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    SOLD: Complete Warbonnet Setup (Travler, Net, Mamajamba+doors)

    Hello All,

    I have completed my review of the Warbonnet Big Mamajamba Spinn UL (watch) and the Warbonnet Traveler Hammock and the Travel Net (aka: bug net) (watch) and am putting them up for sale as I previously indicated I would.

    I very much do not want to split these products (I hate going to the post office) so I am putting them up as a "complete setup".

    The only thing not included is what is not included from Warbonnet Outdoors - that is: stakes and guidelines for the tarp & net, tree straps for the hammock.

    The Warbonnet Big Mamajamba (Spinn UL) was setup for about 8 hours and has received no rain and no directly sunlight on it.

    The Traveler and Net have never been slept in. The WB Traveler is a Single Layer in 1.7oz material and is olive green.


    All three of these products were purchased for me to do product testing and reviews on. My personal thoughts after having owned a few different tarps and even more hammocks, is that these three products are probably the best way to go for anybody looking for a light hammock setup.

    The WB BM in SpinnUL is freakishly light (only thing that is probably going to beat this on the scale is a Cuben Fiber hammock at twice the prices)

    The WB Big Mamajamba Door Kit is not Spinn UL (does not come that way).

    The WB Traveler is without a doubt the most comfortable hammock I have ever laid in. I hate to say it, but it is even more comfortable to lay in than my beloved bridge hammock. Of course, I have not spent the night in it, as indicated above, so I can only say "lay in" and not "slept in" when it comes to comfort.

    The WB Traveler Net is beyond cool. It is the slightly heavier material so it gives an amazing about of toughness to it yet still does not darken the sky. It could be made a few ounces lighter if WB went with a lighter material but that would run the risk of rips and tears - not something you want with a bug-net.

    I paid $245.00 for the WB BM+doors
    I paid $136.00 for the WB Traveler + Net

    That's $381.00 for the setup shipped to my house.

    I am asking $350 *shipped*

    Payment needs to be by PayPal.
    Shipping to lower-48 only (usa).

    Not a huge savings but this is all new gear and you will not have to wait nearly two weeks for it to arrive if you buy it direct. Warbonnet right now has a one-week period plus shipment time - it took a over two weeks for the hammock/net to show up at my place last month.

    Thank you.

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    Still for sale!!

    You can see the hammock/net in this video:


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    Still looking to sale this as a setup.

    A most wonderful Christmas gift for somebody!

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    I'm surprised this hasn't gone yet. I'd take it in a heart beat if I wasn't as broke as can be. Good luck redwood.

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    I still think you would sell all items much more quickly if you split them up. People have so many personal opinions about what hammock, tarp, and bugnet (if they even want one). It might be worth 3 trips to the post office. JMHO.

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    Folks, I really do not need any more PM's about "I'll take xyz from the setup"... please read above.


    (edit: by "I really do not need any more"... I mean I already have a bazillion of them... I was not being sarcastic... just trying to share I am already overloaded with individual item requests)
    Last edited by Redwood Guy; 11-27-2010 at 12:07.

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    Sounds to me like you could have had this sold if you split it up....

    It puts the Underquilt on it's hammock ... It does this whenever it gets cold

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    Sure, but these three items actually feel like they belong with each other. Something magical about this setup... very likely the finest hammock setup I have ever put together.

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    If you have a "bazillion" offers it still sounds like one trip to the PO to me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redwood Guy View Post
    Sure, but these three items actually feel like they belong with each other. Something magical about this setup... very likely the finest hammock setup I have ever put together.

    Maybe for YOU they do belong together, but maybe not for eveyone else.
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