Enjoying the great outdoors has never been so relaxing as with the M.C. Hammie 3-in-1 Versatile Hammock. This lightweight swing seat doubles as a shelter when the weather turns bad, and as a blanket. In hammock mode, you cozy up with friends inside the soft ripstop nylon. When you need shelter, you simply take down the hammock and prop it up into shelter mode. The material is also water-repellent, so you have effective shelter from the elements. If you are with friends, M.C. Hammie is durable enough to work perfectly as a large blanket. It means you can share beers with friends in the mountains without getting your pants dirty. The whole thing packs away into a tiny carry pouch, and you get eight premium aluminum carabiners to support your hammock.
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M.C. Hammie 3-in-1 Versatile Hammock
@Roland, it looks like your package made it half way to you and then hasn't moved since Jan 6th! https://tools.usps.com/go/TrackConfirmAction_input… I've contacted USPS and will get back to you via email asap.
Hi, still got no Jammie.
@Paul, rogger that. Thanks for the feedback.
Copy on the stuff sack just curious. I would say my only problem is with the carabiners. Maybe just make the stuff sack a little bigger just so you can stuff quickly. Other wise great product love it!! Very easy to use !!
@Paul no secret method as of yet. I usually stuff the bulk of it by grabbing by the fist full and driving it into the pouch, packing it in tightly. Near the end I stuff the last bit in with my thumbs. Anybody else find an easy way?
Any secret to getting it in the stuff sack?
Thanks for the feedback Neil, loops on the built in straps would be sweet. To shorten the length of the built in straps just send them around the tree or pole as many times as needed. If you "back clip" the strap through the carabiner then it should cinch tight to the tree or pole. Doing this way means there are no loops needed. I'll email you a pic soon, be on the lookout but don't hold your breath, that may not end well.
So, love it so far. One future potential improvement or something (improvement is always in the eye of the beholder of course) is that I've found a couple of times when pulling the straps into hammock mode that they become very long to get the right hang angle. It would be interesting if the webbing cord in the sides (really all sides) was two pieces of webbing, sewn strategically to make a variety of potential loop attachment points. So you'd have "variable length" effectively (with some dangling). I'm likely to try this out with some 3rd party multi-loop hammock straps, but I think it would be a nice touch. Great material job though, the kids love it.
Hey Jim! I'll email you directly.
Are you still fulfilling shipments? Just asking because I haven't received mine yet. Can't wait! :)
Thanks for the early support to help get it off the ground! I'd say you've earned yourself an M.C. Hammie nap in the sun this weekend, enjoy.
Got mine too. Nice work guys! Thanks for a great project!
Got my MC Hammie, looks good next step out in woods!�
Hey Dwayne, we've got you down as Tropical from the answer on your backer survey. We'd be happy to swap it out for you though, hit up our support line at email@example.com and let us know what you'd like to do.
Got mine although it’s the wrong style. I’m sure I didn’t order tropical. How can I check this. My order doesn’t show my selection.
Another update is coming very shortly. We got the final sample in the mail two days ago and it passed all of our testing. The final fabric treatments are being applied now and we’re just waiting on an updated estimate of when they will land in the US. We’ll let everyone know as soon as we know. Thanks for checking in Kristen!
Didn't see a survey come through yet, just want to make sure I didn't miss it. Thanks
Survey is going out Monday. Shipping is currently looking like middle of September! The fabric is finished and production has started.
When is the survey going to be sent and when does shipping start
Tropical please! (Crackle second choice)
my vote is for crackle
Crackle all day!
I would go with Crackle for the color.
Hey Onak, your drawings on Twitter look rad. Looks like we're not the only ones to have had good ideas, love it. Re: the DWR treatment. We've been selective with the fabric and treatment so that it has a very nice next to skin feeling. I haven't touched the moon hammocks but there's are parachute nylon whereas the M.C. Hammie is diamond ripstop. So ours will be smoother and theirs softer. Please Note: this is not specifically designed to be a "camping hammock" that the outdoor adventurer takes with them on a month long hike. We're not building in bug nets nor scorpion barriers.
Really cool idea! Actually I came to almost exact the same idea a year ago, but you can't run 2 kickstarted - startups at a time, so welcome to the madness :-) https://twitter.com/ottovds/status/862176205696532480 Anyhow... A few technical questions before I go to the full pledge: - I'm not so convinced about the shelter idea. An avid hammocking friend once sprayed his ticket to the moon with a nikwax DWR resulting in a rather unpleasant bathtub hammocking experience under his not so well installed tarp in the rain. I can also imagine myself a reduced breathability when things are getting sweaty. What is your take on that? - How does your fabric compare in terms of stretchability and touch to the Ticket to the moon hammocks? And a little product request: Haven't seen yet a bugnet that works great for both hammocking under a tarp as well as in a bed configuration ;-) Otto
Thanks AdventureM! The fabric we have is DWR ripstop and as you said it's not as waterproof as silnylon or adding a waterproof membrane. We had to balance waterproofness with comfort next to skin since it's also a hammock. We designed it with trips to the park or basic car camping in mind, although we've been getting some positive feedback about this being an awesome idea for an ultralight all-in-one for more hardcore adventure seekers. We're already talking about doing a more "extremy" version for people that want to use it in a downpour as well, but for now the M.C. Hammie is not designed to literally protect your life from a downpour, that's way too much responsibility. With AAAAAALLLL that said, I camped under it last weekend in the rain and I stayed pretty darn dry underneath. Actually I didn't even wake up in the rain, my buddies were shocked.
Hey guys, awesome project! I can't seem to find more materials listed on the project page and wanted to ask before committing to a couple of these. For the shelter, is this actually water proof or just water resistant? DWR ripstop which would just be resistant and not proof. That's a big difference for a shelter! Is the DWR coating on some kind of a waterproof membrane underneath the ripstop? Great work!
Hey Kammy! Just added China, ur good to go :) Thank you for the support.
That's great, but may I ask for shopping to Hong Kong?