NoGround Hiking pole hammock stand questions

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  1. AngryDaddyBird

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    Hello

    I’m here asking if anyone here has experience with Tiggerzcraftworks NoGround trekking pole/ hammock stand?
    If you have 1 all you need is 1 tree. If you have a pair youdont need any tree. I have a pair that’s still in the box. Added all the extras to the order and came out $350 for the pair.
    I got one made specific for the ridgerunner.
    The the other for gathered end hammocks. This way if my daughter comes she can use the inner pole as her spreader bare and leave the stock spreader bar at home. Less weight. I also ordered it as tall as she would be able to make it safely. She agreed after many emails and talking. I was thinking of selling them as we have not used them but wanted to hear some feedback before I decide to sell it.

    Yes I’ve already tried a set that’s why I bought two sets but I don’t usually use trekking poles so I might just get a regular travel hammock stand instead. ???

    Here’s the makers instruction video using two two sets to hang with no trees.
    I decided to open up the box and snap a few pictures of what’s in the box. This is two sets to hang 1 hammock no trees or two hammocks off 1 tree. There’s a few extra parts I ordered for my warbonnet ridgerunner. If you look close the date on the order sheet I bought this awhile ago and only now opened the box. Haha. .
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    Yes I know I can set it up and try it out but I’ll see who here has used theirs. Easy of setup. Long term use. Durability.
     
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    Can you bring your own tree? What does this thing look like.
     
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    Here’s a few pictures of one set and a set of two holding up a hammock on one side. You can use two to hang a hammock with no trees.
    Not my pictures. It’s the makers.
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    But here’s a video from Shug!

    Here’s her website if your interested.
    https://www.tiggzcraftworkz.com/
     
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    That’s amazing. Looks like you could run your ham radio with that as an antenna too.
     
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    I totally thought the exact same thing. Antenna!!:18::18:but hey. It works. Just very pricey! I use my Amok Draumr 3.0 more than my warbonnet hammocks these days so I don’t think I’ll use it much. I may just post it up on the trade blanket.
     
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    IIRC there used2waz an outfit across the pond that was making/selling a pair of similarly designed poles that fit in a small pouch for backpackers

    the "antenna"(NB's reference) design also resembles the rigging for tall skinny sailboat masts

    there are several similar methods of hanging found over on the hammock forum

    some single pole

    some double

    and a pethora of 3 legged towers made out of everything from bamboo to fiberglass to aluminium to water pipe to wooden 2x2's

    some of them require a stretcher pole across the top and some like the one above rely on good ground stakes(a whole nuther subject/discussion that can get knee deep to a tall giraffe)

    ¿ AINT THIS FUNN ?
     
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    I’m part of that forum. But hardly any info on these. Seems all who has them like it. I’ve made some turtle dog stands but like the idea of camping in a spot that has no trees close enough or trees at all. Most areas I go have a nice spot but no trees. Or lots of trees in the wrong spot. So these came into play.
     

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