We jumped on the christmas sale and for the cost of two expeditions got two scouts included free!
Great deal for someone on a budget...i have slept in the scout and found it just fine...5'10 175lbs.
Also, Hennessey has a big sale around October, and you can get some great deals.
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I'm convinced that comfort in a hammock is in large part a personal thing. I was surprised to find that a tall friend of mine enjoys his Grand Trunk Nano. This was hard for me to believe at first because if he was laying on his back, his feet would easily fall off the side. I found that he side sleeps, with great comfort and delight, in his Nano. HYOH, right?
I've got a large collection of hammocks and I can get comfortable in all of them. I have favorites for different reasons, but I'll gladly take any hammock over the ground.
Exercise, eat right, die anyway -- Country Roads bumper sticker
Fall seven times, standup eight. -- Japanese Proverb
Hennesey and ENO have done a great job in the marketing department. They set themselves up to mass produce alot of hammocks and get them sold in many outdoor retailers. The cottage guys here are different. Its their passion and they dont want the headaches of becoming a walmart of hammocks/gear. So they stay small and focus on serving a niche market and do a very good job at it. Sometimes their success backfires as they get so good but dont have the mass production resources!
I still have my original hennesey that I picked up at REI before HF even existed and I like it, but have been sleeping in my WBBB for a few years now.