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  1. #11
    Senior Member KMACK's Avatar
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    Oh...but I will be getting a WB Traveler soon

  2. #12
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    Yah i think im gonna go with the WBBB for now. I actually convinced my friend to get one over the hennessy explorer and the BB feels nice compared to my brothers Eno doublenest.
    Ill probably get the Double nest deluxe eventually to chill around the lawn in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    Hello there. Two different animals here. The Blackbird has an intergrated bugnet and is geared more towards backpacking and camping and has features such as a shelf for storing small items and a footbox for a comfortable, flat lay. The ENO is more of a lounging hammock and to use it for more than that you would have to get a separate bugnet. If you need a hammock to go backpacking get the Blackbird and if you want to lounge, maybe take it on a dayhike or cozy up with someone special, then get the ENO. There are other differences but these are the basic ones. Just my opinions.
    What he said. Camping = WBBB, Lounging = ENO

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    Member Camomeleon's Avatar
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    I just Received my Blackbird Double Layer 1.7oz (olive green). And let me tell you it is Awesome!!! I weigh about 250 lbs. and there is plenty of room and very comfy. And I just love the Foot-box. to me WBBB is the best Hammock out there!!!! BAR NONE!!!!!
    If you see me on the trail...DON'T YELL!...DON'T BAIL!... Its just your BOY, Camomeleon!!!

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    Senior Member Big Joe's Avatar
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    I have the ENO double dlx and a 1.7 dbl BB last night was my first night sleeping in the BB and it was a much more comfortable sleep. So I can see the BB becoming my full time sleeper it was more comfortable than my $3,000 mattress. But this just my thoughts after sleeping in both
    Backpacking: An extended form of hiking in which people carry double the amount of gear they need for half the distance they planned to go in twice the time it should take. ~Author Unknown
    Big Joe

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