The Husky 100 Stretcher from 23Zero is a big stretcher. At 100 cm in width, it is ideal as a sturdy base for a swag or just as a roomy stretcher to pair with your favourite sleeping bag.
Made with a steel and alloy combination frame and finished on top with a 600d PVC backed polyester sling, the Husky stretcher offers a 150Kg weight rating yet comes in at just 10Kg packed weight so it's not going to have a big impact on your vehicle weight.
Set-up of the Husky stretcher is made easy with an elasticised sleeve to help secure the end bar, and when it's all packed up it can be stored in the included carry bag. If you want a sturdy stretcher that offers loads of space without excess weight, then the 23Zero Husky stretcher is a good choice.
Does this (or any other stretcher) suit the odd shape of the outbreak swag?
Aaron - Wynn Vale, SA(2 months ago)
The Outbreak is 1.5m wide, whereas this and other single stretchers max out at 1m wide.
The best option you have is the Darche XL 1400 Stretcher which works really well with the Nebula - a really similar swag. Whilst we've not actually tried the Outbreak with it, we're pretty confident you'll have no issues.
Lauren - Snowys(2 months ago)
Bandit 14001 answer
Would you happen to have a stretcher that would work well with the 1400 or a mat/tarp to put under it that would work very well
John - Traralgon South, VIC (7 months ago)
We don't really recommend double stretchers to use with double swags, as double stretchers generally have a central bar down the centre which can cause a lot of discomfort unless you stick specifically to your side of the swag. It can also mean that you're rolling more to the edge of the swag with a bit of a hump in the middle. I have heard of double stretchers without a centre bar, but we dont stock any, and there can be mixed reports of their performance.
In terms of a ground sheet, the closest fit we have is the 8 x 8ft or 2.4m² Ultramesh Tarp which should cover the footprint of the swag aswell as some parts either side. That will give you some covered ground either side of the swag which may help keeping your space nice, and preventing dirt, etc being brought into the bed.
Lauren - Snowys(7 months ago)
Do you sell a stretcher that a 1100 bandit will fit on
Chris - Traralgon, VIC(11 months ago)
100cm stretchers are the compatible stretchers for 1100 swags. You're options are this Husky stretcher, the Darche XL 100, or the RS-1 Stretcher. All of these have a bed width of 100cm, but the external dimensions may vary based on the length of the end poles.
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
Stretcher for 900 dual single swag.1 answer
Hi i was wondering if this stretcher will fit a 23zero 900 dual king single swag? TIA
Darren - Glenmore Park, NSW (1 year ago)
Yep! 23Zero have designed the Husky stretcher to be used in conjunction with their swags. Whilst its not the same model as the Dual, you can see the Bandit swag on the stretcher in the product photos - these two swags have the same footprint.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Width of stretcher1 answer
Hello, is the actual bed 100 cm wide or does that include the width of the end poles? Will you be doing a YouTube video on this soon?
John - Geary(3 years ago)
The external dimensions usually refer to the widest points, and given that this stretcher is designed for use with the 23Zero 900 Swag range I'd comfortably say that this is 100cm wide at the end poles. In terms of a youtube video we have a heaving list of gear to get through, but make sure you're subscribed to our YouTube channel so you dont miss out when we do get around to it!
Lauren - Snowys(3 years ago)
Will a 23Zero 1100 bandit fit on this stretcher1 answer
I recently purchased a 23Zero 1100 Bandit and was wondering if it would fit ok on this stretcher? Cheers
Dean - Cooranbong (3 years ago)
The Husky 100 is about 10cm narrower than your Bandit 1100, and has been designed to be a perfect fit for the Bandit 900. You could put your Bandit 1100 on this stretcher, however, you'll end up with a bit of unsupported overhang, which mich cause a few tensioning issues.