Blissful slumbering courtesy of a bed in the sky. It sounds like a dream come true. So you click...and view...and...it's a hammock. A thin, garbage bag-looking hammock too. This hammock has some explaining to do.
Manufacturer Hammock Bliss believes their Sky Bed wil revolutionize swing-sleeping-from-the-trees experiences with its "truly flat" two-point hammock, achieved by way of an asymmetrical design. The flatness of the space that normally wraps around the contours of users' bodies supposedly increases comfort and welcomes the addition of a sleeping pad for additional foaminess, support, and thermal insulation.
Sky Bed materials include super strong rip stop nylon with webbing reinforcements at the seams. Weight is only 23 ounces, which I think is less than 2 pounds. I always get ounces in a cup confused with ounces in a pound. Disambiguation: one more reason this country needs to adopt the damn metric system. Hammock weight accommodation is up to 350 pounds, which I'm positive is more than 2 pounds.