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Product Review: Live Infinitely Double Camping Hammock

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Disclaimer: I did receive this item for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Sheri Ann Richerson from ExperimentalHomesteader.com is joined by Jeffrey Rhoades to talk about the Live Infinitely Double Camping Hammock she received for review.

This is a great, lightweight yet durable hammock that I am able to put up and take down by myself. That is fantastic! I wanted this hammock for my greenhouse. The material I felt was better able to withstand the high humidity than fabric hammocks and I was right. I love the purple and grey color. It is well made with good stitching and it does come with tree straps in their own carry case. The hammock also comes in its own carry case.

While I did not intend to take this with me, when it is not in use, I keep the kit in my bug out bag. You never know when you might find yourself in a less than ideal situation and want a place to rest that isn’t on the ground. It would also easily fit into a backpack or large purse!

This is a colorful addition to the garden as well. The purple really stands out. It is comfortable to lay in and I am really glad I decided to go with this hammock.

This hammock is plenty large so you don’t have to worry about not being comfortable.

 

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