The need itself is great. But also buy decent wedges and more string. The ones that come with it are not enough to fasten properly except in completely calm weather.
Always good products.
Convenient and durable tarp on all sides. Quick and easy to tune. Nice lot of anchor points. I haven't tried to make a tent or anything else yet, but I would assume that this would be easy and easy. The water has withstood the rain a few times. Also easy to put in a pile and seal in a bag after use. I myself have put the strings together so I can put it to work for a few minutes.
User-friendly, bag in a nice size and packed with joy.
Worked great for me as an inexperienced camper. Hangs nicely over the hammock!
Big enough to accommodate less than two carpet hangers. Youtube also has good videos for sharing this gap and even hiking poles.
Button acquisition. The ends turn into doors and get full protection from the storm.
I am lovin it. I used in past only 5x5 and the 3x3 from DD. Best usability compared to the weight.
I bought this bigger tarp because the bigger tarpa in the rain allows it to be used also as a comfortable living space in case of rain when the box has a length. In good weather In normal use I find 3x3 a more suitable size.
Despite its large size, it packs into a small space. A good extra shelter for the base camp or a spacious accommodation
Acquired for winter accommodation and well run its business. Enough for double accommodation.
It might have been unnecessarily big for your own needs but a quality product and really worth the product.
Superb brown color and a good quality and lite item.
Durable, lightweight and easy to handle
Very necessary, and good! T: Heikki
reinforced fastening loops - a crank with a high-quality feel. The fact that these have black harus strings is a complete mystery. That is, if you do not want to tune yourself into a night-time trap, then you can get a fluorescent string from the hardware store.
Very good. Lightweight, does not take up space in packages, easy to tune, dries quickly. An extra string or two would be good in case of a bad day.
Only a couple of times have been tried, but the tarpaulin goes into a small space for its size, is durable and easy to install. I would say that 3x3 is great enough as 4.5x3 is unnecessarily big for a hammock, but 4.5x3 is great above the tent to direct the wind and rain away from the tent’s own fabric.
Good and spacious tarper. High quality and equipped with sufficient attachment points.
nice size if you need a bit more coverage, not very light tough.
(lighter tarps cost much(!) more)
A high-quality feel. This has only been hypocritically indoors. There are well attachments. For my own use, I wanted that +1.5 meter more length so that the tarp could be placed on top of the tent, e.g. to muffle the sound of thunder and a canopy in front of the tent doorway.
The product is great, but should come with a middle rope.
Big and heavy but is big and holds water!
A well-functioning large rain cover
I was buying 3x3 tarps but I got the same price for the same price. 3 x 4.5 m spacing. I didn't make sense of the Kuko thing until on the trip I wondered when there was no way to find openings in the forest of the campsite suitable for such a large shelter. There was always a tree badly in front. That 3 m is a bit short if you put the cover on the carpet that way and on the other hand that 4.5 m felt unnecessarily long, especially when you should have found an open space on the sides to tune that hem.
It only helped to dig out the apple machine and cut it out about 1m long and detached the fasteners from the waste piece and sewed them into the tapered shield.
Now I have a 3 x 3.5 m tarpa and I am extremely happy with these dimensions.
Another kind of thing is that since the other side of the tar is so sticky, it was good to put a little potato flour in it, so the disgusting stickiness disappeared.
Quite brilliant and good weight, no rimpula version.