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    Does the saver series habanero have a lay direction like the regular habanero?

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    Great new product line ! Keep up the great work George and best of luck moving again~



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bizzz View Post
    Does the saver series habanero have a lay direction like the regular habanero?
    NO. In order to save some labor costs we're just offering straight baffles with the Savers

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    What is the weight of the 60" version? I think it's misprinted on the website. It says 29.8 ounces- which would make the 60" much heavier than the larger UQs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgecarr View Post
    NO. In order to save some labor costs we're just offering straight baffles with the Savers
    Sounds good, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rweb82 View Post
    What is the weight of the 60" version? I think it's misprinted on the website. It says 29.8 ounces- which would make the 60" much heavier than the larger UQs.
    Fixed.It's 19.8oz. I'm sure we'll find a typo or two

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgecarr View Post
    Fixed.It's 19.8oz. I'm sure we'll find a typo or two
    No worries! Thanks for the quick reply.

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    What length would you recommend for a full length UQ to cover you head to toe for someone who is 5'6" (66 inches)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roundtrip Raven View Post
    What length would you recommend for a full length UQ to cover you head to toe for someone who is 5'6" (66 inches)?
    Directly from George's web site:
    * - Quilt sizing. Quilt sizing is not an exact science as some folks like their quilts around their necks while others like to pull them over their heads. That being said the follow numbers are a general guide to follow:
    70" -up to 5'6"
    75" - up to 6'1"
    80" - up to 6'3" ish

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailSlug View Post
    Directly from George's web site:
    * - Quilt sizing. Quilt sizing is not an exact science as some folks like their quilts around their necks while others like to pull them over their heads. That being said the follow numbers are a general guide to follow:
    70" -up to 5'6"
    75" - up to 6'1"
    80" - up to 6'3" ish
    Thanks TrailSlug. I saw those recommendations, but they were for George's TQ. I'm looking for the measurements for an UQ.

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but is the usual suggestion to add 3 inches to your height? Or maybe 5?

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