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    Quote Originally Posted by iRokk View Post
    So after reading this I compared the Incubator 20 to the JRB Mt Washington 3. Anyone have experience with both? The Mt Wasington is just a few oz lighter, a bit more expensive, and uses 800 fill (vs 900 in the Incubator). It would be nice to get a comparison from someone who has tried both.
    I cant speak to the JRB but the Incubator 20 is awesome. I used that in a wide temp range 35-59 degrees and I was perfect. I know it could go colder also. Ive heard good things about JRB and am sure you would do just fine with either one.

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    enlightened equipment works on my yukon which is basically a eno clone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jtupnsmoke View Post
    The Hammock Gear Incubator fits my Eno Doublenest like a glove. I also bought a 3/4 length shell from underquilts.com and it fits great too. It's a nice option if you can sew a somewhat straight line and stuff your own down. Saves a little money, but you can't beat the quality of the HG stuff.
    Second. With the whoopies on the ENO, the hg incubator clips right to the loops in seconds and hangs beautifully. It's even easier than putting it on a Hennessy.
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    Best of luck getting it! Post pictures!

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    I will try to post pictures as soon as I'm able to get it but being a poor college student is making the process of scratching up the money a slow task!
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    I too, sing the Incubator's praises. It is so comfortable, and user friendly.

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    I think I'm leaning more towards getting the incubator. Where I live, the coldest weather I go camping in is generally the low 20s with the occasional wind chill bringing it down to the mid to upper teens. Would the incubator 20 be warm enough or should I just go ahead and get the incubator 0?
    "The mountains are calling and I must go." -John Muir

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    If the lower teens are the coldest temps you'd experience, and you're mostly above 30 or so, I'd probably stick with a 20, and layer up for those chillier nights. You could always get a couple of ounces overstuffing if you're mostly a cold weather hanger!

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    Okay thanks! I think I'll get the 20 then. About how much more warmth does each ounce of overfill add?
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