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    Wooki

    I just used my new Wooki for the first time last weekend. It truly is an attach and forget product. It never moved on me at all. I'm very impressed. Since the hammock I was using wasn't whipped like a blackbird at the ends, I larkheaded a long shockcord loop on the head end cord and tied some ladder knots about a half inch apart in the shock cord so I could put a caribiner through the appropriate hole to get just the right tension for the hang. I highly recommend this quilt as it ends the constant fiddling I'm always doing with my other uq's. Nice work.
    A lotta ins... lotta outs... lotta what-have-you's

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    I'll be taking my new Wooki out tonight for the first time. They're calling for showers in the early AM, with temps in the mid fifties. (Looking forward to rain tapping on my tarp!) I expect I'll be toasty warm all night!!

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    I love my Wooki (that should be a bumper sticker).
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    I've got 2. I've never had to adjust my wookie. Ever. Truly set and forget.

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    Well, we got COMPLETELY rained out! It started to POUR before we were even able to get out to go to the camp site. The Blackbird XLC and Wooki will have to wait for another day.

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    Just hang the tarp first. Be wild, be free!!

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    We all got Wooki's here, the 3 Season, plus I have a Scandi Wooki. They are great and work well with other hammocks too.
    I spend more time making stuff than I do using it all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by curlymaple42 View Post
    We all got Wooki's here, the 3 Season, plus I have a Scandi Wooki. They are great and work well with other hammocks too.
    Are you adding any cord to wookie for it to fit right in other hammock ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Got Sag View Post
    Are you adding any cord to wookie for it to fit right in other hammock ?

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    The Wooki should fit a 10' hammock and the Wooki XL should fit an 11' hammock but yes, when I fit the XL to my Walhalla 11' hammock I did have to add a couple inches with a dogbone and biner. An adjustable cord would be a good idea really on both ends as the Wooki is designed for the head heavy end of the Blackbird line. It was ready to adjust it right though.

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    I spend more time making stuff than I do using it all!

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    What holds the Wooki to the hammock at the "Head box" and Foot Box" ?
    When I lay in the WBBB XLC, my feet push the hammock fabric out creating the "foot box" (The shape of the net allows the fabric to go out creating the foot box)
    So what makes the Wooki UQ shread out with the hammock? is the UQ attached to the hammock at this area?

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    Slack

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