Designed to be used with Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO) hammocks (sold separately), the ultra-lightweight, fully adjustable ENO Helios Suspension System allows you to easily and safely hang your hammock almost anywhere without any knot-tying ability.
Using the Helios Suspension System is easy and allows you to set up your hammock in no time. Simply wrap the strap around the nearest tree or post and follow the sewn-in instructions to connect it to the integrated carabiners on the hammock. The tensioning design of the hanging line allows you to make micro-adjustments to easily achieve the ideal pitch.
Strong, lightweight Polyester and Dyneema construction holds up to wear and tear and, unlike traditional ropes and lash straps, the Helios Suspension System doesn't cause damage to trees when cinched into place.
WARNING: As accidents can happen, do not exceed the maximum weight of 300 pounds and do not hang your hammock more than 18 inches above the ground. Always make certain that the surface beneath your hammock is free of rocks or sharp objects.
The Helios Suspension System weighs just 5.7 ounces, extends 8' 2" in length, and comes with its own stuff sack.
- 300 pound capacity
- Sil Nylon stuff sack included
Best Use Backpacking, Camping Item Weight 5.7 oz Dimensions 8' 2" x 1" Warranty 2 Years Type Hammock Hanging Kit Material Polyester sling and Dyneema rope Capacity 300 lbs
Real Customer Reviews
Likes: Packs up small and sets up so quick and easy! Very lightweight as well!
- Love the light weight
Likes: Very light, super adjustable, and still safe for trees. Easy to set up once you get the hang of it.
Dislikes: Somewhat pricey
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