Imagine for a moment you’re hiking in the middle of the forest and you come upon a small stream. You’re cold and tired and need a way refresh yourself so you break out your hot tub hammock and hang it up securely between the nearest two trees. You then take the small cooking pot you brought along with you to prepare food over a campfire and use it for a dual purpose; to fill your hot tub hammock. After only a few quick trips to the stream, your hot tub hammock has enough water inside it to rest comfortably, soaking in the hot, natural waters of nature.
Even better, imagine yourself climbing a snowy mountain and need to warm yourself up from the frigid weather. The last thing you may want to do is strip down to nothing, yet soaking in hot water has the potential to save a life. This process would be even easier as you can scoop snow directly into the hot tub hammock, allowing it to melt, then inevitably heat up. Once you’re inside it, the hot waters will warm your core and keep you nice and toasty until you decide to get out and get dressed (allowing any wet clothes to warm beside a fire while you soak).
The possibilities are endless!
The company known as Hydro Hammock has developed the incredible idea of turning a hammock into a hot tub. By using extra-durable, high strength material for the construction of the hammock, and engineering its use for all weather conditions, this hot tub hammock can be used just about anywhere. It’s available in either single or double occupancy, and the water heats up in almost no time at all (depending upon the original temperature of the water).
The downfalls to the Hydro Hammock and what to watch out for, however, is the fact that the water heater is sold separately. Also, the water heater must be carried separately, which may prove to be unnecessary weight when packing for a weekend in the wilderness. This may not pose much of an issue for those whom drive to their camping site and pack most of their belongings in the vehicle or in a camper. Yet for those who walk/hike to their desired destination, the excess weight might prove unjustifiable when needing to ensure priorities are set in regards to enough food and warm clothing, not to mention a tent.
The heater may prove too bulky to carry, although the weight of it on its own is only about 8.2 pounds.
On the plus side, if there is the availability of using a hose to fill the hot tub hammock, the heated water may then be converted into a shower, helping conserve water.
Regardless of the downfalls to using the hot tub hammock, its invention is sheer genius. To even have the possibility of swinging high above the mountains, overlooking a gorgeous sunset or sunrise vista in a hammock filled with hot water is an experience worthy of any setback it may pose. Consider seeking out this experience for yourself and change the way you live in the wilderness forever after. ♥
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