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    Quote Originally Posted by NCPatrick View Post
    You wouldn't have to put really hot liquid in it... maybe some adult beverage of some sort or other... maybe.
    It looks like the cozys I have for canoing that hang around your neck holding your choice beverage.
    Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
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    Now it is complete! Can't have a coffee thread without Coffee...

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    I made a "coffee hammock" out of the bottom of a gator aid bottle to hang on this side line once...

    I still have it. It worked, but it was more trouble than it was worth though<G>.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    $15 Wtf???

    Piece of webbing, duct tape and a biner, nuff said!

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    Might be a useful device for people into mountaineering. Due to the extreme weather they tend to do a lot in the tent (remember the whole pee bottle discussion). Might even find it good for general tent camping but there's just not enough vertical room in a hammock to make it practical.
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    I worked in the outdoor industry years ago and was given a few of these as a gift from a SD rep. They are nothing more than a small hanging nylon pouch with a drawstring. The pouch can be adjusted up and down easily.

    I've found them to be useful to store pretty much everything - except coffee.

    I use mine to store my headlamp/lighter/keys/camera , etc It's easy to find at night, weighs almost nothing, and takes up very little space.

    I might just have to dig one of mine out of my tent (three of them live permanently inside my 4 season tent) since I didn't like how the pouch on my ENO hammock pulled the side of my hammock when I loaded it full of stuff,

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    I noticed that when using the Ewins special while having a paperback book in there. Surprised me to see how much sag on the side it caused. (book Survive by Les Stroud/Survivorman)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiki View Post
    I might just have to dig one of mine out of my tent (three of them live permanently inside my 4 season tent) since I didn't like how the pouch on my ENO hammock pulled the side of my hammock when I loaded it full of stuff,

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