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    WarmWindow knock-off from Wiggy's

    Wiggy's has a quilted, lined, machine washable, synthetic insulation product for $9.50 per yard. That's about one half to one third the price of WarmWindow. It does not have a vapor barrier.

    "...insulated window covering has as its core Lamilite. The two exterior fabrics are cotton poly blend material."

    This stuff might be useful. I may get a couple of yards and try some ideas... Tee-Dee's insulated over-cover, or maybe a custom-shaped top quilt, or a two-thirds UQ insert for my MacKAQ.

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    Wiggy is the man!! He is a American who builds a better America. We would do well in supporting his business more. His products are bombproof, warm and made in the U.S.A.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    Wiggy is the man!! He is a American who builds a better America. We would do well in supporting his business more. His products are bombproof, warm and made in the U.S.A.
    totally agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    Wiggy is the man!! He is a American who builds a better America. We would do well in supporting his business more. His products are bombproof, warm and made in the U.S.A.
    I had one of his bags issued to me, top shelf stuff, nearly GI proof. His stuff is almost TOO bulletproof for a LW conscious type like myself.

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    +1 on the Wiggy's. The guy is something of a character but stands by his gear. When my washing machine ripped the liner of my bag I sent it back and he repaired it no charge. Just had to pay shipping there.

    But, they are bulky and heavy if you are a "downer".....
    But, you can get into one wet and it will keep you alive and warm.....

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