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  1. #31
    Member SinisterMinister's Avatar
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    Really like the site, PapaSmurf...I giggled when I noticed the pack opened as I dragged a hammock to it. Great concept. Now to save my pennies.
    Dutch: Hammock is probably more weight but who wants to lay on the ground? I pee on the ground.

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    Senior Member J.Andersons's Avatar
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    Seems nice start in hammock business, and i'm positively surprised that if I look in pack, I see shipping rate to Latvia automaticallyno more need to calculate manually and enter country.
    Also pictures are more than 1000 words.
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    Senior Member mangus7175's Avatar
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    I like the simple layout and it's easy to navigate. Congratulations on the launch!

    Had this toy on my desk and seemed fitting

  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corncob View Post
    Not sure how it's all configured, but dragging and dropping to the pack doesn't work very well with the hammock layers b/c it autoselects black. I'm not sure if you can disallow that for certain products though. Not a huge deal, but I figured if you were asking for feedback I'd get nit-picky
    No problem. Dragging configurable items into the pack automatiacally selects the default options. You can always open the pack and tweak each item. I chose Black as a default, because I'd hate to build anyone but DivaB a Fushia hammock by mistake.

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    Senior Member Corncob's Avatar
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    No problem. Dragging configurable items into the pack automatiacally selects the default options. You can always open the pack and tweak each item. I chose Black as a default, because I'd hate to build anyone but DivaB a Fushia hammock by mistake.
    Ah, I didn't look in my pack and try to configure from there! Makes complete sense then, and a nice feature at that.

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    I just built myself a 90 wide black/silver model with wkoopies and straps in like 5 seconds. Didn't order it, I'm waiting to see what other options show up. Where I live, I need no see um netting for 2/3 of the year, will that be an option in the future? PapaSmurf, you rock! I can honestly say, I will without a doubt be making numerous purchases in the future.

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    Brilliant concept. A fully customizable hammock. Even the color !!

    Obviously there will be tweaks, as mentioned earlier, weights are important.
    Maybe not just weights of fabric, but a running tally of the hammock weight as you build it with each add-on would be good.

    Also maybe explaining what each size (60 vs 90) in relation to a persons size and comfort.

    Keep up the good work!

    Sorry, Brilliant concept? i should have said brilliant. Period.
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    CONGRATULATIONS PS!!!! Much success in your launch. Like the site too!

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    Still playing around with the site, trying different configs.

    So let's say I buy a Dream 60" double layer, and I don't want to buy a suspension, tree straps or ridgeline. Would I expect to get a hammock with Amsteel 7/64" chain links through the channels, to which I could hook my own suspension, ridgeline, etc.?

    It's not readily apparent to me, but maybe I'm thick.

    I'm also noob enough not to know what an Amsteel chain link is - is that a continuous loop?

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