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    Debi Jaytee's Avatar
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    I have one for my lounger hammock, the one ill set up to lay around in to read a book etc. when I go camping, I take my Hennessy. If I'm car camping, I take both, just because I can
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    Senior Member Hoot's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwrider View Post
    I would like to purchase the ENO net but want to make sure I have the right idea, is there something better?
    I should mention I own a few Hennessy's but I just want my ENO to work when the bugs are out.
    It is Heavy and Not that great!

    Go with the already mentioned options. I hear the BIAS Version is pretty Amazing.
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    Senior Member bmwrider's Avatar
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    The net will mainly be used for car camping and lounging, as Debi said I backpack mainly with one of my Hennessy's but I will use my ENO for day hikes, car camping and lounging?
    Last edited by bmwrider; 06-07-2013 at 09:49.

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    New Member aship's Avatar
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    Do you recommend the guardian net

    ENO's net it heavy and hot. It doesn't breath as well as some of the nets out there. The only reason I got and keep mine is because the wife said that she wanted it. Hope this helps.
    Aaron

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    Senior Member bmwrider's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by aship View Post
    ENO's net it heavy and hot. It doesn't breath as well as some of the nets out there. The only reason I got and keep mine is because the wife said that she wanted it. Hope this helps.
    Aaron
    Yes it does, I don't need a high performance net but if I can get better for the money I will get something else.

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    Senior Member gcy24's Avatar
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    I believe the bias buginator is cheaper. Don't hold me to that though.
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    Senior Member bmwrider's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcy24 View Post
    I believe the bias buginator is cheaper. Don't hold me to that though.
    I will have to give the buginator a try, I got the ENO for $40 so I had to give it a try.

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    New Member Eastern Mountain Hiker's Avatar
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    I made a bug net out of no see um netting for my ENO hammock. It only weighs 1.9 ounces. But it's only good for when your laying down as it only covers just the head end. I made it that way because typically my feet are in a sleeping bag.

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    Senior Member bmwrider's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastern Mountain Hiker View Post
    I made a bug net out of no see um netting for my ENO hammock. It only weighs 1.9 ounces. But it's only good for when your laying down as it only covers just the head end. I made it that way because typically my feet are in a sleeping bag.
    Yeah I plan to use a sea to summit head net the same way for my minimal gear hikes.

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