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    Senior Member Free Home's Avatar
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    SOLD: Dream Hammock - Dangerbird/M50

    I picked up a Dream Hammock Dangerbird about a month ago and need to thin my hammock collection:

    Here is details of the Dream hammock DangerBird 60 hammock, 60" wide x 132" long, 2.3oz SL woodland camo, black 1.1 hoods and hunter green M50 overcover (ultralight .69 oz/sq yd!). Ready to hang, see below for suspension options. Includes adjustable ridgeline, rl organizer, 3/32" tieouts, bishop bag. Cinch buckle suspension, no carabiners. Underquilt not included.

    The net has a little run about 4 inches. It got caught in the zipper but not torn. Please see pictures for details. The M50 overcover is in perfect condition. 29 5/8 oz with cinch buckles. Head left, feet right

    Price is $150 shipped CONUS only please. Paypal only.. Great deal on a great hammock.

    Please post "I will take it" in forum.
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    Last edited by Free Home; 11-22-2013 at 20:53. Reason: Underquilt not included added.
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    total weight?

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    Senior Member Free Home's Avatar
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    29 5/8 oz. in the bag with the cinch buckles attached
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    is it a right lay or left

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    Senior Member Free Home's Avatar
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    Updated OP with answer. It is a head left, feet right lay. Thanks for asking.
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    Looks like a nice hammock! Wondering why you got single layer instead of double layer like your WBBB? If this were double layer, I'd be much more interested ...

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    Senior Member Free Home's Avatar
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    It was for a winter hammock. And I use quilts full time. Thanks for asking.
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    I'm surprised this lasted overnight...great deal here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Free Home View Post
    It was for a winter hammock. And I use quilts full time. Thanks for asking.
    Hmm. I like the flexibility of adding one or more pads to supplement the UQ when it is cold. Sadly, I'm passing on this fine deal.

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    I'll take it!

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