DIY Paracord Net / Hammock Chair – “Tip Of The Week” E24

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How to make a simple paracord net for use as a backcountry hammock camp chair. This handy DIY net can also serve multiple other uses, such as: A makeshift bu…

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August 18, 2012

IntenseAngler @ 11:56 pm #

Thanks Matt! Honestly, if the fishing doesn’t pick up here soon I’m going
to have to use it for a gill net to catch me some fish… I’m gettin’
desperate, haha ;-) Take good care my Brother!

August 19, 2012

Naturliebe @ 8:49 am #

Hi John, again an excellent idea and great work. The Hammock Chair works
great. Nice T-Shirt brother…”Old School” rocks Have a nice and relaxed
Sunday. Greetings Tito

ewtoutdoors @ 4:16 pm #

Cool project,Thanks. Hope everything is well and take care.

August 20, 2012

Cr0cket20 @ 5:05 pm #

just got back from an overnighter with the family . would love to have
tried this . maybe next time it looks fun .

November 29, 2012

toshaannwest1985 @ 12:33 am #

Great video!!! Thanks

December 31, 2012

presjohnpol @ 12:17 am #

I’m not often impressed but that was awesome. My wife and I just got into
backpacking and I am going to make us each one. We wanted some sort of camp
chair but didn’t want the added weight, this is perfect. Thanks so much for
the great idea.

March 11, 2013

Kevin O'Brien @ 8:08 pm #

Great video. Have to try this at my next Scout camp.

March 31, 2013

Taschenmesserbuch @ 1:08 am #

Fantastic Video!! Thanks a lot for Showing. In my last video I built a
hammock made of clematis. Greets from Switzerland Felix

May 29, 2013

Jesus Crisco Bitch @ 11:32 am #

seems like you’ve been camping for a while and i like that you have the
intensive knowledge this is an amazing idea for a portable woods stoner
chair. def subbed

July 6, 2013

kevin sprouse @ 8:23 am #

i love primative camping have either made or modafied alot of my gear i
carry and was really impressed with your hammock chair especially campared
to all the nylon ones out there ,very nice video

July 8, 2013

Hal Hardy @ 2:24 am #

Awesome idea, I might make a hammock this way!

August 3, 2013

joanna lanzoni @ 3:28 pm #

Nice hammock!! Love the video,but….I just wanted to scribble your left
arm.Looked like upside down cross to me.But that’s just me :)

October 1, 2013

the430movie . @ 2:29 pm #

a great EDC, when bush crafting, especially when you don’t feel like
sitting on dirt of cold rocks!

October 30, 2013

David Brewer @ 9:29 am #

Great bid yet again. I can’t wait to use this as a gear stowaway under my
hammock. I have never seen the para cord system you used to lash to the
tree, very nice. What knots did you use to mage the individual “sections”
to adjust attachment points? Just simple overhand knots? Thanks again!

November 11, 2013

joseph mc @ 12:45 pm #

Can’t wait to make one! Thanks for the idea! Love all of your videos, btw. 

Dawn Hurd @ 9:32 pm #

Shrek and I made these. 5.5 ounces with carabiners and whoopie slings. We
changed the dimensions a bit so that the seat was a little larger.

November 17, 2013

robert thompson @ 10:07 pm #

I made 1 of these ..very versitile piece of equipment

December 23, 2013

The Papa Smurf @ 9:02 pm #

same method of making a fish net.

December 26, 2013

Bak Draft @ 10:13 pm #

Great Video, Thanks I now have a “winter” project!

December 28, 2013

Mittagsfrost @ 2:01 pm #

Great! Thank You for the wonderful video!

January 15, 2014

Wutzthedeal @ 4:48 pm #

I’d be careful about melting those ends. You can easily burn through the
bottom line.

January 22, 2014

Zach Bishop @ 4:29 pm #

Great DIY! I will definitely make one of these on my next camping trip! all
your videos are wonderful and I love your tips and tricks, I look forward
to you continuing your videos. thank you for this project

January 25, 2014

OutdoorTips101 @ 10:36 am #

How far apart did you say the top and bottom lines need to be?

March 20, 2014

KnifeFan @ 2:21 am #

simply a great video. very easy to follow instructions with no crap. very
cool channel!

April 24, 2014

Moses @ 11:42 am #

In reality if you just go bigger you can make a hammock? So awesome kids
are gonna love this project, thanks for the vid. 

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