The hammock itself is great. It clearly won't be in the same league as a larger, thicker, and weightier hammock, being quite narrow and made of light materials, but is wonderfully portable (I took it in hand luggage to sunnier climbs and it is a little larger than two pairs of ski socks). Also on the positive side, this is one of the few portable / stowaway products which actually folds up easily and tightly as small, if not smaller, as the package it came in.
However, beware the end ropes/lines, I had tied one up to a tree, looped through another rope so not chaffing on anything, and on third use it promptly snapped. The hammock had been removed from the bag once, and tied up twice. So - word to the wise, replace the green end lines, or at least tie a safety line to them. As you can imagine, landing on your back on the ground is unpleasant at best.
Oh, and I weigh just under 11 stone / 65 kilos, which is a little over half the hammock's rated load capacity.