I got my ENO about 10 years ago at a town festival. Always like it except it always seemed to have too much fabric in the width. I would put my alarm in the pocket and flip it over myself, completely encasing myself. Kept the bugs off. Only after joining this forum a month ago did I find out I had an ENO double Nest (78" wide). Now I may be getting bigger but not as big as two people. I want a DIY at 60" wide. I found that having the extra width makes it harder to get out of since the sides come up higher.
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I made a DIY to the double nest specs. It was the most comfortable I have ever tried. The only problem I had was I can't get out of _any_ top loader without an assist line. But since it was my indoor sleeper I just hitched one up. The extra fabric didn't bother me. But I got a really good diagonal lie.
I may be slow... But I sure am gimpy.
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Mrs. Loftus to Huck Finn
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Bobbin Tension - A Personal Viewpoint
Here's a link to a thread I started recently, on the same subject. There's a video included.
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