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    Member maggot's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by spaceweaseal View Post
    I received mine a 9am today and had it setup by 9:15am. I probably would of been alittle confused but thanks to the OP's video setup was fast and simple.
    It is pretty comfortable and seems to have more room in it than my Clark Tx 250.
    I will sleep in it for the next few days and tweek the setup alittle but I think it will be a keeper.


    Please post a review once you get a few nights into it.

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    a short video of my dd modular jungle hammock with my jarbridge river uq and my wilderness logics big daddy 12 tarp on bear islandneo


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUipR_6Mez0
    the matrix has you

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    Senior Member Cali's Avatar
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    Used mine at the SC Fall Sprawl and love it. It is so roomy inside.
    "No whining in the woods"

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    Mine will be here tomorrow!!!!!!!!! So looking forward to it!!!!!!! Awesome videos and picture to all!!! Thanks

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    I have had mine for about two weeks now and have slept in it about 10 nights. For the price you can't beat it and the comfort level surpassed my expectations. I really can't find anything wrong with it and the customer service was excellent.
    I'm a Happy Hanger

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    Senior Member SirMarkos's Avatar
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    As far as comfort goes, how would you say these feel compared to a HH? I own one and it's by far my most comfortable. Also, the HH is extremely easy to get into and out of compared to my other cheapish gathered end hammocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirMarkos View Post
    As far as comfort goes, how would you say these feel compared to a HH? I own one and it's by far my most comfortable. Also, the HH is extremely easy to get into and out of compared to my other cheapish gathered end hammocks.
    I'm afraid I can't compare it to a Hennessy as I don't own one. I'd say that, on it's own, the Jungle hammock isn't quite as comfy as a standard gathered end hammock because you don't get that same diagonal lay. It is far roomier though and that's an easy trade off for me - and not much of a trade off at that.

    Add in an air mattress and it's the warmest, most comfy hammock I've ever slept in.

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    Senior Member SirMarkos's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanRomani View Post
    I'm afraid I can't compare it to a Hennessy as I don't own one. I'd say that, on it's own, the Jungle hammock isn't quite as comfy as a standard gathered end hammock because you don't get that same diagonal lay. It is far roomier though and that's an easy trade off for me - and not much of a trade off at that.

    Add in an air mattress and it's the warmest, most comfy hammock I've ever slept in.
    Thanks! I've seen your reviews of the Jungle hammock and it seems extremely versatile. I'm looking forward to finally trying mine out this weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanRomani View Post
    DD Sent me their 2013 Jungle Hammock for review, which I thought was odd considering how new I am to all this but hey, I'm not complaining!

    Here's the video:



    I tried to go into as much detail as possible with it being so new and I wanted to get it out asap so it's not my best work but I'll do a shorter better video after I've lived with it for a while.

    Let me know what you think (either here or on my channel).

    Dan
    I'm selling this Modular Jungle Hammock on eBay if anyone is interested; http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DD-Superli.../361938194052?

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