|by Mike Aycock||Date Added: Friday 07 June, 2013|
Bought this to go to Haiti to help build (rebuild) houses. Fortunately when during the time we were there we did not see any mosquitos. Left it on the cot during the day to keep out any critters or bugs that might want to wander in to the bedding. Only problem is that it blocks most of the air flow, so at night did not use it. It is very small and compact, and I assume thta due to the tight weave of the netting it would keep mosquitos out hence the top rating.
|by Barbara Bosley||Date Added: Monday 20 May, 2013|
have not used this yet but feel it will come in very handy when I am doing summer hiking on the trail.It is light weight and compact and it will keep those pesky mosquitoes away
|by the beav, "jerry"||Date Added: Sunday 12 May, 2013|
Stansport single mosquito net. made well made pole to hang the support the netpole in sections no trouble getting in or out of the net. this net works well . Keeps Bugs Out ... 5 Star jerrry Penna. Woods
|by Cris Smith||Date Added: Tuesday 22 January, 2013|
This is a great addition to my hiking sleep-system. It's lightweight, compact, and it works well with my hammock or my favorite chair in the backyard.
|by J. T. Hutchison||Date Added: Monday 17 December, 2012|
Large enough, airy enough, effective at keeping out mosquitoes. In other words, this product passes all of the critical tests. I had some trouble keeping the cord tension right so that the net was not resting on my skin.
|by Evan||Date Added: Tuesday 11 September, 2012|
No frills netting keeps the bugs out if you can keep still and keep the net pinned to the ground. This net didn't work to hot for my application. I was using a Silshelter bottomless shelter and the net was rather unruly. Probably best used suspended above a cot on flat ground with no vegetation to keep the edges sealed to the ground.