Frequently Asked Questions


No, we have devised a ground-based method for installing your Sky-Pod, so tree climbing is purely a fun option.
We recommend hanging your Sky-Pod at a maximum height of 1.2metres/4ft.
Just like us, trees are living breathing organisms, each with their own individual set of strengths and characters. We suggest you learn more about the trees native to your area and by contacting a local arborist or tree-climbing organisation or association for specific info/advise. It would be useful for us to share any knowledge with others within the Sky-Pod community here.
We would advise using either a ‘figure of 8 follow through’ knot.
In high-winds we recommend either lowering Sky-Pod down to ground level, roping off to adjacent trunks/branches or deploying guide ropes & ground pegs for added stability. In the case of a lightning storm, zip closed the base hatch opening to form a waterproof groundsheet and bring your Sky-Pod to the ground.
You should not exceed the manufacturers maximum load capacity of 250Kg/551lbs.
We will be offering flysheets in different fabrics, patterns and colourways as we continue to adapt and develop our range. The easiest way to be kept informed of any new developments is by signing up to our newsletter or social media.
Yes you can hang your Sky-Pod from one tree or between two trees.
A good knot for attaching your throw-line is the ‘clove-hitch’.