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Woot [woot.com] has the Osage River Twain Single Hammock (Black/ Red or Orange/Titanium) on sale for $13.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime. Hammock comes with 2 x 5'6" ropes w/ pre-tied knots/tree safe straps and 2 steel carabiners.
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Something that I finally feel that I can comment on! (I have owned way too many hammocks) First off, a one person hammock is very small. If you're buying for a kid it would work, but honestly for an adult I would recommend a 2p hammock. Not only does it not feel like you'll fall off, but it had the extra strength and space to fit another person (or two). Second, these rope/strap things are pretty crappy. You can find cheap 2p hammocks on amazon for $20 normally that include legit straps that are a lot easier to set up.

TLDR; if buying for a kid, go for it. If for an adult it's not a slick deal and isnt the best choice imo
I just purchased a couple of these 2 person hammocks on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B087D27V17/

Includes what looks to be legit hammock straps which are a game changer. $15 for the regular one, $17.50 for the version with mosquito netting.

Code: 9GQU8BOT (cribbed from another deal site) for 50% off in cart.

Note I can't speak at all to the quality of this brand, and the reviews seem a bit fishy. That being said I've ordered a number of hammocks like this and they've all at least been acceptable, although the mosquito netting on cheap ones tends to be fragile in my experience (that's why I'm ordering new ones--we tore the mosquito netting on one of our hammocks camping this weekend). Actually my favorite hammock (it's a very cool, pleasing fabric compared to my others) is one I got off Slickdeals with nice hammock straps for like $8, but those deals don't come along frequently.
I just repped Kim Jong!

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Something that I finally feel that I can comment on! (I have owned way too many hammocks) First off, a one person hammock is very small. If you're buying for a kid it would work, but honestly for an adult I would recommend a 2p hammock. Not only does it not feel like you'll fall off, but it had the extra strength and space to fit another person (or two). Second, these rope/strap things are pretty crappy. You can find cheap 2p hammocks on amazon for $20 normally that include legit straps that are a lot easier to set up.

TLDR; if buying for a kid, go for it. If for an adult it's not a slick deal and isnt the best choice imo
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Something that I finally feel that I can comment on! (I have owned way too many hammocks) First off, a one person hammock is very small. If you're buying for a kid it would work, but honestly for an adult I would recommend a 2p hammock. Not only does it not feel like you'll fall off, but it had the extra strength and space to fit another person (or two). Second, these rope/strap things are pretty crappy. You can find cheap 2p hammocks on amazon for $20 normally that include legit straps that are a lot easier to set up.

TLDR; if buying for a kid, go for it. If for an adult it's not a slick deal and isnt the best choice imo
I just repped Kim Jong!
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Something that I finally feel that I can comment on! (I have owned way too many hammocks) First off, a one person hammock is very small. If you're buying for a kid it would work, but honestly for an adult I would recommend a 2p hammock. Not only does it not feel like you'll fall off, but it had the extra strength and space to fit another person (or two). Second, these rope/strap things are pretty crappy. You can find cheap 2p hammocks on amazon for $20 normally that include legit straps that are a lot easier to set up.

TLDR; if buying for a kid, go for it. If for an adult it's not a slick deal and isnt the best choice imo
Was thinking of going for this one to just put in balcony next summer, for 1 adult. Should I rather go for a 2p?
Like I said it would strictly be for balcony got a better one for outdoors
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Was thinking of going for this one to just put in balcony next summer, for 1 adult. Should I rather go for a 2p?
Like I said it would strictly be for balcony got a better one for outdoors
Always go 2 person. Always
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Was thinking of going for this one to just put in balcony next summer, for 1 adult. Should I rather go for a 2p?
Like I said it would strictly be for balcony got a better one for outdoors
For a balcony it could be good actually. The length is shorter than a double hammock and the hanging system isnt as important because it would be a one and done thing. However the size may be too small for you.
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I just purchased a couple of these 2 person hammocks on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B087D27V17/

Includes what looks to be legit hammock straps which are a game changer. $15 for the regular one, $17.50 for the version with mosquito netting.

Code: 9GQU8BOT (cribbed from another deal site) for 50% off in cart.

Note I can't speak at all to the quality of this brand, and the reviews seem a bit fishy. That being said I've ordered a number of hammocks like this and they've all at least been acceptable, although the mosquito netting on cheap ones tends to be fragile in my experience (that's why I'm ordering new ones--we tore the mosquito netting on one of our hammocks camping this weekend). Actually my favorite hammock (it's a very cool, pleasing fabric compared to my others) is one I got off Slickdeals with nice hammock straps for like $8, but those deals don't come along frequently.
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My local Costco has two-person hammocks similar to this one on clearance right now for $14.97. Might be worth checking your local Costco!
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I just purchased a couple of these 2 person hammocks on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B087D27V17/

Includes what looks to be legit hammock straps which are a game changer. $15 for the regular one, $17.50 for the version with mosquito netting.

Code: 9GQU8BOT (cribbed from another deal site) for 50% off in cart.

Note I can't speak at all to the quality of this brand, and the reviews seem a bit fishy. That being said I've ordered a number of hammocks like this and they've all at least been acceptable, although the mosquito netting on cheap ones tends to be fragile in my experience (that's why I'm ordering new ones--we tore the mosquito netting on one of our hammocks camping this weekend). Actually my favorite hammock (it's a very cool, pleasing fabric compared to my others) is one I got off Slickdeals with nice hammock straps for like $8, but those deals don't come along frequently.
Thank you for sharing your code! $15.89 total for a double hammock with decent reviews - exactly what I was looking for.
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I just purchased a couple of these 2 person hammocks on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B087D27V17/

Includes what looks to be legit hammock straps which are a game changer. $15 for the regular one, $17.50 for the version with mosquito netting.

Code: 9GQU8BOT (cribbed from another deal site) for 50% off in cart.
Oh hell yeah, I finally got one of these with skeeter netting, for less than 20 bucks, delivered TOMORROW.

EtherGnat wins the day, thanks and repped!!
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Was thinking of going for this one to just put in balcony next summer, for 1 adult. Should I rather go for a 2p?
Like I said it would strictly be for balcony got a better one for outdoors
How far is the fall from the balcony?
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Thanks EtherGnat - bought 1 with your code
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How far is the fall from the balcony?
Just around the corner
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I just purchased a couple of these 2 person hammocks on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B087D27V17/

Includes what looks to be legit hammock straps which are a game changer. $15 for the regular one, $17.50 for the version with mosquito netting.

Code: 9GQU8BOT (cribbed from another deal site) for 50% off in cart.

Note I can't speak at all to the quality of this brand, and the reviews seem a bit fishy. That being said I've ordered a number of hammocks like this and they've all at least been acceptable, although the mosquito netting on cheap ones tends to be fragile in my experience (that's why I'm ordering new ones--we tore the mosquito netting on one of our hammocks camping this weekend). Actually my favorite hammock (it's a very cool, pleasing fabric compared to my others) is one I got off Slickdeals with nice hammock straps for like $8, but those deals don't come along frequently.
Thanks, I got one, but when I went to add another and check out it wouldnt let me, did you use multiple accounts?
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