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    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodile Sanders View Post
    I kind of left this thread hanging....

    The replacement full-length NoNet is perfect! Well, it is now that I rigged it with Whoopie Slings It is pretty much just like my JH without any netting, and just a bit longer. Super comfortable.

    I'll have no hesitation ordering Claytor again if and when the need arises, he made it right and that's all I can ask for.
    Now there you go! Just like mine, NN a tad longer! And Super comfortable! Narrow with No Net = PeaPod works better than with anything else. Which means: works GREAT!
    Apparently, signature that I used from 2006 no longer tolerated so now deleted.

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    Got my camping hammock in just a few days. Very nice. Was comfy to lay in

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGtraildog View Post
    Got my camping hammock in just a few days. Very nice. Was comfy to lay in
    Mine seems to get more comfortable with use!
    Hangin' round beats on the ground...
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    I really love the way the NoNet takes advantage of any breeze. I have a small shady woods area in my yard and if there is any breeze at all, I can beat the heat with the NoNet.
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    Hey Croc in Hartselle, I know it's a couple months later, but, let me see if I know the answer to the NoNet's coolness. The way I read the Claytor website, the Jungle Hammock is about 10 feet long and the body is waterproof, while the NoNet is offered in 10 foot (long version) or 8 foot (short version), which is the same length as the Expedition Hammock, which is NOT waterproof, but breathable. Might be why it's cooler in a breeze. Now what I would like to know, and maybe Neo or someone that has both lengths, is 8 feet too short? Alabama needs a breathable hammock in the summer and would need the net for the bloodsuckin' birds we call skeeters.

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    Just received my nonet and can't wait to try it out. I have the peapod and am going by BillyBob's recommendation. Hope to check it out soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Kenton View Post
    Hey Croc in Hartselle, I know it's a couple months later, but, let me see if I know the answer to the NoNet's coolness. The way I read the Claytor website, the Jungle Hammock is about 10 feet long and the body is waterproof, while the NoNet is offered in 10 foot (long version) or 8 foot (short version), which is the same length as the Expedition Hammock, which is NOT waterproof, but breathable. Might be why it's cooler in a breeze. Now what I would like to know, and maybe Neo or someone that has both lengths, is 8 feet too short? Alabama needs a breathable hammock in the summer and would need the net for the bloodsuckin' birds we call skeeters.
    Oh man I just noticed this, here is my $.02 about it: I think it is more that the NoNet doesn't have netting, and the sides are not high, such as you find on a ENO DN (which my son has). Netting is a barrier to slight breezes, but mandatory to avoid involuntary blood donations to the skeeter swarm . But during the day when it is warm and the skeeters are not swarming, I like the NoNet very much.

    The construction materials of the double bottom are the same as for the JH, as far as I can tell.

    And 8' is too short a length, except maybe for a small child.
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