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    New Member Nagelschuh's Avatar
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    H-Bag

    Hi Hangers,

    I just found something I`ve never seen before ...better look for yourself
    video: Hammock sleeping bag
    web page: km276

    Greetings from good ol' (cold) Germany
    Nagelschuh
    Last edited by Nagelschuh; 07-17-2012 at 13:13.
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    Wow!

    3 ft. wide, 6 1/2 ft. long and 19 oz. The pad pocket is really neat. Looks like their suspension system works like a whoopie, using line tension to keep it in place? I did see some cotton in the construction detail, don't like that... 179.00 € = $220 for the bag, $18 for the suspension, $72 for the bugnet and $48 for the 10 x 10 tarp. No weight listed on the tarp or bugnet.
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    Just checked it out. it looks pretty cool I want to try the puppy out. I went on thier website too and it seems to be a popular product. Has anyone on HF ever tried one of these????

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    Someone in a german forum asked the manufacturer:

    Moskito: 460 Gramm

    Tarp: 750 Gramm
    Sack: 150 Gramm

    Rope: 220 Gramm

    Spreaderbar X-Beam: 95 Gramm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nagelschuh View Post
    Hi Hangers,

    I just found something I`ve never seen before ...better look for yourself
    video: Hammock sleeping bag
    web page: km276

    Greetings from good ol' (cold) Germany
    Nagelschuh
    How did you find this? And what other Hammock gems are you Europeans hiding

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    Someone in a german forum asked the manufacturer:

    Moskito: 460 Gramm

    Tarp: 750 Gramm
    Sack: 150 Gramm

    Rope: 220 Gramm

    Spreaderbar X-Beam: 95 Gramm


    = 3.69 lbs Not too bad!
    Happy Hangin!!!


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    New Member Nagelschuh's Avatar
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    @BackPackHiker

    "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
    than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
    "

    The Tragedie of Hamlet, William Shakespeare

    Nagelschuh
    Nothing is so bad, that it isn't good for something!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nagelschuh View Post
    @BackPackHiker

    "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
    than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
    "

    The Tragedie of Hamlet, William Shakespeare

    Nagelschuh
    So that means?? you do know of other cool hammock stuf??

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    @BackPackHiker
    sorry, that's all for the moment. If I find more things, I`ll post it.

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    I really liked the 1-2-3 rope suspension, pretty darn quick and easy with no hardwear at all. Hmmmm...

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