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  • Dragonfly surrounds your hammock in 20-denier no-see-um polyester mesh for 360° protection; material feels light as air and allows a cool breeze to easily pass through
  • Provides plenty of head room while you're sitting up
  • Quick and easy to set up
  • Each purchase supports Kammock’s Give Adventure initiative to donate 1% of their revenue to support youth in leadership training through outdoor adventure
  • Kammok is a member of 1% For The Planet, an organization building, supporting and activating an alliance of businesses that are committed to creating a healthy planet


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Best Use Camping
Unfolded Dimensions (L x W) 120 x 53 inches
Folded Dimensions 4 x 4 x 3 inches
Material(s) No-see-um polyester netting
Ultralight Yes
Weight 10.5 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ha ha, suckers, meet your match! I have used my Dragonfly a few times now, and I gotta say, I'm loving it. Setup was almost as simple as hanging the Roo on the Python Straps. I've used the Dragonfly both with the ridgeline holding it up, and without. It works great either way. It still surprises me to see how many insects are hanging out on the netting in the morning. Countless mosquitos and gnats. The insect net adds that bit of extra comfort, and has made my camping trips a little more familiar by adding the sense of sleeping in tent, nearly pest free. Overall, I'm very pleased with the Dragonfly.
Date published: 2013-08-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Eno vs Kammok I have both the Dragonfly and Eno's Guardian. Here are my thoughts: Vertical zip vs Horizontal? Doesn't matter. Stuff sack vs Roll top? Eno's stuff sack is better and packs smaller. Silver vs Black color? Black is nicer in the morning to help shade sun, Silver is nicer at night to see. Problems: You must tie the ridgeline lower with this because of the design of the drawstring ends; otherwise it will pull open. There's also another set of guy lines near where the ridgeline goes for no reason. My best guess is if you needed a second ridgeline for some reason. They aren't strong enough/at the right angle to be used as only the ridgeline, so I'm not sure what it's for. It's not on the website or their video either. Bonus Features: There are hooks on the side presumably for lightweight gear to clip onto and that's cool. Overall, I like the Guardian better.
Date published: 2014-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Zipper is great I slept in my Kammock last night with the bug net on. It got down to 38 degrees and the net protected me from the emerging spring bugs and was dry in the morning even though the ground was wet. I like the long zipper which makes for easy entry and exit. The only thing I would say to make it better is two-way zipper and a little more durable zipper. Watch the you tube video for easy set-up called "How to Set Up your Kammock Dragonfly Hammock Insect Net."
Date published: 2015-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This makes ALL THE DIFFERENCE in mosquito country! I love my Kammok Roo (is that what it's called? the hammock) but these days it seems almost impossible to enjoy it without getting bitten. The $75.00 was so worth it, much to my surprise. I've camped with it several times and there's nothing in the world quite like taking some alone time away from the rest of the family/friends to gently sway in the hammock and to be able to 100% relax, knowing I won't be eaten alive! It works well, sets up easily, gives me lots of space (I don't feel claustrophobic) and the zipper entrance works really well (easy to open from outside or inside and opens wide enough to hop out without a problem). The color is nice too - easy to see through. This is a must-have if mosquitoes love your blood!
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked Great in Rocky Mtn National Park On a quick, unexpected trip to Colorado, we went to REI inBoulder in search of a shelter for a two night backpacking trip that we decided to do last minute since we had two days to kill outside westminster colorado. We decided on a little hike in RMNP- and picked up the Kammok Dragon fly and hammock rather than a standard tent Overall we loved the netting- very simple to use-kept out the bugs very well... although we got little cold- it was great. Only reason I didnt give it a 5 star is that it wasnt the easiest to get out of in the morming.. we had to search for the zipper. with two of us it was a bit of a challenge! But once found it was very easy... another thing is the stuff sack. Good.. just not 5 stars!! overall.. I would totally recommend this to a friend and it was a great trip.. will use it again soon.
Date published: 2015-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another great Kammok product I haven't had a chance to use the Dragonfly out in the wild yet, but I did set it up in the back yard to get a feel for it. It looks and feels like it'll work like a charm. One suggestion though: while using the Python straps will allow you to hang your hammock between trees that are a considerable distance apart, the suspension line that comes with the Dragonfly is not quite so forgiving. So if your suspension points are pretty big around or fairly far apart, make sure you have some extra line handy for your mosquito net. Otherwise, another great product from Kammok. I'm quickly becoming a big fan.
Date published: 2014-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost perfect! Keeps the bugs out! Although pretty much necessary and a great product its not perfect, It is not as clear as the website will lead you to believe., A couple of improvements would be to 1) have the stuff-sac on the inside, so you can have stuff hanging inside the hammock (headlamp/phone) without having to open the bug fly all the way and reach below you. 2) Two way zipper (as someone else said), and I know that this would probably add some weight to it, but ... 3) another zipper on the other side for when we have 2 people camping with out having to crawl over someone to go pee. Also 4) the cinching part comes loose over time. All in all I love everything I have from you and this is no exception. Keep it up!
Date published: 2014-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Essential I live in Florida and when I got my wife a Kammok, she was thrilled. But with all the rain and standing water, bugs can get out of control and she is a magnet for them. So she wasn't using the Kammok as often as she wanted to. I surprised her with the Dragonfly and its been the best thing ever! She took a nap in it the other day and woke up to an bunch of mosquitoes that had tried to get at her but were kept out by the net. She was quite grateful for something so simple. We have a hiking trip planned for Utah and won't leave home without our Kammok gear in tow. Thanks again.
Date published: 2013-08-08
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