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  1. #11
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    To all of you whose spouses are getting suspicious of all the packages from Dutch, you are very welcome to have them shipped to my address. I promise to use it all.
    If you prepare for failure you will probably succeed.

  2. #12
    Senior Member outdooraddict's Avatar
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    I'm trying to decide on what to convince my wife that I need

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    I made a purchase yesterday..... worse thing about ordering from dutch is the wait. It's not Dutch's fault, not USPS fault.... Not even the fact I'm accross the planet in Asia. It's the fact i'm unemployed and have nothing else to wait for. Boohoo me and when I receive this shipment.... i'll be looking at the next.

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    To avoid spousal complaints about Dutchware, i have found it better to have it delivered to work. Instead of a suspicious spouse, my co-workers think I am being a devoted and loving husband who is getting lots of bling for his wife.
    Discretion is the better of valor

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    I understand the idea of being a Dutch Addict. The service from Dutchware is great but the toy's they sell are even better. Have only dealt with one other vendor here with good results. It's what you expect from this forum.

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    Great prices on really neat stuff. Just received my second order; both were shipped same day and were delivered in two business days. I full heartedly enjoy sending my money to Dutch.

    Just need to practice some more before stitching up all of this sil-argon.

  7. #17
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    I made my first order today. At first I was holding off because I "wanted to be a man and use knots and a minimum of hardware" I learned lots of new knots etc, and I'm glad I did that, but now I want to work smarter no harder.

    Got some dutch clips for my tree straps, some dutch hooks for my tarp ridgeline, and some tarp door clips. It's a pita to tie and untie tarp doors when you have to get up to water the trees in the middle of the night. Gonna make a continuous loop with a tarp door clip on it and larkshead to my door tie out. easy attach to some line with a loop in the end. This is going to be awsome.

    dutch hooks replace mini carabiners on my tarp ridge line, dropping bulk and weight, while being stronger at the same time.
    dutch clips will be used instead of passing tree strap through itself speeding setup and teardown. thought about using climbing carabiners, but too large and heavy.

    If I move to lash-it for my ridge line I'll be back for some stingers. currently using the niteize figure 9 for that due to the teeth on some cheap polly cord. won't want the teeth on the lash-it, so dutch is the only answer to that issue

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    I'm a car camper for the most part, so I don't have a problem with other hardware options from brands like Nite Ize, but Dutch has some sweet stuff and has improved upon offerings from other brands. I'm new to the hammock game, but even if it doesn't turn out that hammocks are for me, I'm glad this forum turned me on to Dutch gear, as a lot of his stuff is relevant to anyone interested in the outdoors.

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