The Skeeter Beeter is your bug fighting portable hammock solution. Combines all the great features as the original Travel Hammock Skeeter Beeeter Hammock, except now made with their super strong and durable parachute nylon material. Attached NO-SEE-UM mosquito net mesh and double sided zipper makes for easy in and out, 2 pockets on inside for storage and overhead suspension system for easy set up. Comes complete with everything you need to use and won't disappoint when bugs are an issue.
|Dimension:||(L x W)|
|Net suspension kit:||Two 20 in pieces of cord|
|Upc, Ean, Isbn:||892902000413|
With all my buddies switching to hammocks, I felt a little out of the loop still pitching a tent so I started looking around and found this. I got this one because it had the attached bug net which was a plus because I didn't want to have to shell out more than I had to on something I might not like and since it was attached there would be one less thing to pack. I however do like it, in fact I love it. Quality wise I have found nothing wrong with it. I did replace the carabiners with some extra BD neutrinos I had but that's just me. Its very comfortable and gives me a lighter/smaller option below tree line. Also if you don't need the bug net just flip it over and poof, its a regular hammock.
I got this a few weeks ago and have used it 5 nights ad couldn't be happier! My friends were all jealous and after laying in it decided they would buy thier own. It's great for sleeping or just relaxing and packs up to the size of 2 softballs.
Very simple to set up with the carabiners and parachord. Also very simple to take down and keep clean. I've used it on some colder nights, and a small backpacking pad underneath me with my 20 degree bag has kept me warm. I was worried it would be slouchy and bad on the back, but it is very comfortable for back or side sleeping. I would for sure buy one with a bug net to keep the elements off.
Great purchase, you won't regret it!
I used this one night so far, and I already love it. I love the fact that it has bug netting, to keep those pesky bugs out. It was about 50 ish degrees outside, and with my neoair, my marmot plasma 40 kept me nice and toasty. In the morning, the winds were about 20-30 mph. When you are lying down, the thicker fabric under the mesh blocks the wind near your face so that you still stay out of the wind. It is pretty simple to set up, and it is very comfortable.
Excellent for solo camping under tree line.