First ever hammock including patented ergonomic support and design. As one sits in it the knees are raised and the body is supported in a recliner position taking all the pressure off the lower back, knees, calves, and ankles creating zero gravity comfort.
It may also be configured into the sleeper mode which allows one to sleep flat or on ones side. Both the recliner mode and the sleeper mode can be configured for two people to share without squishing into each other.
Comfort: As one sits in it the knees are raised and the body is supported in a recliner position taking all the pressure off the lower back, knees, calves, and ankles creating zero gravity comfort.
Versatility: Multiple easy to do configurations to suit your desired seated, reclined, or sleeping position for one or two persons.
Space: No claustrophobic feeling or shoulder squeeze.
Stability: Easy to roll in and out of with no worries of flipping it.
Scenery: View of surroundings when in recliner mode.
The conversion strap allows the user to convert the treble hammock from the recliner mode to the sleeper mode. In sleeper mode the user can lay flat on their back or flat on their side.
The divider strap allows the user to convert the treble hammock into two separate bunks. Users can be of different weights and still enjoy their separate space.
The tree straps are easy to use. Just wrap one end around a tree and thread it through the loop on the opposite end. Next, thread it through the d-rings found on each corner of the hammock. Pull it tight and tie it off so it doesnt slip.
The ergonomic support strap is a wide strap on the underside of the hammock. When tensioned it raises the knees to for ergonomic comfort.
The underquilt strap allows the user to secure one side of any blanket to the underside of the hammock to provide insulation to keep the backside warm. The other side of the blanket is held in place with the ergonomic support strap.
Three trees are not necessary. Traditional two point hammocks generally need to be hung from two anchor points that are 15ft apart and 6ft above the ground.
The treble hammock can be anchored 10ft to 30ft apart and as low as 3ft above the ground. The hammock toe side can be anchored to a fallen tree, root, rock, or even a heavy stake in the ground.
The treble hammock is the only hammock that can be hung on a 45 degree angle.
The three anchor points do not have to make an equilateral triangle. The treble hammock can even be hung on a right angle by lengthening and raising one of the head side tree straps.Show More Show Less