Reddit Reddit reviews GRAND TRUNK Ultralight Hammock: Portable Camping, Hiking, Backpacking, and Travel Hammock: Perfect Starter Hammock, Royal Blue

We found 15 Reddit comments about GRAND TRUNK Ultralight Hammock: Portable Camping, Hiking, Backpacking, and Travel Hammock: Perfect Starter Hammock, Royal Blue. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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GRAND TRUNK Ultralight Hammock: Portable Camping, Hiking, Backpacking, and Travel Hammock: Perfect Starter Hammock, Royal Blue
Perfect alternative to a tent and sleeping pad for the light and cost-conscious travelerIf you are traveling or backpacking in a place where nights are colder, you can still tote this hammock along to use for relaxing around your campsiteSturdy S-shaped hanging hooks, durable polyester, and triple-stitched seams boost the hammockʼs strengthMildew-resistant, machine-washable fabric will stay strong and clean for yearsUse For: Travel, camping, backpacking, beach & lake, home
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15 Reddit comments about GRAND TRUNK Ultralight Hammock: Portable Camping, Hiking, Backpacking, and Travel Hammock: Perfect Starter Hammock, Royal Blue:

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

only thing I really want on any of my wishlists! A hammock!

"reddit raffle phrase gifting is fun"

^not ^sure ^what ^part ^to ^use ^^sorry ^^^not ^^^a ^^^jerk

u/tequayla · 3 pointsr/myog

This is the type hammock I want to use.

$30 ($15 per hammock) is a hell of a lot cheaper than $600 for the clark double hammock.

u/memaw381 · 3 pointsr/ElectricForest

Well, whether you want to bring a hammock or not is up to you, but last year when we were out camping (Not at EF mind you), my girlfriend realized she forgot her hammock, so we went to an outdoor store and picked one of these up and it worked just fine for the weekend. The straps and fabric weren't as nice as the eno brand, but it served its purpose. So if you want one, there are cheaper alternatives for a one-time use!

u/OutOfNames · 2 pointsr/sanantonio

I love hammocks! I use a cheap, $20 single person hammock I ordered off Amazon with some tree slings. It came with 'S' hooks, so I just replaced those with some heavy duty carabiner. It's held up just as well as my dad's $80 hammock. For mosquitoes, I use a cheap mosquito net. It doesn't work as well as his expensive mosquito cover, but his complaint is it gets too hot under it.

u/lucmersault · 2 pointsr/minimalism

I bought them both from Amazon

I use this hammock, though I also used this one for a couple months with no problem (just wanted something wider)

And this stand.

u/Amk410 · 2 pointsr/Hammocks

You don't need everything at once. It can get pricey and if you don't know for sure that you will like an all-nighter in a hammock I wouldn't go too crazy to start.

You won’t need a mummy sleeping bag if you get an UQ. It’s more of a pain to get in and out with a sleeping bag anyway. No pics right now but this is what I have. I live in Texas so it isn’t cold all the time but I travel to surrounding states to go climbing and hiking and it has all kept me dry, bug free, and toasty down into the 30’s. I’m cheap and haven’t gone with the top name brands but this setup works perfectly for my needs. It wasn’t all bought at once and some stuff you could choose to go even cheaper and DIY. Spent less than $250.

•Grand Truck Ultra-Light Hammock-$20 amazon

•Grand Trunk Hammock Mozzy Netting-$50 amazon. Price is higher now. I prefer this one over others because it has a floor. So much easier to get in and out without bugs slipping in. And a place for you’re your shoes, pack, whatever, on the ground without creepy crawlies climbing in. Worth the added weight to me.

•3 Season Jarbidge Underquilt – Pd $100 KAQ Arrowhead Equipment, sale right now for $75

•Marlin Spike Hitch Whoopie Sling Kit (toggles, slings, straps)-pd $20, Arrowhead Equipment , sale right now for $15

•Just bought ridgeline today when buying another whoopie sling kit for my other hammock and water filters from their sale. If you get the kit, you can get a ridgeline for an additional $10

•For cooler nights, Texsport Fleece Sleeping bag-$10 Amazon

•Plain blue tarp- maybe $10? Almost never use unless rain is anticipated.

u/joeldare · 1 pointr/Hammocks

I own 2 Grand Trunk hammocks. They are fairly light and I love them. They are $15 on Amazon US right now. I'm 5' 11" 245 lbs and they are tall enough for me. You might find them on Amazon UK.

I've used them to 0 Celsius and been down right warm. I used two cheap sleeping bags at that temperature (1 under).

Here it is:

u/Chikes · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I would recommend trying to get them on amazon if you haven't already. I purchased this one a while back and love it
But I did have to pay another $15-$20 for the straps. Best of luck to you and your business!

u/atomic_bonanza · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/justintime516 · 1 pointr/Hammocks

Looks like a great casual hammock. I might go with something a little more durable/wider if you are planning on sleeping in it. Grand trunk sells something similar...I've used Grand Trunk's and if it is similar, you'll only find this fun for shorter periods of time (not a camping trip for instance).

u/Gebruike · 1 pointr/Ultralight

What about bringing a hammock just to use as a chair? This one is 12oz - Grand Trunk Ultralight Hammock

u/StellaMaroo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Not sure if this counts but I have a hammock on my Fun Things wishlist. Sleeping outside is an activity... right?

u/RugerRedhawk · 1 pointr/camping

Another alternative is the grand trunk ultralight:

It stuffs into a ball about the size of a quart.

I think a lot depends on your use. I usually set mine up at the beginning of a camp weekend, might relax in it a bit here and there, mostly my kids end up in it reading. I'd be more inclined to buy something more expensive with fly/net options if I were going to spend a significant amount of time in it though.

u/pmtacos · 1 pointr/Hammocks

I have a Grand Trunk Ultralight. It was only 20 bucks on Amazon and pretty decent quality, so definitely worth it for the price. You might need to replace (or simply remove) the metal hooks, they are just pointless weight. It is on the shorter side as hammocks go, but it's a great hammock to always carry in a backpack just in case you find a fun spot. As others have said, if you want something much better for not much more money, then look into Dutchware or other higher quality brands.

u/hammockman76 · 1 pointr/Hammocks

Im assuming you mean this, you'd probably be very happy. One of my friends has one of those and I took a nice nap in it and it was well, pretty nice. Nothing spectacular but a solid choice.