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    Great Deal!

    For anyone looking for a hammock net, Moontrail has the Exped net for 61% off:

    http://www.moontrail.com/exped-scout-mosquito-net.php

    Hope this can help someone.

    BF

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    interesting. I wonder if buying the noseeum and a zipper would be cheaper than this?

    as this may be a way to bug net 2 hammocks with purchase of 1 more zipper. (that is assuming this netting has at least one long zipper).

    if anyone knows this info , lemme know, PM would be sweet.

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    Description does not mention a zipper. Rather it says it secures with an elastic band. Also note.. this is marketed for the Exped Scout hammock. I would expect this is NOT the same as the HH scout. The net dimensions are given in the description but not the dimensions of the hammock itself.
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    thanks Ramblinrev , PM sent.

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    Exped Scout Dimensions - 85" x 59". Looked it up out of curiosity.
    The net is listed at Size 134" × 78" Seems the net is a lot longer than the hammock. I am tempted to try this one myself.
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    would this work for a ten foot long hammock this could be perfect for me
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    it should considering it is longer
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    Im jumping on this. only need a uq and my system will be complete.
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    Let us know if it works well for you. I am tempted as I need a bug net and this should work for me as well. Maybe not ideal but for 30 bucks ideal isnt required.
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    I ordered mine yesterday. I'm curious to see what the elastic entry is like. I've got a DIY that I was going to sew velcro on ala Speer hammock, but this might let me skip that and use my peapod with a bugnet. I'll probably want to put an internal ridgeline for the bugnet instead of their set up.

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