Hummingbird Hammocks Ultralight Single Hammock
|Price:||$74.95 + $6.82 shipping|
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- 100% Nylon
- Made in US
- Weight: 5.2oz (147 g) Maximum Suspended Weight: 300lbs. (136 kg) Dimensions Packed: 4x4x2 in (10x10x5 cm) Dimensions Unpacked: 104x47 in (264x119 cm)
- Type IV certified webbing Lock stitched Built to FAA parachute rigging standards
- Spectra cord rated to 1500 lb. tensile strength PIA-C-44378 certified reserve parachute fabric Soft link carabiners included
- Our hammocks weigh about 30% less than anything else on the market
- Handmade in Denver, Colorado All materials made in the USA
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 2 x 4 inches|
|Item Weight||0.33 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||4.65 pounds|
|Weight Supported||300 pounds|
The Hummingbird Hammocks Ultralight Single Hammock is the lightest weight, smallest packing hammock on the market. It weighs less than a lemon and packs smaller than a coffee cup, holds up to 300 pounds, and is designed by a FAA Certified Parachute Rigger. It brings parachute technology to the hammock industry for the first time. The Button Link attachment system contains no bulky or heavy metal parts, can be compressed into a small pack, and are as easy to assemble as buttoning your pants. This hammock is so light and tiny when packed, you'll feel weird not bringing one everywhere you go.
Color: Forest Green
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If you're looking for a small travel hammock, one that can easily fit in a backpack and go anywhere, for chilling out with a book or maybe short naps, that's where the Hummingbird Single fits in. Though honestly, if you're a big person at all, I'd still opt for a larger hammock (the Single+ is still really packable.)
What I like about this Hummingbird single:
~It truly is super lightweight and small. It compacts to itty-bitty.
~And because it doesn't have a lot of extra fabric, it's easy to see out of it when laying in it.
~ It seems to be well-mad.
What I don't like:
~It's too small to sleep in, and too small for anyone who isn't pretty small even for just lounging.
~It's frankly way overpriced for what it is. There are similar hammocks on the market for half to 1/3 this price. This may have a better build quality, but it's limited versatility doesn't really justify the expense.
~It doesn't come with tree straps, so you still have to assemble and cary a rigging system (which you can buy separately from Hummingbird.)
I ultimately decided to keep the Hummingbird Single (this one, the smaller one) for travel and day hikes, as it fits that niche nicely and is different from my other hammocks. I've taken it traveling and appreciated having a hammock without having a lot of extra weight and gear. I don't hate it, but I don't love it. It fills a niche, but the price-point is appropriate for a much larger/more versatile hammock.