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  1. #11
    New Member bikerbobbo's Avatar
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    Here are a few pics from the ride.
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  2. #12
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    Thanks for the offer man, I might just take you up on it. I was pretty sure a 20* incubator/pheonix would do me fine as I've been surviving with a foam mat and a 3s bag with a liner have been getting me through the nights (you wake up early in the morning though). My only reason for thinking of the 0* is that it will allow me to go about as cold as is reasonable. The extra bulk and weight is not pleasant, but I'm pretty light already and I'm willing to make that sacrifice for the few months of the year I'd use it in.

    I'm looking to get into motorbike touring at some point, so I'd really love to chat some time.

  3. #13
    New Member bikerbobbo's Avatar
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    PM sent with contact details.

    Since this is a Hammock Gear sub-forum , I must say my dealings with HG has been great with all aspects . Communications , advice on custom work and speed of manufacture was all first class.

    Postage time to Australia usually takes about two weeks , but that can vary as you are at the mercy of USPS and AustaliaPost. For items posted from the US using USPS , the quickest I've had is 7 days and the longest is 6 weeks.

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Gout View Post
    I am using mine in the house full time.. 70 ish.. no problems.. Venting is easy and you won't need a tq-blanket either.. At least at those temps..
    Sorry...That would be my phoenix.. My bad..
    We would be one step closer to world peace, if everyone slept in a hammock..

  5. #15
    Member fly-chucker's Avatar
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    thanks for answering some unasked questions for me

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