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  1. #11

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    I will take the 40 UQ if it is not already taken. Otherwise I would be interested in the 20 version. Just want to know if it takes up much more space in my pack and if it is suitable for summer camping. I do most of my camping spring through fall

  2. #12
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    Lol, was just going to say I'll pull the trigger on the 20* Incubator UQ. If Hotone hasn't already confirmed, I'll take it. $200 plus $16 shipping right?

  3. #13
    Senior Member sturgeon's Avatar
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    Updates

    Blackbird sold.
    Underquilt Protector sold.
    Brasslite turbo 2 stove sold.
    40 F Incubator sold.

    20 F Incubator sold to Hotone pending payment. Brady is 2nd in line if that doesn't work out.

    Still available:

    Integral Designs Siltarp 1... $50 plus shipping
    Brasslite Turbo 1 stove..... $15 plus shipping
    JRB Bridge Hammock dlx...$170 plus shipping
    Clikstand with windscreen... $40 plus shipping

    Thanks for your understanding, all. The thread suddenly got busy after a week of inactivity. Took me by surprise. Sorry if i was slow to reply.
    Last edited by sturgeon; 04-06-2013 at 13:09. Reason: spelling and update

  4. #14
    Senior Member gastar's Avatar
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    What is your ideal system?

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    Senior Member sturgeon's Avatar
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    Ideal system for me?

    This in no way is an indication that i don't like the products i'm selling...i love them, but i have too much stuff.

    But since you asked...
    Warbonnet Ridgerunner, WB stock cinch buckle suspension, Dutch clips, 20*F Lynx UQ, Hammock Gear 40*F Burrow TQ. MEC Go pillow.
    Cloudburst Tarp with Dutch Stingerz, hammock forums mini lineloc tie outs and hammock forums stakes!

    Reasons: Bridge style is more comfy for me...had knee and foot issues in gathered end hammocks. Suspension is dead simple, works every time, can't be left behind on the tree (done that). UQs just fit better on bridge hammocks...no tweaking, no gaps, no shoulder slip...the Lynx is amazing. 40F Burrow is all I need on top if my backside is warm. Dutch clips are easy and light. Stingers are easy, and can easily be moved to another tarp.
    Still not sold on the tarp 100% but time will tell! Kept my Edge tarp, too.
    Last edited by sturgeon; 04-06-2013 at 20:31.

  6. #16
    Senior Member gastar's Avatar
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    Thanks Sturgeon, yeah you got me curious. Everyones ideal setup will be different.
    Sounds good. Ill have to check out a Lynx some time.

  7. #17
    Senior Member sturgeon's Avatar
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    Yeah, it's funny how i used to be all about lightness, and now comfort and ease of use are more important. Guess i'm getting old!

  8. #18
    Senior Member sturgeon's Avatar
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    Updates

    Blackbird sold.
    Underquilt Protector sold.
    Brasslite turbo 2 stove sold.
    40 F Incubator sold.
    20 F Incubator sold.

    Still available:

    Integral Designs Siltarp 1... $50 plus shipping
    Brasslite Turbo 1 stove..... $15 plus shipping
    JRB Bridge Hammock dlx...$170 plus shipping
    Clikstand with windscreen... $40 plus shipping

  9. #19
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    Darn, should have acted faster...thanks for update.

  10. #20

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    Re: Canucks:WBBB, BMBH, HG UQs, UQP, Siltarp, stoves

    Thanks again for the sweet UQ. It was a pleasure to meet you. Very excited to try it out. Highly recommend dealing with sturgen.

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