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Bliss (single)

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I am reviewing the single…

Submitted by: ckyria on 7/13/2015
I am reviewing the single with mosquito netting. The netting ripped at one end of the zipper on the second night of use. I am only 5 foot 9 and apparently pulled to hard on the zipper when trying to get out of the tent on the second morning. It is my opinion that the opening in the mosquito net is too small and the zipper and zipper attachment is too weak. I called the manufacturer, Hammock Bliss, to get a replacement as the tent was less than a month old. I was told that it was not covered because of misuse. I like my ENO hammock much better even if it is significantly more expensive. My ENO hammock is made of better more breathable fabric and is much more comfortable.

I've actually got the Hammock…

Submitted by: gilla on 7/1/2015
I've actually got the Hammock Bliss Triple and its basically the most amazing thing ever... I've gone so far as to hang it in my bedroom.. no more mattresses... I've taken mine hiking, backpacking, and kayaking. It packs really small, weighs less than 2 pounds, and is roomie enough for me plus company...

My husband experienced…

Submitted by: solorider on 8/26/2009
My husband experienced hammock envy on a recent camping trip in the Black Hills of SD. After some net surfing I found a great deal on for a Hammock Bliss. I figured I couldn't lose on a deal like that. In using it at home, I found it to be more comfortable than our rope style hammock. The amount of material is strong and generous. I can almost wrap myself up like a mummy to keep the flying nasties off of me.

Recently, I tried it camping. Looking for the right trees was the hardest part. But, it worked well without the use of tree straps thanks to the strong cords. My only difficulty with HB was getting out of it. Chalk that up to maybe age and weight. However, I used my canoe paddle as a stretcher bar and was able to gracefully eject myself out of the Bliss.

Basic three word summary, PORTable, COMFORTable and AFFORDable.