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    Can the wooki be used successfully with other hammocks from other vendors? I know it won't "fit" like it does on a WBBB - but can it still be attached like other vendors' UQs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cougarmeat View Post
    Can the wooki be used successfully with other hammocks from other vendors? I know it won't "fit" like it does on a WBBB - but can it still be attached like other vendors' UQs?
    https://youtu.be/sZLOohju7dk

    Here's a video for using a wookie on non warbonnet hammocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougarmeat View Post
    Can the wooki be used successfully with other hammocks from other vendors? I know it won't "fit" like it does on a WBBB - but can it still be attached like other vendors' UQs?
    I use my Wooki XL on a Chameleon and the fit is excellent. I just added a 10" loop of cord to the head end of the UQ and it snugs up to the hammock nicely.

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    Just make sure to keep the rubber band installed exactly like you got it from Warbonnet as a fail-safe especially when you're using the Wooki with other hammocks. It's easy to set it up too tight, and the fabric can and does rip when stressed too much.

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    I've never felt a cold draft with my Wooki. Quick, easy to hang. I sleep great with it both on my back and side.

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    My 0 degree Wooki just arrived today. It looks beautiful. I'm going to clip it onto my new El Dorado real soon.

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