Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Modoc, SC
Hammock: HHDJ/Speer/T-Bird/WBBB/Lite Owl
Suspension: Cinch Straps
I have a Tenth Wonder Green Hornet and it is very nice. I put whoopies on it, because I don't like the stock suspension. It is a great hammock and very inexpensive.
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Last edited by Cali; 09-20-2012 at 08:58..
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: East Sussex, UK
I'm on my second TW hammock. The first one was a basic (albeit XL) hammock but I've upgraded to the Hornet jungle hammock as they make a 1.8m wide one and it's got the net.
I've always had good service from them and they will make you a custom hammock for not much more than stock. If you email Neil you can get it cheaper than going through eBay.
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Hammock: DIY hammock
Tarp: DIY tarp 2x3m
Does anyone know about the XL hammocks, which material was used ?
It does not seem to be ripstop nylon, more something like a strong version of 100% polyester
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: NW london UK
Hammock: Custom 10th Wonder hammock
Tarp: Winter SARGASSO
Insulation: Cocoon/self In mat
Suspension: diy whoopie slings
Take a look at this post
I'm still more than happy with mine
experientia docet stultos...
Join Date: Apr 2012
Insulation: Down TQ & UQ
Suspension: DIY dyneema whoops
I bought one a couple of years ago. I found it much too short to be comfortable. (and I am only 5'9'') So sadly it has never been used. It came with a generous amount of webbing to be used as suspension, which I'm gradually working my way through it by making tree straps out of it.
The hammock itself is reasonably well made, reasonably priced but personally I'd save the money, buy a piece of ripstop and have 10mins of fun knocking up a custom build, gathered end using Just Jeffs fantastic instructions.
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