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Gear Review

KoKun Hammocks Aug 4, 2013

KoKun Hammocks

KoKun Hammocks are robust jungle hammocks hand-crafted in Cebu with skill and ingenuity. Its lightweight design and integrated mosquito net feature makes KoKun Hammocks your must-have travel gear for all outdoor adventures.


  1. base material is a shielded micro-fiber cloth allowing air to circulate
  2. weight-tested to 150 kilograms
  3. hammock weight: 750 grams
  4. width: 30 inches
  5. length: 8.5 feet and 10 feet
  6. topside soft-screen material protects against insects - gentle on skin and allows air flow-through
  7. shaped like a U-neck pillow when packed to double as a neck pillow on long journeys
  8. patent no. 2013100110
KoKun Hammock setup
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(Aug 13, 2013) After using a (regular) hammock only a couple of times, I wasn't that impressed, but after trying Kokun I realised there is a big difference in hammocks. This one was easy to setup, cool and comfortable with a much needed anti "bug" screen. Also, after rolling up and putting in the back it can be used as a neck rest and a cushion on hard seats. I am happy I now have something useful when travelling.

Cheng ChiaCheng Singapore
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(Aug 7, 2013) It's not my first time in a hammock. But today was my first time to own and set up a hammock all by myself. Surprisingly, it took me hardly a minute to set up and I'm in it! Its material and seams are fine yet tough. I could feel the breeze flowing through while laying in it making me feel cool. The built-in mosquito net is well ventilated and great as sun shade as well. It's so comfortable that the time passes without my knowing.

Criss MatesicCriss Matesic
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(Aug 6, 2013) I have been using KOKUN hammocks for 5 years now & take it every where, so easy to set up & relax.

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