bipod?
Originally Posted by DannyBoy2k
The total height is 1700 mm when assembled, the attachment rope will be at 1600mm from ground.
We choose is So high, therefore its' name So HI, to be used with the great brazilian or great Mexican covers. Those need height !
The footing is 1400 mm in width when open, this adds in stability!
The weight of the whole set is 5.5 Kg
We can ship from Philippines or Thailand where we hold some sotck, there are unfortunately no distributors found in the USA or Canada actually.
The stainless bipod looks like a great idea for beach camping. However, $378 for a pair of bipods seems a bit steep when there are other solutions availible.
The prices are seen inclusiv transport, so if 2 pcs are ordered it get's probably cheaper then that, as there is some saving to be done with freight.
The Bipod itself, made on stainless steel SUS 304, with ropes of good quality supplied as well and the batyline bag, all in all without freight is 90 USd.
Most customer only need one set as one tree or one pilar is most of times available, it is supposed replace the missing one.
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