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    Senior Member Plom's Avatar
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    Amazonas mosquite traveller hammock

    Amazonas mosquito traveller hammock

    Just ordered myself that hammock for garden , price was 29,90 € here in Finland.

    sold also there: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Amazonas-AZ-.../dp/B00024BIPU

    on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIuno...eature=related
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    i have the traveller model without the net , pretty comfy, hope you enjoy tours as much as i do mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by brushybill View Post
    i have the traveller model without the net , pretty comfy, hope you enjoy tours as much as i do mine
    That was my first "real" hammock. Nice, comfy hammock. I got tried of the tangled suspension lines, though and converted it to an end gathered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theo View Post
    That was my first "real" hammock. Nice, comfy hammock. I got tried of the tangled suspension lines, though and converted it to an end gathered.
    uh oh , i think i feel a new project coming on

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    Quote Originally Posted by brushybill View Post
    uh oh , i think i feel a new project coming on
    That is one of the easiest things I have ever done. Plus I ended up with two 48 ft. lengths of rope. I use it as my day hiking hammock and for testing new stuff. When folded over with the two ends together, it makes a nice Wilderness Hammock Chair clone.

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    I also ordered Madera hangin stud to another end.
    That was 49 euros here.
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    Now tested. Easy to set up and kept mosquitos out but they did make some noise under the hammock to get in. I had poncholiner under me so no problem.
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