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    Quote Originally Posted by hammock engineer View Post
    If you scroll down it shows an interesting looking hammock.

    http://www.henryhalldesigns.com/kkn260_studio.htm

    Take away the 430 lbs stand and look at the hammock. The 4 tieout hammock looks cool.
    I think that with the corners tied out wider like that it would be hard to get on a diagonal and get flat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoikurt View Post
    I think that with the corners tied out wider like that it would be hard to get on a diagonal and get flat.

    Wouldn't you just have two choices as to which diagonal you lay on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michele View Post
    Wouldn't you just have two choices as to which diagonal you lay on?
    But with the corners pulled up it would not allow the material to sag to get flat on a diagonal. The way I see it the only way to get flat would be to lay at 90* to the hammock, but then you'd need a much wider hammock.
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    I think this is made for group lounging. I think if you laid inbetween the tieouts, the flat part inbetween, you could be pretty flat.
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    Throw a giant bag o'feathers in the middle.. instant nest!

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    LOL Well I think that one solves the problem of ...
    Can two people sleep in one hammock ....You would need Sequoia's to support the hammock lol

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