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    Hennessy odd/ends sale

    Don't know if anyone has seen this but I contacted Hennessy and this is the sale list they sent me.

    Enjoy ...Mark.... Guess I should have put this under Hennessy thread? Mods feel free to move...





    Here is the current Odds and Ends list. If you have any questions or would
    like to order something listed below, please let me know by email or by
    phone (1-888-539-2930 Mon-Fri 9am-4pm PST). To order, phone, email or fax
    (1-250-539-5390). We need your name, phone number, shipping address and a
    Visa or Mastercard number and expiration date. If you give us an email
    address, we will email your receipt and tracking info.

    Thanks

    Kara

    October 1, 2007

    Odds and Ends Sale - Demos, Factory 2nds, Prototypes, Mix and Match

    All items carry our 1 year guarantee against defects in material and
    workmanship ( http://www.hennessyhammocks.com/customer-service.htm).
    All hammocks are new (prototype or mix and match unless labeled as "demo"
    or "2nd".
    All items are in Canada. Shipping from Canada will be Expedited Parcel
    free of charge in North America. Faster shipping may be available for a fee.
    Shipping to addresses outside of North America is available for a $30 fee
    and will be sent by International Xpress Post when available.

    Original, Expedition 2.5, Cocoon, Scout
    Before there were choices to make about models, there was just the
    Hennessy Hammock. This morphed into the Cocoon and Expedition 2.5.These
    models got us started and are similar to the current Scout model which is
    still made and sold today.
    The rain fly and hammock are symmetrical & diamond shaped(unless otherwise
    noted!).

    [$59] S02 Scout Demo
    [$59] S03 Scout Demo
    [$59] S04 Scout Demo yellow body w/ kelly green fly

    Expedition A-sym
    Our most popular model. This hammock can take persons up to 250lb and 6ft
    tall.
    It weighs 2lb 10oz and has a 30% larger rain fly than the Expedition 2.5

    [$89] Several first quality yellow hammocks with red rainflies
    [$89} Several first quality green hammocks with red rainflies.
    $89 J10 - demo hunter green
    $89 J13 - demo hunter green
    $89 A11 - demo hunter green
    $79 A12 - demo hunter green - some pulls in mesh from velcro
    $89 A13 - demo hunter green
    $89 A120 - demo hunter green
    $89 S15 - Green bottom, redfly/green trim new
    $129 S16 - Desert rat bottom with black mesh, EXR DX Fly new
    $79 S17 - Demo 2 ' of velcro missing from entrance
    $89 S18 - Demo hunter green
    $79 S20 - Demo yellow bottom, yellow fly/red trim
    $129 S21 - Demo Desert rat

    Ultralight Backpacker A-sym
    Lighter weight version of the Expedition Asym.

    [$129] M21 - New Ultralight Backpackers with slight sewing irregularities
    [$119] Sev, M22 Several purple hammocks with blue rainflies, both with
    yellow trim
    [$119] Several purple hammocks with yellow trim, blue flies with black
    [$139] 021 - Demo
    [$139] A22 - Demo
    [$139] A23 - Demo
    [$139] A24 - Demo
    [$139] A25 - Demo
    [$139] A26 - Demo
    [$129] D20 - 2nd flaw in fabric
    [$139] 0281 - Mix & Match 2nd - stain on fabric Tan bottom, brown fly
    [$139] S27 - new hammock with oversized fly
    [$139] S28 - demo
    [$149] 0277 - Mix & Match tan bottom, brown fly
    [$139] S29 -demo brown bottom, blue fly/yellow trim
    [$139] S32 - demo

    Explorer Deluxe A-sym
    The Explorer models are a full foot longer than the Expedition Asym and
    Ultralight Backpacker Asym hammocks. The Deluxe can take up to 300lbs and
    weighs 3lb 4oz

    [$149] A30 - Demo
    [$149] A31 - Demo
    [$179] A32 - Demo woodland camo bottom, brown hex fly
    [$129] S33 - Demo some sap on bottom of hammock

    Explorer Ultralight A-sym
    The Explorer models are a full foot longer than the Expedition Asym and
    Ultralight Backpacker Asym hammocks. The Deluxe can take up to 250lbs and
    weighs 2lb 7oz

    [$139] A40 - Demo 2 1/2" patch to sm puncture on bottom

    Supershelter #1
    $99 A70 demo
    $89 A71 2nd-sewing damage to pad
    $89 A72 2nd visible glue repair
    $99 A73 demo
    $89 S74 2nd- air bubbles throughout underpad
    $89 S75 2nd- air bubbles throughout underpad

