Kaplag Outdoor Hammock Review

Kaplag Outdoor Single UltraHammock and Underquilt Review

I welcomed summer by visiting Kaynipa Cove in Ternate Cavite with my new Kaplag Outdoor Hammock. I was so excited to try Kaplag’s UltraHammock with mosquito net which so far is the lightest hammock in my collection! For backpackers like me who are mostly on the move, lightweight is the name of the game! What added to the excitement is the underquilt add-on which I availed to give me warm comfort when hanging on colder campsites.

Using my Kaplag Outdoor hammock in Kaynipa Cove
Using my Kaplag Outdoor hammock in Kaynipa Cove

My Kaplag Outdoor UltraHammock and Underquilt Package

Kaplag Outdoor, based on Cebu City, has been in the hammock-making industry since early 2000s. They have a variety of hammock products such as travel hammock, ultralight hammock, hammock chair, and the UltraHammock which I am going to review here. The package I received is an ultralight hammock weighing only 630 grams and an underquilt weighing 350 grams.

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Posted by The WanderWalkers on Wednesday, February 3, 2021
Kaplag Ultrahammock and underquilt fresh from Cebu City!
Kaplag Ultrahammock and underquilt fresh from Cebu City!


The 630-gram hammock package includes a 9.8ft x 3.6 ft single hammock made of ripstop nylon, a built-in mosquito net, a pair of 3-meter colorful tree huggers half-inch wide, and a bungee cord as ridgeline for the bug-net. This hammock can carry up to 150kg. They also have a more spacious version of this hammock measuring 9.5 ft by 5ft at 800 grams. So what’s the verdict? Find out below!

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