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    Butt In A Sling Hammock Forums Discount

    Butt In A Sling Hammock Gear is announcing a sale for members of Hammock Forums. This link will guide Forum members to significantly discounted products on our site as a way to say thanks to a community that's been very supportive of what we're doing. We'd like to ask that you:
    1) Do not share the link with others. It is a different page than our Gear page. The items on the link below are discounted and only those with access to the link can find it. We don't want to refuse orders, but this really is special for HF members and we will do that if necessary.
    2) Be sure to put your HF user name in the instructions area of your order so we can validate your identity.

    Among other things, we discounted our Weight Weenie and Hoss hammocks by $5, our Camper hammock by $4 and we put other discounts on items. We'll keep these up until March 3.

    http://buttinasling.com/gear/forum_discounts

    Additionally, on our Gear page, some new products have been added. We'd like to say thanks to you all for making our launch busy, productive and fun.
    http://buttinasling.com/gear

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    Great to see you folks offering this deal to HF members! Best of luck to you guys, some really nice looking hammocks on your site.

    Cheers

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    Nice stuff you got there and thanks for the HF love!
    Happy Trails to one and all.
    Enjoy the outdoors wisely and elevate your perspective.

    Modified Penny Wood Stove instructional Video-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fPlHqsYy38


    Hammock Wheel https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...09#post1035609


    Another Really cool JC Penny Puffer instructional- https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...141#post953141

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    I have a weight weenie and it is awesome. Well crafted and super light. They also offer carbon toggles that are the lightest I have seen. This is my go to light hammock. Best bang for your buck and great customer service. My ww, whoopies, straps, and toggles weigh in right around 10oz total !
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    Too kind

    Quote Originally Posted by Tacky Hiker View Post
    I have a weight weenie and it is awesome. Well crafted and super light. They also offer carbon toggles that are the lightest I have seen. This is my go to light hammock. Best bang for your buck and great customer service. My ww, whoopies, straps, and toggles weigh in right around 10oz total !
    We're new and, to be honest, we know that quality customer service, personal communication, quick turnaround on orders and high quality work are critical.

    Tacky... we've got a new one coming... hammock, bag, channel loops come in around 5.95 ounces! It's 52 inches wide, which sounds narrow, but we're helping compensate by keeping length at 10 feet. I think we'll call it the Weight Weenie Micro. Fits in a 7x5x4 bag.

    We're going to try to get those ready for shipping next week.
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    Just finished speaking to Brian, and wanted to give everyone a heads up that BIAS is now shipping to Canada! Placed an order for the BIAS Weight Weenie and some of their great carbon fiber toggles. With the HF discount, you're under $40 u.s. for a really nice, light single gathered end. Excellent price on the shipping as well, just email Brian directly if you're ordering north of the border!

    BTW - Brian and BIAS were really great to deal with! Can't wait for my hammock to show up, will try and get a review out.

    Cheers

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    wow, that's really kind of you! I'm just starting out and could use some additional items. Thanks!

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    Senior Member Tacky Hiker's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbrianb View Post
    Tacky... we've got a new one coming... hammock, bag, channel loops come in around 5.95 ounces! It's 52 inches wide, which sounds narrow, but we're helping compensate by keeping length at 10 feet. I think we'll call it the Weight Weenie Micro. Fits in a 7x5x4 bag.

    We're going to try to get those ready for shipping next week.
    Nice, an even lighter setup. You should starting making tulle bugnets, offer Dynaglide whoopies, and zing-it ridgelines for the ultimate light weight setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tacky Hiker View Post
    Nice, an even lighter setup. You should starting making tulle bugnets, offer Dynaglide whoopies, and zing-it ridgelines for the ultimate light weight setup.
    +1! Tacky Hiker, after reading that you put your WW together for around 10 ounces, I had to pull the trigger! Any photos of your rig setup?

    If I didn't find I have to sleep on a pretty steep diagonal, I'd be scooping up one of these micros in a heartbeat! As it sits, the WW is only 7.5 ounces, but is still 62" wide! Should be might comfy!

    Cheers

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    Senior Member Tacky Hiker's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Callahan View Post
    +1! Tacky Hiker, after reading that you put your WW together for around 10 ounces, I had to pull the trigger! Any photos of your rig setup?

    Cheers
    No pics yet, but I will get some soon.
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