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  1. #261
    Senior Member breyman's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonRox View Post
    I still haven't heard anything about the order I placed on 3-15 four weeks now figured I would have heard something even if it's to let me know that it is going to take a little longer. The waiting is killing me.
    Send Brandon an email via the Contact Us page on his site. He's pretty good at responding within a day or so.
    Brian
    Denver, CO
    Father. Husband. Scoutmaster.

  2. #262
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    So what are the average wait times looking like now? 3 to 4 weeks?

  3. #263
    New Member DonRox's Avatar
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    Thanks Breyman

    Quote Originally Posted by breyman View Post
    Send Brandon an email via the Contact Us page on his site. He's pretty good at responding within a day or so.
    Did this very thing yesterday hope to hear something tomorrow one way or another.

  4. #264
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    New here

    Hi everyone

    I'm new here and just wanted to say hi and toss my name onto the waiting list - I just ordered a WBBB and mamajamba tarp and I'm really looking forward to it. I had no idea hammocks had come as far as they have from the backyard lounger until one of the other dads in my son's scout troop mentioned he was looking at them. And now that the ground is getting hard as I get older I figured why not!

    I'm just hoping I'll get in time for the next trip the first weekend of May, but from reading this I'm thinking it isn't likely. Maybe I'll drop Brandon an email and see if there is something he has in stock that might ship sooner.

    Dave

  5. #265
    Senior Member Slo's Avatar
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    Welcome DSV. That's what I'd do.

    Hammocks are definitely picking up here in Ohio.
    "I ain't here for a long time, I'm here for a good time"

    - George Strait

  6. #266
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    Thanks Slo

    I already sent him one

    I got the 1.1 double so I could put my sleeping pad in there until I can afford a quilt, but if one of the singles is in stock and shippable I'd be willing to take that and deal with not having the sleeve for the pad. I'll see what he says and go from there.

    Hopefully I'll be posting pic's of my first hang in the next few weeks.

    Dave

  7. #267
    Senior Member snidetripod's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by snidetripod View Post
    Ordered my Super Fly middle of March, e payment cleared March 28, received shipping confirmation April 8, and hopefully it will show up next week.
    Received Email notification from USPS that my package has cleared Canadian Customs. Should only be a few days now. I am SSSSOOOO EXCITED!!!!!!
    Check out my youtube channel. Vids about hammock camping, geocaching and outdoor fun.
    Adventures With Snide Tripod

  8. #268
    Senior Member Slo's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsvick View Post
    Thanks Slo

    I already sent him one

    I got the 1.1 double so I could put my sleeping pad in there until I can afford a quilt, but if one of the singles is in stock and shippable I'd be willing to take that and deal with not having the sleeve for the pad. I'll see what he says and go from there.

    Hopefully I'll be posting pic's of my first hang in the next few weeks.

    Dave
    Well if you have to go that route, you can always buy some reflectix (15.00 for 25'x20") and just stuff it in your bag to keep it under you and keep the hassle to a minimum.
    "I ain't here for a long time, I'm here for a good time"

    - George Strait

  9. #269
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    So finally, I ordered a total set up(tarp hammock UQ even stakes and CB's on the Fifth of March, got my tracking number on the fifth of april, and it arrived an hour ago (Australia). I havent hung it up yet, given that the day is so young, but in half an hour I will have, complete with thorough review (Hurray!). Brandon was right on the money letting me know their was a three to four week lead time on all orders, and USPS surprisingly came through in seven working day, keeping true to their word. So Im shortly about too be a much happier camper.

  10. #270
    Senior Member breyman's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swingking View Post
    So finally, I ordered a total set up(tarp hammock UQ even stakes and CB's on the Fifth of March, got my tracking number on the fifth of april, and it arrived an hour ago (Australia). I havent hung it up yet, given that the day is so young, but in half an hour I will have, complete with thorough review (Hurray!). Brandon was right on the money letting me know their was a three to four week lead time on all orders, and USPS surprisingly came through in seven working day, keeping true to their word. So Im shortly about too be a much happier camper.
    Congrats on a great new set of gear! Brandon's entire lineup is fantastic. I haven't found a single piece of gear I've ordered from him that I don't love.
    Brian
    Denver, CO
    Father. Husband. Scoutmaster.

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