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    Question Eno Bugnet

    So I have the ENO Doublenest and I want to get some sort of a bug net because it can get pretty buggy here in NJ in the Spring and summer time. I've been looking at the ENO Bugnet for $80, but it's 1 lb, I was wondering if anyone else had any ideas for a lighter bugnet, either a DIY one or one I could purchase for the same or less of a ENO Bugnet?

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    Warbonnet sells a bugnet that's 6 or 7 oz's and Papasmurf on here does a 2 oz bugnet. Think Warbonnets is 65. I have an ENO bugnet to sell for $50 brand new never out of stuff sack if you change your mind on ENO.
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    Yep, sure is a lighter bugnet for less money:
    Warbonnet Travel Net (bottom of the page).
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    Have either of you had use with the warbonnet net?
    I have heard there are troubles of more than one kind. Some come from ahead and some come from behind. But I've brought a big bat. I'm all ready you see. Now my troubles are going to have troubles with me!

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    I have an ENO Bugnet i will sell you for a good price, if interested PM me.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rowan65 View Post
    Have either of you had use with the warbonnet net?
    Yep. I use it a few times a year, but my girlfriend uses it almost every time she goes out with me. It fits her favorite hammock; Trek Light Double.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rowan65 View Post
    ...I've been looking at the ENO Bugnet for $80...
    If you do get the ENO, google ENO Guardian BugNet. The going rate seems to be $45-55.

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    Dont know how much it saved but I cut off approx 13" off the bottom of my ENO net.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcttr View Post
    If you do get the ENO, google ENO Guardian BugNet. The going rate seems to be $45-55.
    Yeah I know, haha. I was looking at the hammocks for my g/f when I was writing the question and mixed up the two numbers. I still don't know if $50 is worth it for a bugnet...
    I have heard there are troubles of more than one kind. Some come from ahead and some come from behind. But I've brought a big bat. I'm all ready you see. Now my troubles are going to have troubles with me!

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    trust me it is.. but go with the warbonnet and you shave a pound off. Actually weighed my ENO bugnet and it was 1lb6oz. You can save a lb getting the warbonnet net, hense why I'm trying to sell mine but I'll probably end up keeping it for my +1 setup
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