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    Quote Originally Posted by angrysparrow View Post
    Nobody asked what you wanted to spend on a hammock. And, this forum section is for the discussion of Clark Hammocks, not Claytor. Let's keep it on topic. There is no need for you to proselytize Claytor hammocks in every thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    i cant see myself spendinding 369.00 on a hammock.you can buy 2 claytor jungle hammocks for 280.00 with free shipping and still have 90.00 bucks left.neo
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    You get what you pay for. Clark makes a great hammock, and those that have them and use them, love them. I think what most people get hung up on is the cost, and if that is your major concern, then don't buy a Clark. Heck, you can make a pretty comfortable hammock for pretty cheap if you want. But I have a Clark NA, and it was the best money that I ever spent on hammock gear (2nd was the Amsteel blue group buy, 3rd was the DD group buy.) I swallowed hard, hit the "Submit Order" button, and have never, ever regretted the purchase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishinFinn View Post
    You get what you pay for.
    True, but neo told me a Claytor Jungle would fit me fine and it was too small. I'd love to try an NX-200 or TX-200 but at $350 or $300, that's a tough experiment to swallow if it donut work.

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    Don't they have a return policy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishinFinn View Post
    Don't they have a return policy?
    Yeah, full refund of purchase price minus 7% restocking fee if notified within 30 days of purchase. So that'd be a loss of ~$25.00 + $10.00 to ship it back to them plus the price it cost them to ship it to me originally. So I'd be out roughly $50 or so if it didn't work. Still a lot of money for me in todays economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobit View Post
    Yeah, full refund of purchase price minus 7% restocking fee if notified within 30 days of purchase. So that'd be a loss of ~$25.00 + $10.00 to ship it back to them plus the price it cost them to ship it to me originally. So I'd be out roughly $50 or so if it didn't work. Still a lot of money for me in todays economy.
    Maybe you'll get a chance to try one out at a group hang out some time.

    It does make me curious, though. Just like several other brands of hammocks(JRB, Claytor, HH, Speer and others), these Clark's seem to have a few folks who have tried several brands but are convinced the Clarks are the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobit View Post
    Yeah, full refund of purchase price minus 7% restocking fee if notified within 30 days of purchase. So that'd be a loss of ~$25.00 + $10.00 to ship it back to them plus the price it cost them to ship it to me originally. So I'd be out roughly $50 or so if it didn't work. Still a lot of money for me in todays economy.
    Did someone at clark tell those quote's and if so do you remember who it was?

    maybe I can fix that for you. if you would agree to try one....

    But I dont think you would have to return I think you will like it but then again I maybe wrong but
    let me know anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavediver2 View Post
    Did someone at clark tell those quote's and if so do you remember who it was?
    The website told me.

    http://www.junglehammock.com/gauarantee.php

    I think I may step up and try an NX-200 but not until September at the earliest. My August paycheck is going to fund two custom quilts I have a more immediate need for. I also have a loaner DD Travel Hammock on the way to try out. In the meantime, my Trek-Light Double IS big enough.

    Thanks man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobit View Post
    The website told me.

    http://www.junglehammock.com/gauarantee.php

    I think I may step up and try an NX-200 but not until September at the earliest. My August paycheck is going to fund two custom quilts I have a more immediate need for. I also have a loaner DD Travel Hammock on the way to try out. In the meantime, my Trek-Light Double IS big enough.

    Thanks man.
    let me know if you do and if you dont like it maybe I can help
    but let me know before you order it that way i can might change
    some things and if I cant I will tell you and you can make you mind up
    then....

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