Always test your hanging points for stability and strength before getting in your hammock.
Always check your hammock and hanging equipment for tears, holes, fraying, signs of UV fading/weakness, etc. If you see a hole, patch it. If you have weakened or damaged equipment, replace it. (If it's a warranty issue just get in touch so we can help)
Never set up your hammock at a height above 50 cm any dangerous objects or terrain, where a fall or malfunction could cause injury to you, or the people around you.
Equipment, even brand new equipment, can fail.
Trees or structures that appear sturdy are not always what they seem.
Be smart and always think about your safety first.
We realize that our customer base consists of a large number of responsible and knowledgeable outdoor lovers. Many of you are capable of maintaining a safe environment even in situations that may appear dangerous to the outside eye.
If you do choose to disregard our safety recommendations and hang your hammock from anything above a safe height (50 cm or higher), you should always have a safety backup plan in case of failure – a harness, safety ropes, etc. that would protect you from any injury.
Safety first. And have fun.