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Thread: ENO Durability?

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    Glad they took care of you. I just bought my Eno and have been extremely happy with it.

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    I have been impressed with the ENO quality. I use my DN/whoopies in my daypack.

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    I think I might have found the issue. My new hammock seems to have a thicker fabric. I also noticed while I was stuffing my hammock in the stuff sack I noticed that I was digging my nails around the same spot as the hole that I made in my hammock which might have punctured the stuff sack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by park View Post
    I think I might have found the issue. My new hammock seems to have a thicker fabric. I also noticed while I was stuffing my hammock in the stuff sack I noticed that I was digging my nails around the same spot as the hole that I made in my hammock which might have punctured the stuff sack.
    I have seen people do this with sleeping bags alot at work, so your not alone.

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    Before I return this hammock what are the advantages of having a smaller hammock if any.

    EDIT: I accidently posted in the wrong thread please ignore this post.
    Last edited by park; 06-19-2013 at 14:22.

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    Re: ENO Durability?

    Quote Originally Posted by park View Post
    Before I return this hammock what are the advantages of having a smaller hammock if any.
    You're returning the hammock again? That explains why they just changed their return policy because people are abusing it.

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    Re: ENO Durability?

    Quote Originally Posted by xcrazydx View Post
    You're returning the hammock again? That explains why they just changed their return policy because people are abusing it.
    Oh sorry I posted in the wrong thread the reason I'm returning my hammock again is because the hammock that I got is about ten inches shorter than ENO's specs and 5-6 inches thinner.

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    It sounds like a ENO single nest. You might look into a Grand Trunk Double or better yet a Kammok. I have a couple of ENO Double Nests, but the longer length hammocks feel more comfortable to me.

    Check out my comparison in the Reviews section: ENO vs Grand Trunk vs Kammok

    As far as durability goes, my kids have beaten my ENOs up (even swinging enough to snap a set of Slap Straps through), and they're still good. The only thing to go bad was the compression straps around the outside of the bag - the stitching frayed out.

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    ENO Durability?

    Definitely a fabric flaw earlier - those looked like the equivalent of stretch marks for fabric. Weird.

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    Just got back from four days of camping
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