NEW – Hammock Bliss Ultralight – Only 13 oz with 80″ Rope Per Side Included – Portable Hammock Ideal For Camping, Backpacking, Kayaking & Travel

February 9, 2014 - Comment

The new Hammock Bliss Ultralight Hammock is our lightest and most compact hammock yet. At only 13 oz, the Ultralight sets the standard for hammock portability and comfort. It is so small, it fits into the palm of your hand, Hammock Bliss Ultralight folds out into a fully relaxing floating bed. Featuring soft & breathable

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The new Hammock Bliss Ultralight Hammock is our lightest and most compact hammock yet. At only 13 oz, the Ultralight sets the standard for hammock portability and comfort. It is so small, it fits into the palm of your hand, Hammock Bliss Ultralight folds out into a fully relaxing floating bed. Featuring soft & breathable nylon parachute material and complete with its own rope, the Ultralight allows you to enjoy the pleasures of a hammock anywhere your imagination takes you.

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dmstewart12 says:

Awesome hammock! Possibly better than ENO! Got the hammock bliss ultralight a few weeks ago and I absolutely love it! Hardly weighs anything, very compressable, and is a BARGAIN! I chose this instead of the common ENO brand because it seemed like pretty much the same thing but about half the price, and I like to go against the crowd :) I have used ENOs before and I don’t really like the slap straps that most people use for them. I would personally rather tie my own knots, and the rope that this hammock comes with is great. Only small…

Knife junky says:

Great hammock, Great price! I just recieved this hammock today and gave it a good look. First off this hammock sells for 40.00 dollars by Hammock Bliss on thier website so getting it for 20.00 dollars is a steal. If you go to Hammock Bliss website this model is not shown because it was just released for sale about one month ago from what the owner of Hammock Bliss told me over the phone. It is compact, lightweight, and has sturdy triple stiched end seams. The rope looks strong and is integrated into the hammock. The…

Chino says:

Res Hall Luxury I’m a college student and am lucky enough to live in a Res Hall building with concrete walls that have grooves to hang things on on each side, so I decided to try hanging a hammock. I had to be a bit creative to hang it… I ended up with it firmly mounted to the walls using only a plastic spoon.Anyway, I’ve been quite happy with this hammock so far. I’ve been using it for a few weeks now, and I’ve found it to be comfortable and surprisingly roomy for the “Ultralight” that I…

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