Grand Trunk Single Hammock w/ Straps
Grand Trunk Single Hammock w/ Straps
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Product Description
With a design that’s lightweight and easy to pack, the Grand Trunk single hammock is great for minimalist camping or trips to the park. The durable ripstop polyester fabric has a layered effect that helps it expand when you get in, so you’ll always have a little extra room on either side Read More

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ARTXENG
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Jul 26, 2018
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Did it make it to the $19.99 cut off last drop? I pledged at that price, but am new to massdrop so I don't know how to check on it as I don't think I get charged until it ships right?
Thanks
Jul 26, 2018
PaigeD
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Jul 30, 2018
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Thanks for your question! Unfortunately we didn't reach the minimum orders required for this drop to be successful, which means we will not be placing an order with the vendor for this item. You will not be charged for this item.
Jul 30, 2018
scope
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Core Outdoors/Ultralight Member
Jul 13, 2018
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What about the straps, can you provide more detail there? Mostly just need to know that they are indeed included because it wasn't mentioned anywhere but the title. Would be good to know the length and if loops are sewn on each end.
Jul 13, 2018
scope
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Jul 13, 2018
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Um, not exactly sure what that means. It comes with straps that can be tied in a knot at the location you want to connect the caribiner to? OR, are they the GT tree slings where rope is tied in knots to form loops to connect to? If the latter, this is a fail as the tree slings strap does nothing essentially.
Jul 13, 2018
skinnyjudith
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Oct 4, 2018
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You can add or remove knots to create your own loops to hang the carbiner on.
Oct 4, 2018
ellcoolj
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Jul 12, 2018
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Is there a color choice or is it just this blue? I see from Amazon there are a number of color choices.
Jul 12, 2018
Keithis
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Jul 12, 2018
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Rated for 200lbs? Not good... I weigh around 220lbs, so to be absolutely confident about being in the hammock with a small bit of bedding and other kit, I would want it to be rated for at least 230lbs. If the hammock itself is strong enough, then it should be easy to replace the flimsy carabiners... but I'm concerned that the attachments and the cloth itself are not strong enough.
Jul 12, 2018
scope
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Jul 13, 2018
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Weight rating is all about the fabric. I can tell from the weight that it will hold you and gear, but you'll likely get some stretch. Over time, this can affect the fabric so you do need to watch out for this. You're not so heavy as to expect you couldn't use this for a decent period of time. You want something more durable, spend more. As for the suspension, because you can't guarantee a user will hang at 30 degrees or less, then the mfr has to use a suspension rated at 1000 or more. Trust me, you're good there. But, because of the potential forces of 1000lbs+, you need tree straps, and speaking of...
Jul 13, 2018