Hamacama Sleep Hammocks Compared

Sleeping hammocks are the best hammocks for a full night's sleep or even to replace a bed. Compare our 3 models here.

Hamacama Classic
Hamacama StrongStrong Hamacama HeavenHeaven
Sleep comfort level 7 / 10 8 / 10 10 / 10
How to use Office power napping, nap time, resting at lake/beach/festivals. Office power napping, naps with family indoors, in the garden or on the balcony, hotels Permanent or summer bed for living room or bedroom, Elegant piece of furniture.
Where to use Interior: Office, living room, bedroom


Outdoors: At the lake, At the beach, In the forest, Festivals, Camper, Bike tours

Interior: Office, living room, bedroom


Outside: caravan, garden, balcony

Interior: Living room, bedroom

It is almost impossible to fall out of this hammock while sleeping

Body adaption

A particular advantage of the mesh fabric is that it adapts to your body shape. Some Hamacama customers said that since using a hammock as bed, they no longer have back pain during sleep.

No pressure points

Sleeping on a mattress creates pressure points on the body, so we turn in our sleep to relieve these points. Canvas hammocks also create pressure points. Hamacama’s mesh hammocks, however, have no pressure points – you won’t feel the need to twist and turn.

Freedom of movement

Is mainly determined by the width of the hammock. The wider the hammock, the easier it is to find your most comfortable lying position.

Good Very good Exceptional
Weave: Mayan Weave

One of the most elaborate weaves for mesh hammocks compared to the usual hanging technique (Nicaragua style). The thinner the thread and the finer the weave, the more intricate the weave and the more comfortable the feel on the skin.

Weaving of the Classic Sleep Hammock

8 / 10

Weaving of the Strong Sleep Hammock

7 / 10

Weaving of the Heaven Sleep Hammock

10 / 10

Made in Mexico Mexico Mexico
Weaving time (handcrafted) 30 hours 15 hours 80 hours
Feeling on skin

Coarse mesh hammocks can cut into your skin and become uncomfortable over time. Thanks to the fine-mesh Mayan weave and fine cotton thread, this is not the case with a Hamacama hammock.

Very Good Good Heavenly
Bed length 220 cm (7’2) 220 cm (7’2) 220 cm (7’2)
Bed Width Bed width

An important characteristic: it determines the price of the hammock, the possible suspension forms and the lying quality.
The width of the lying surface should be larger than your own height.
Exact measurements are not possible due to the stretchability of the mesh fabric.

ca. 170 cm (5’5) approx. 220 cm (7’2) approx. 250 cm (8’2)
Space for 1-2 persons 1-3 people 1-3 people
Comparable bed

Double Size

Queen Size

King Size

Material (bed)

It is interesting that already the first hammocks that Columbus discovered were made of cotton. He noted in his logbook: “their beds … are like nets of cotton”.

Cotton (lint free) Cotton (lint free) Mercerized cotton

4 times more expensive than regular cotton. Because of this special cotton in combination with the extremely fine mesh, the surface feels like silk.

Material (suspension)

It is used only for stability and does not come into contact with the skin.

Nylon threads Nylon threads Nylon threads
Thread thickness 1.4 mm 2.4 mm 0.6 mm

The durability of the weave. Pants buttons or belts can cut individual threads of the hammock if you are not careful. If a single thread breaks, it can easily be reknotted.

Sensitive Good

Therefore suitable for children

Weather resistant

Hamacama hammocks are intended for indoor use. They can be used in the garden, by the lake, etc., but should not be left outside overnight. Cotton is not moisture or UV resistant.

No No No

The lighter the weight, the easier it is to transport the hammock.

1.2 KG (2.6 lbs) 3 KG (6.6 lbs) 1.5 KG (3.3 lbs)
Max. weight in the hammock 160 KG (350 LBS) 200 KG (440 LBS) 160 KG (350 LBS)
Max. continuous load

The maximum weight of a person who sleeps in the hammock every day.

100 KG (220 lbs) 120 KG (260 lbs) 100 KG (220 lbs)
Total length 420 cm (13’7) 420 cm (13’7) 420 cm (13’7)
Suitable hammock stands

Distance between the two ends of the stand (space for hammock).

400 cm (13’1)
400 cm (13’1)
400 cm (13’1)
Attachment to wall or ceiling

With narrow hammocks, you are forced to mount the hammock at a 30° angle from wall to wall in order to take full advantage of the lying surface. Very wide hammocks, on the other hand, can be attached to the ceiling at various angles, even in a U-shape, without sacrificing comfort.

Wall to wall, ceiling mount with wide spacing, ceiling mount with narrow spacing only for persons up to 175 cm tall Wall to wall, ceiling mount with wide spacing, ceiling mount with narrow spacing only for persons up to 190 cm tall Wall to wall, wide spacing ceiling mount, narrow spacing ceiling mount (without restrictions).
Hamacama ClassicClassic Hamacama StrongStrong Hamacama HeavenHeaven