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    Syb,

    You owe me a new keyboard, dude! That's good stuff right there.
    If I had a garage sale and got rid of some of the gear I don't use...I could easily pay the bill from my cardiologist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    Syb,

    You owe me a new keyboard, dude! That's good stuff right there.
    If I had a garage sale and got rid of some of the gear I don't use...I could easily pay the bill from my cardiologist!
    Syb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syb View Post
    Do you or someone you know suffer from Hammock Gear Acquisition Syndrome of HGAS? When diet and exercise aren't enough, adding the Hammock Debt Protection Plan may decrease the amount you spend on gear from 39 to 60 percent. Unlike some other bank-account-reducing medications, the Hammock Debt Protection Plan is HammockForums approved to reduce the risk of overspending, depleting bank accounts and spousal disapproval. The Hammock Debt Protection Plan is not for everyone including people who surround themselves with others suffering from HGAS, frequent hangers or those who may become hangers. You need a simple balance statement from your bank to check for HGAS problems. Tell your doctor and your local cottage industry manufacturer if you are taking other medications that cause you to repeatedly click "Check Out Now". This may be a sign of a rare but serious side effect.

    Ask your doctor about The Hammock Debt Protection Plan... for your life and your hammock gear.

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration nor the hammockforums.net moderators. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Results may not be typical.
    That ought to be a sticky!

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    What is the weight of that thing?
    Warbonnet Traveler Bug Net weighs 7.5 oz. which equals 212 gram.

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    If I recall correctly, that particular net with the zipper went around 5oz. It uses a slightly heavier netting material that offers a bit more stretch.


    Quote Originally Posted by BlazeAway View Post
    What is the weight of that thing?
    Warbonnet Traveler Bug Net weighs 7.5 oz. which equals 212 gram.

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    My God. Out of luck.
    Even more stuff to buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syb View Post
    Do you or someone you know suffer from Hammock Gear Acquisition Syndrome of HGAS? When diet and exercise aren't enough, adding the Hammock Debt Protection Plan may decrease the amount you spend on gear from 39 to 60 percent. Unlike some other bank-account-reducing medications, the Hammock Debt Protection Plan is HammockForums approved to reduce the risk of overspending, depleting bank accounts and spousal disapproval. The Hammock Debt Protection Plan is not for everyone including people who surround themselves with others suffering from HGAS, frequent hangers or those who may become hangers. You need a simple balance statement from your bank to check for HGAS problems. Tell your doctor and your local cottage industry manufacturer if you are taking other medications that cause you to repeatedly click "Check Out Now". This may be a sign of a rare but serious side effect.

    Ask your doctor about The Hammock Debt Protection Plan... for your life and your hammock gear.

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration nor the hammockforums.net moderators. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Results may not be typical.
    Priceless!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    I don't think it would but that's a good question.
    I'll see if I can't find some time to install my AHE XL New River UQ and snap some pictures this weekend.

    ETA - I know the bug net wouldn't interfere with any TTTG/MacEntyre UQs.
    It seems to me if this were a problem you could actually hang the UQ under the netting. Frankly I don't even think it would create much of a problem entering or exiting the hammock with it set up that way.

    What do you think Alan?

    Miguel

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