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    Senior Member fin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobit View Post
    FishinFinn, I wish I was in your neck of the woods so I could try out your NX-200 to see if it fit me before plopping down close to $400 for a hammock.
    I WISH I had the nx-200 - I have the NA. My post was lamenting that I couldn't get the NX-200 right now. $400 is out of my range at the moment, and my wife would probably divorce me first b4 killing me.

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    Bipolar Bear Tobit's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by FishinFinn View Post
    I WISH I had the nx-200 - I have the NA.
    Yeah, I see that now. My bad.

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    Does anyone know if you can buy just the Clark hammock but not the tarp? Since I already have a tarp I was wondering if I could reduce the coat by just buying the hammock.

    Miguel

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    Senior Member cavediver2's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miguel View Post
    Does anyone know if you can buy just the Clark hammock but not the tarp? Since I already have a tarp I was wondering if I could reduce the coat by just buying the hammock.

    Miguel
    I would say so but I would call and ask all they can tell you is no

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    Senior Member RAW's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miguel View Post
    Does anyone know if you can buy just the Clark hammock but not the tarp? Since I already have a tarp I was wondering if I could reduce the coat by just buying the hammock.

    Miguel
    Yes, you can buy the hammock without the tarp.
    Just call and they'll tell you how.

    That's how I purchased mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fin View Post
    The Clark NA is a great hammock, I just wish they would have had the nx-200 and the new fabric available when I ordered mine last year. With hammocks coming out of my ears, how can I justify the "new and improved" model? I already have enough to outfit a small Boy Scout troop.
    The concept is great, could never get to the point where I felt comfortable with my Clark NA. The netting was in my face all the time, was too hot with no airflow, etc. Probably just me, I really wanted to like it though.

    Use a Hennessy now, does great for me.

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    I got my Clark NX-250 in late 2011 and can say for sure it has handled the worst of mosquito's in area's of forest in Melbourne Australia at least.

    I have hung out in area's where it was so bad i couldnt sleep for the noise of the mosquito's attempting to attack me through the bottom of the hammock.

    I have not been bitten through such even where my skin has been directly exposed to the hammock floor material.

    I added a pair of push in earplugs into the little pockets so i can get some sleep.

    Having said this, there are in the tropics of Australia some very large mozzies with big suckers, i have not tried the hammock in such area's but can vouch for Melbourne where you can be eaten alive by them.

    well done Clark!
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