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    Canada go to TARGET

    Same kind of stuff but target is a little nicer store. The hammocks are amazing and last year in Bellingham I got a super good puncho for $14.99. The puncho was $59.99 online. But day to day it's a cleaner Walmart.
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    I just got in touch with my sister in Windsor to pick up 1 or 2 for me.

    If they are not in Windsor, I would gladly pay someone else to pick up a few and send 2 to me

    The Target in St. John's won't open any time soon.

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    Canada go to TARGET

    Quick review. The hammock is fairly well made with triple stitching everywhere. At 9x4 it is small but completely comfortable. The suspension is a total joke but easily replaceable with $3 worth of amsteel. Very eno like in storage bag and size. I had a nap in it today and it did stretch a little but nothing crazy. Over all I'd give the hammock a 7/10 and the price a 25/10. I would never trade my BIAS or even a ENO DN for one but for back yard or kid use I think this hammock fits the bill.
    Carpe noctem!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeinajeep View Post
    Quick review. The hammock is fairly well made with triple stitching everywhere. At 9x4 it is small but completely comfortable. The suspension is a total joke but easily replaceable with $3 worth of amsteel. Very eno like in storage bag and size. I had a nap in it today and it did stretch a little but nothing crazy. Over all I'd give the hammock a 7/10 and the price a 25/10. I would never trade my BIAS or even a ENO DN for one but for back yard or kid use I think this hammock fits the bill.
    Thanks for the mini review. Any of these that I get will be for the kids for sure. I am glad that they seem to be of some quality.

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