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    Senior Member Law Dawg (ret)'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Land View Post
    Looks interesting. The pic(s) for the two hammocks is (are) the same, though, it looks like.
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    The hammocks are the same size...one of them has two layers. Both could use an adjustable SRL and Skeeter net (easily fixed). Not sure about how they would perform asym wise. The Stealth Kit looks interresting though...
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    The Night Owl model I bought from them is about 56-57" wide, looks like its about 9' long. The opening for the pad insert is 24". I upgraded from an ENO to this and the quality is top notch. Your right there is no bug net on it.

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    pretty outstanding price for that synth underquilt, would be a nice pick up just to have a loaner
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    Quote Originally Posted by Law Dawg View Post
    The hammocks are the same size...one of them has two layers. Both could use an adjustable SRL and Skeeter net (easily fixed). Not sure about how they would perform asym wise. The Stealth Kit looks interresting though...

    I also have a Night Owl and the hammock works great for me when I lay in it asym. I'm 6'4'' and there is room to spare. I did add an adjustable SRL to mine. I think they will be adding some type of SRL and a skeeter net soon as options. My favorite is the Top Quilt though!

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    I always get a little leary about sites that do not post point of contact phones numbers and address.
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    They have some pretty good deals alright! I saw that synthetic under quilt too. Nice bargain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner76 View Post
    I always get a little leary about sites that do not post point of contact phones numbers and address.
    Hey Gunner, We just added our mailing address, thanks for the insight. We overlooked that one. Also a 800 number will be added in the near future. Thanks again and happy hanging!
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    OOooo; donating member on the first post- I think they're gonna stay...
    welcome, guys and best wishes! KM

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    Quote Originally Posted by KerMegan View Post
    OOooo; donating member on the first post- I think they're gonna stay...
    welcome, guys and best wishes! KM
    Thanks KerMegan, We really appreciate being apart of this great forum to make new friends along the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildernessLogics View Post
    Hey Gunner, We just added our mailing address, thanks for the insight. We overlooked that one. Also a 800 number will be added in the near future. Thanks again and happy hanging!
    Didn't mean to call you guys (or gals) out, but was inquiring about your products to the masses here on the forum!
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