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    Doublenest for my wife

    So . . . . I've got a Clark NX-200.
    I think it's a pretty amazing hammock solution.

    But a couple of weekends ago, I tried out a friend's ENO Single.
    And then I ordered my wife a Doublenest with Bug-guardian.

    As much as I love my Clark . . . . man! are these Doublenest hammocks comfy. That diagonal thing really works. I'm able to stretch out much flatter in the ENO.

    Just wanted to post up how impressed I was with the comfort of the Doublenest.

    That is all.

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    ive been hanging in an eno for over 6yrs
    i did not like the bug netting too heavy.........welcome to the darkside
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    I really like the fabric they use on the ENO too. Feels great!
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Althought I've breifly tried a couple other hammocks, I keep coming back to my ENO DoubleNest. I sleep so comfortably in mine, that it's just hard to give up. As a matter of fact, I like mine so much that my project for this Friday on the 4th is one of Risk's $25 (It took me about $45. Inflation, you know) hammock stands to keep in the back yard. We're having a few nice mild nights here in Charlotte, so I may try to spend a couple nights crashed out in the back yard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooch View Post
    Althought I've breifly tried a couple other hammocks, I keep coming back to my ENO DoubleNest. I sleep so comfortably in mine, that it's just hard to give up. As a matter of fact, I like mine so much that my project for this Friday on the 4th is one of Risk's $25 (It took me about $45. Inflation, you know) hammock stands to keep in the back yard. We're having a few nice mild nights here in Charlotte, so I may try to spend a couple nights crashed out in the back yard.
    Hooch,

    Seeing you in your ENO in HotSprings is one of the things that made me start thinking about an ENO as an additional hammock.

    Question: What do you do for a bugnet?

    I bought the ENO net, but . . . just curious what other solutions people have come up with.

    Reuben

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAW View Post
    Hooch,

    Seeing you in your ENO in HotSprings is one of the things that made me start thinking about an ENO as an additional hammock.

    Question: What do you do for a bugnet?

    I bought the ENO net, but . . . just curious what other solutions people have come up with.

    Reuben
    I don't use a bug net. I just slather myself in insect repellent and hope for the best. I get a nibble once in a blue moon, but generally it works pretty well.
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    The HAAB style , double size hammocks are super comfy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAW View Post
    Hooch,

    Seeing you in your ENO in HotSprings is one of the things that made me start thinking about an ENO as an additional hammock.

    Question: What do you do for a bugnet?

    I bought the ENO net, but . . . just curious what other solutions people have come up with.

    Reuben

    I also LOVE the doublenest. plenty of room and great material (helps here in the south, lets the breeze come through). my amateur solution instead of buying the bugnet (which I may get soon, do you recommend it?) was to simply buy some no-see-um netting from great outdoor prov., hammer in some grommets, and let it drape over the sides. Bugs could still crawl/fly up from the bottom if they were determined however.
    Easy, cheap solution, though maybe not the most effective?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will P View Post
    I also LOVE the doublenest. plenty of room and great material (helps here in the south, lets the breeze come through). my amateur solution instead of buying the bugnet (which I may get soon, do you recommend it?) was to simply buy some no-see-um netting from great outdoor prov., hammer in some grommets, and let it drape over the sides. Bugs could still crawl/fly up from the bottom if they were determined however.
    Easy, cheap solution, though maybe not the most effective?
    Another option is to cut off the attached stuff sack to save a good deal of weight.

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...9198#post59198
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    Fanatic Fringer... I don't know if you have already told, but were did you get that hammock & stand picture in your avatar? Pretty interesting.
    I'm guessing that's a baby size hammock???
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