i believe the best hammock
Really good and spacious hanger. High quality, worked flawlessly the second summer. Another similar rug was ordered.
Good product, protects the sleeper well
A fairly large and heavy hanger. Inside a nice "brush duck" with a small goods storage bag.
Making your own business in tying the strings. A pair of locking rings and tree huggers make it easier to find out.
A few nights come to sleep well in this hammock. While I’m by no means oversized, this didn’t feel too big for me.
A little thought about what kind of sleeping platform the system would come up with so that it doesn’t move there and here on its own.
Fast delivery and the product exceeded my expectations and is a really good purchase.
I will continue to use varuste.net trade products and get to know their selection.
Really spacious hammock. 160cm can sleep easily in any way. Can also sleep on the side. Thanks to the arches, the mosquito net stays away from the face. Independent I switched my own strings to lighter and more functional Whoopie slings. A good hammock if you don't need a carpet weight to think about.
Based on Eka's experiment, a good hanger. Order Pisa 195 cm / 115 kg for a large person. The hanger's own strings are quite massive, they seem to be exchanged for Whoopie slings. The strings for attaching mosquito net arches are too short, but replacing them with longer ones is neither a problem nor a cost.
Good, big hammock. I also slept here with a child. I manage well. Myself 163cm and the boy 130cm.
Easy to assemble and inside as spacious as any.solo as sleeping so large that almost drowning the bottom.in the middle layer but need to put enough wide sleeping pad to stay in place.someone with the weight of the package but in itself does not hurt when comfortable to use.
A bit like a floating tent, I have described to friends. I slept here very good nights. The double fabric can accommodate both inflatable and foam plastic sleeping pads and it is quite a jes, but the most optimal dreams came when I put the Underblanket underneath. As I was writing this, I felt like we should go to the forest again ...
Huge hammock. Absolutely insanely big. The four pockets at the ends are quite far from the center of the mat and a little effort is required to reach them from the tipping position. Based on a few nights, there is no more specific complaint about this, i.e. I recommend it. I was not provided with a string inside the net and a pocket hanging in it, which are shown in the product pictures and which have been mentioned by many who have criticized this product elsewhere!
Easy and fast to stack / unload, and doesn't feel unnecessarily bumpy.
The 195cm tall person can still fit comfortably.
No nights asleep yet, so experience just a nap. The carpet feels awesome. Even though I myself am only such a medium-sized 180cm / 90kg, it is nice when there is enough space. The mosquito net would seem to work well even without arches, of course with them the carpet feels even more spacious. If you want to blame something, then attaching a double base with just a couple of short stickers feels somehow creepy, but it may be that it turns out to be quite enough. A few different types and sizes of sleeping pads have now been tried. Dorsal temperature is yes rattling effect and actually I like the fact that the start bit to stiffen the mat. However, a fully optimal platform has not yet been found. In particular, foam mattresses tend to go a little crooked because of the independent shape and worse, the wider the base. You can entrust that with scissors, but maybe you still have to get under blanket if you want to make longer trips there.
Spacious, a bit heavy.
Really pleasant accommodation! I have a length of about 200cm and I can sleep very comfortably.
Larger and thus more comfortable than its smaller version, Frontline XL is a great hammock with high quality materials, but it weights quite a lot and takes a lot of space from your rugsack. DDH is a safe choice for a brand, albeit there are better, durable and cheaper hammocks on the market.
If you are 180 - 190 cm, get Frontline XL. For below 180 cm the regular Frontline suffices. Weight limit on both is 120 - 125 kg. Accessories, such as tree huggers etc. are best to be bought from a different brand.
Excellent hammock. The weight on the backpack comes with some, although it compensates comfortably on the target. Large and spacious, the mosquito net stays on top of the sticks, giving more of a sense of space.
Good and spacious hanger
Spacious hanger. The intention was to buy a hanger with a mosquito net included. There can be many opinions about the support rods of a bug net. Myself brings no harm, on the contrary, the arches comfortably keep the net at bay. There is enough space for 184cm and at least the position can be found.
Comfortable and versatile accommodation that is spacious enough for at least a 190 cm tall user like me. For taller people, I would no longer recommend a rug without reservation.
The features of the hammock are excellent. The way the mosquito net is hung is great. The inside of the independent has commendably pockets for storing goods. A wider sleeping pad can be used as warmth between the double bottoms. The hammock also works as a bivy bag in dry weather. However, the base fabric is not waterproof, so in rainy weather I would not use a rug for this purpose.
There are also clear downsides to the hammock. The large pack size may not appeal to everyone. The independent mooring ropes that come with it are impractical, heavy, and bulky. I highly recommend switching to an alternative suspension system (e.g. Whoopie slings). However, the most annoying problem is the instability of the carpet. The empty carpet hangs around uncontrollably and hangs upside down. In windy weather, the problem is unbearable. Personally, I only got the carpet to stabilize with the help of an underblanket. The work mark also left something to be desired. On my own carpet, the sewing pattern at the seams was quite rough.
Despite its shortcomings, I think the Frontline XL is an excellent hammock. The price-quality ratio of the carpet is right, and I think the Frontline XL will serve for a long time.
Spacious and comfortable hammock. The downside is the large package size
Really big pack, I do not recommend taking a backpack. Otherwise very nice.
Spacious, comfortable accommodation.
On my own I am 189 cm tall and weigh 115 kg and I sleep on my side. Despite the name "XL", this hammock is quite normal in size compared to other competitors in the market. The hammock has plenty of space around the lands, but the length would be increased to allow for better seating in the hammock to allow for a side taste. Frontline XL, however, I slept better than in my in my bed in the morning and did not get up malttaisi any independent comfort. The good thing about the Frontline XL is the included Insect Net, which you can't get off, and the double sole, between which it's quite difficult to get the sleeping pad to settle in the right way. The bad The Frontline XL has a large package size and weight, smaller specs compared to its competitors, and comes with poor mounting cords. I myself later bought Whoopie Slings, woodcut straps from another manufacturer and decent locking rings for the Frontline XL. For the amount of money I used to make the most of the Frontline XL experience, I would have already bought the next price and quality category independent, which would have included the accessories.
Contrary to what is stated in the data, the product with the necessary parts does not weigh 1.25 kg but 1.7 kg. This can be good information when considering a purchase. The ropes are lousy. I myself shortened to less than a meter, I made a loop on the sailor’s knot with a ticket to the moon’s carabiner hooks. Continued Ticket ropes. Hanging is considerably faster. Spacious is, the arches lift the mosquito net comfortably from the face.