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ENO One Link Hammock Shelter Systemis rated4.0out of5by11.
Rated3out of5bypjraigfromLove it...tension line brokeI bought this last year and it has been going great, until the most recent trip. The plastic part for the tension line snapped. Is there any way to get this fixed?
Date published: 2014-04-08
Rated4out of5byTheBoyScoutfromENO's beat tents in most cases.I first used the One Link on a Key in Florida. I have used it on every camping trip since. I have never had better sleep in all my years of camping. Finding two trees have before been a little tricky, but once you get used to the set up, you will be doing it in 10-15 minutes. It looks really cool when set up, sleek and out of sight. A big thing for me is that it doesn't harm trees that much and you don't have to deal with ruffling up the leaves that your tent has flattened. So it helps with Leave No Trace. Also, you can use it in cold weather camping! Another sleeping pad or sleeping bag and you have no problem staying warm. The comfort is fabulous. You never have to worry about a pillow again because at the right angle your head is propped up by the hammock itself. You don't have to use it for camping, I have just set it up at summer camp with the Atlas straps (which I recommend because they broaden your opportunities.) and relaxed. And I have slept in it numerous nights. It's fantastic. The catch is, the rope, stitching, and stakes. All the stakes are made up of a coated aluminum shaft and a plastic cap that holds the string. My cap popped off and the aluminum coated shaft is cracked. I am very hard on my stuff yes, but this is about the 15th time using it. The string that comes with it frays quite easily. The string that came with the bug net frayed probably around the 5th time using it. I have had to switch to just a cotton linen string in which the hooks of the bugnet still fit! The stitching on my ENO doublenest is starting to break on one side. Minor stuff that I can fix with some fishing line and a needle, but still. Also, the bag sewed to the hammock has almost came off when I accidentally caught it with my hand and ripped some of the stitches loose. I think it is still durable though. I put it through a lot and it has held up really well! Overall, I love it and would recommend it to anybody looking for a versatile and comfortable hammock.
Date published: 2013-10-08
Rated5out of5byTotallyCoreyfromExcellent InvestmentJust recently got back in to camping and I had heard a lot about Eno's hammocks. People who hammock camp swear by it, so I thought I would give it a shot. For my first night in the wild with the hammock it really got put to the test. I hung it on the top of a ridge near the mouth of Virgin Falls. It poured down rain from 7:15pm-3:30am and everything stayed 100% dry (thanks to the Rainfly.) I also unknowingly hung it 3 feet from a yellow jacket nest. I didn't really this until I tossed a couple branches for the fire right on top of the nest and got popped 4 times. I kept my distance until nightfall to which I climbed in and stayed yellow jacket free all night/morning (thanks to the Guardian Bugnet.)Lastly, being on the top of the ridge, snakes like hang out there to sunbathe. I must have seen at least 7 within an hour span, slithering everywhere around our campsite and under my hammock but I didn't have to worry about any of them being suspended in the air (Eno Hammock:1 Snakes:0)I dont have anything negative to say about it yet and I doubt I will anytime soon. Great product, cheers to Eno.
Date published: 2013-09-11
Rated5out of5byBen FortfromENO One-LinkI got each piece separately, but I have all the parts of the ENO One-link system. I opted for the double nest for more room, the Profly for extra rain coverage, and the Guardian Bugnet works great. This is ideal for summer camping as it can handle some rain, but not really bad weather and is very light weight. I hammock camp with some friends of mine, you don't have to find a flat space for your tent, just two trees!
Date published: 2013-07-21
Rated4out of5byJericho the Polar BearfromGreat ProductPretty great product. Very easy to set up and keeps out the bugs. I have only used a few times and haven't had the opportunity to use in the rain. Very comfortable, but a little chilly when the wind picks up.
Date published: 2013-07-01
Rated5out of5byCBP outsidefromgreat setupTHis is an excellent, lightweight, easy to setup rig. It all fits into a little bag. As long as where you are going has trees, you are set. It takes about 15 minutes to install. It is very comfortable. The rain fly can be set a different heights to accomodate rain and or really hot days.
Date published: 2013-06-20
Rated3out of5bypasomontefromA good choice for someI practiced setting mine up before taking it camping. I find it to be a bit complex to set up correctly. The mosquito net arrangement is not durable and the clips are easy to break.Be sure to tie the net supporting line low enough to allow the hammock to sag without breaking the clips. I broke 3 the first time I got into the hammock. The hammock and straps are quite well made and comfortable. I never had a back ache in the morning. The rain fly is nice but I wouldn't want to wait out a long rain storm under it. I used my system on the Amazon and motorcycle camping on tropical beaches. For that easy climate it was fine. For a less benign climate Id go back to a tent.You can place your camping gear packs etc under the tarp for limited rain protection but everyone in the world will be able to see your stuff and thus remove it when your not around. You also don't have any personal privacy with this type of setup.
Date published: 2013-06-20
Rated1out of5byNWFishfromMissing Parts and Breaking ClipsI had high hopes for this product. Both my son and I received these for Christmas. On our first use we discovered missing parts. When we hung the bug net some of the clips broke and others simply disconnected from the provided cord while we were sleeping. Setup time is an issue for these. I could have set up a couple of MSR Hubba-Hubbas in the same time I setup one of the these.
I plan to return both and get something that will be of better use for us.
Date published: 2013-06-09
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ENO One Link Hammock Shelter System Customer Reviews