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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamaboy2132 View Post
    This is great. I want to make one but I want a reliable hammock that I can use because I have absolutely no idea how to use a thread injector.
    I'm still trying to figure out if the term "Thread Injector" is an industry standard term or these guys made it up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shnick View Post
    I'm still trying to figure out if the term "Thread Injector" is an industry standard term or these guys made it up...

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    I do think it is a more masculine term made up in this forum. I was scared not to use it. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamaboy2132 View Post
    Gotcha. I missed the section. Just by reading though, most prefere WB or HH.
    Only because they have the bug net sewn in. They're more "backpacking" related, as they are big & have extras. ENOs are a great hammock & many people start with them. I use mine in the park. When I go backpacking, I want something to keep the bugs out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    Only because they have the bug net sewn in. They're more "backpacking" related, as they are big & have extras. ENOs are a great hammock & many people start with them. I use mine in the park. When I go backpacking, I want something to keep the bugs out.



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    Thanks for all the responses

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    ENO's are great. My first hammock, and when I got a Hennessy Exped I gave the ENO to my son. Eventually it ended up as the backyard lounger. Worked great until it rubbed against a tree too long and my fat butt found the teeny-tiny hole and then I found the ground. Now I gotta go get another before the kids get mad at me!
    i totally take back all those times i didn't want to nap when i was a kid

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    I love my Eno, sleep in it every night! For camping though, I use a Hennessy, I'm in bug country here and the mosquitos would cart me off without a bug net. I prefer the integrated net, it's just much simpler for me and I don't tend to "let" bugs in the way a separate net does. I always bring my single Eno though, just for lounging around and sitting on for lunch breaks while paddling. After being in a kayak seat for a couple of hours, that hammock is like a huge cushion!
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    Many consider the WBBB and HH to be the cadillacs of hammocks. But just as many love thier Enos and even prefer them. They just don't get the publicity that WB and HH receive.

    Solid hammocks though.
    *Heaven best have trees, because I plan to lounge for eternity.

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