    Supershelter #2
    $109 A54 2nd-black felt mark on pad
    $89 A53 Air bubbles in underpad
    $99 J55 2nd, 1" long repair in underpad
    $99 A56 2nd-glue repar
    $99 A57 demo
    $99 A58 2nd - 1 1/2" glue repair
    $99 A59 2nd -glue repair to tear in pad

    Lite racer prototype

    $129 0288 4' x 10' lite racer prototype - 12" narrower than standard
    prototype

    Loungers - we have been receiving a lot of requests for hammocks without
    nets - great for lounging in the back yard, in-house use(for people who
    sleep better in their backpacking Hennessy than in their expensive bed at
    home and want to hang one in their rec room or basement), and even cave
    exploration.
    We decided to include some in our odds'n'ends sale and see what happens!

    [$49] - Medium size, same dimensions and Expedition Asym and Ultralight
    Backpacker - color hunter green, 210 D nylon with PU coated poly rainfly
    [$69] - Large, same dimensions as Explorer, color coyote brown, 70D nylon
    with PU coated poly rainfly
    [$89] - X-large - same dimensions as Safari, color forest green, 70 D
    nylon with PU coated poly rainfly.
    Last edited by rasputen; 10-02-2007 at 14:18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rasputen;30256Loungers - we have been receiving a lot of requests for hammocks without
    nets - great for lounging in the back yard, in-house use(for people who
    sleep better in their backpacking Hennessy than in their expensive bed at
    home and want to hang one in their rec room or basement), and even cave
    exploration.
    We decided to include some in our odds'n'ends sale and see what happens!

    [$49
    - Medium size, same dimensions and Expedition Asym and Ultralight
    Backpacker - color hunter green, 210 D nylon with PU coated poly rainfly
    [$69] - Large, same dimensions as Explorer, color coyote brown, 70D nylon
    with PU coated poly rainfly
    [$89] - X-large - same dimensions as Safari, color forest green, 70 D
    nylon with PU coated poly rainfly.
    I didn't realize the Hennessys were selling hammocks without bugnets. That's good to know! Wonder if they still have a bottom slit; that would be funny.

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    I think it would still be convenient for people who have a hard time getting in and out of a top entry hammock...much more controlled to sit and lay back for someone with a weak back, for example.

    I didn't realize they were selling them, either...good call, though. The non-removable bug net is the most common critique I hear of the HH.
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    I own one of the purple clearance hammocks. I bought it for my daughter after I bought my hyperlight. Imagine my surprise when I weighed the two and found that the purple ULB is lighter than the hyperlight. I don't know if all of them are like that, but if you can live with the color, they are a great deal. Most of us are going to have some sort of undercover on them anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jeff View Post
    I think it would still be convenient for people who have a hard time getting in and out of a top entry hammock...much more controlled to sit and lay back for someone with a weak back, for example.
    Didn't even think about that; you're right.

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    That light racer is tempting. Just say no! If they had a netless version of the hyperlight, ahhhhhhh...

    The netless ultralight is beckoning. I already made one for myself, I need to just keep saying that.
    Last edited by lvleph; 10-02-2007 at 16:32.

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    I don't need a netless Safari

    Quote Originally Posted by lvleph View Post
    That light racer is tempting. Just say no! If they had a netless version of the hyperlight, ahhhhhhh...

    The netless ultralight is beckoning. I already made one for myself, I need to just keep saying that.
    I hear you. My mantra

    I don't need a netless Safari. I don't need a netless Safari. My still-unopened ENO double can surely do all that the Safari can. I don't need a netless Safari. ....

    these chants usually don't work. But I'm trying.

    Grizz (who doesn't need a netless Safari)

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    I think I would end up just dissecting it, so that I could work out some issues with my clone. For some reason I end up sleeping on the very edge of my hammock every time I use it, but my wife's clone does not have that issue. Not what I did differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lvleph View Post
    I think I would end up just dissecting it, so that I could work out some issues with my clone. For some reason I end up sleeping on the very edge of my hammock every time I use it, but my wife's clone does not have that issue. Not what I did differently.
    Well then, for a science experiment, that's different. Increasing the global store of knowledge. Bringing hammock engineering to new highs. By all means, for the sake of science, have at it.

    (I'm not helping am I?)

    Grizz (who still does not need netless Safari)

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    Oh dear...
    A netless Safari at $89 is tempting.
    I wonder if they'd sell it without the fly?
    Then it would be irresistibly tempting...
    Crap, I'm shooting them an email if they'll drop the fly
    Scott

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