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    ebay hammock, The Rock Hopper


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    I have been waiting for someone here to buy one and report on it.
    They hit ebay in waves. I have seen them sell for as little as $18-22 USD.
    This was aprox 3 months ago.

    Its interesting. Heavy little brute.

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    rock hopper

    It looks like the Lawson hammock sort of.
    http://www.lawsonhammock.com

    Although it is heavy, 4 lbs, the extra vertical room inside looks interesting to me, but I am a newbie with hammocks. ?

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    For $18-22 I would buy one to try out.
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    Lawson Hammock

    Has anyone tried the Lawson Hammock?

    Their testimonials are interesting.

    http://www.lawsonhammock.com/Testimonials.asp

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYC_Hiker View Post
    Has anyone tried the Lawson Hammock?

    Their testimonials are interesting.

    http://www.lawsonhammock.com/Testimonials.asp
    BGT did a review
    Scott

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    That looks interesting. I was considering a framed hammock like a helicopter's rescue gurney enclosed in a hoop tent. I seemed like it would exert less strain on the ropes and would provide a flat bed.

    Of course, it makes little sense in the US, unless someone comes up with telescoping CF tubes, but in Asian forests, we have an abundance of bamboo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYC_Hiker View Post
    i have never seen one of these hammocks,but it is very simular to the lawson hammock,one of our scouts in our boy scout troop has one neo



    http://theconsumerlink.com/LawsonHam...CL+BRCH%2DG/10

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