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  1. #41
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    I wish the Canadian Walmart had these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flight_chick View Post
    The one I purchased today is not satiny. Blue was the only color my store had.
    Yeah, blue in a two tone, only color choice I saw. I bought one and when I got home I took it out behind the house and hung it up, climbed in and found a fairly flat lay and so just took a couple hour nap. Don't think I will try to sleep all night in it, I'm 5,10, and 250, but for a tag along hammock on day hikes, it's worth the $24.76 or whatever it cost. 100% polyester the label says, seems quite strong. Laid out on the floor it measures about 8ft 9in., so for smaller hangers it could work. Oh yes, I never sweated a drop, of course the breeze was very nice.

    Well, I have a user for the hammock, 9yr. old grandson. Also a friend in Raleigh can't find one, so I pick up another for him today.
    Hanging happy.
    Last edited by old4hats; 03-27-2012 at 15:24. Reason: new info.

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    I think I'm going to buy one. The backyard hammock we have now is pretty junky and not wide enough for a diagonal lay.

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    I just wish they weren't so blue. Walmart used to have a green hammock a couple of years ago. Maybe I'll break down and pick one up anyway.

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    Well, mine failed on me last night. Not sure what happened. I was lying in it and went to get up, swung my legs over the side and riiiiiiipppppp, I'm on the ground. Im sure it was my fault, I've abused the hell out of it. Had to sleep on the ground. I had almost forgot how horrible that was.

    David

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    I ended up on the ground too

    The tails on their rope are cut very short to the knots. The knot ended up coming untied. I had my original Amsteel from the WBBB (changed to Whoppies) so I swapped out the nylon. What was a "bouncy" soft sit became very firm upon changeout of the suspension.

    I'm 6'4" and 275 LBS. A tight fit for me, but I use it in the front yard to nap or for the kids to play in when we have our monthly weekend block parties on the Cul-de-Sac.

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    I got one with the wal-mart 12x12 light weight tarp that was next to it. good for quick light set ups on day hikes or extra for if someone was to show up. the hammock reminds me kinda of the ENO hammock.

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    I wish i lived in a country with a Walmart, alas no such luck here in Cyprus and even when i get posted back to the UK still no Walmarts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royal Engineer View Post
    I wish i lived in a country with a Walmart, alas no such luck here in Cyprus and even when i get posted back to the UK still no Walmarts.
    In my eyes, you are actually extremely lucky to not have Walmarts.

    ymmv.
    "In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy." -D'Signore's, Tide Mill Farm, Edmunds, Maine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royal Engineer View Post
    I wish i lived in a country with a Walmart, alas no such luck here in Cyprus and even when i get posted back to the UK still no Walmarts.
    And the ASDA is just not the same......

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