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    Senior Member BackPackHiker's Avatar
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    DD Underblanket

    Has anyone tried this product? I am interested to know how it is?

    http://www.ddhammocks.com/products/underblankets

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    Coincidentally, I just took delivery of one today. My wife was curiously not mad...

    Maybe it's because she knows I'll be forced to use it from now on, and she's kicking me out of the house!

    The upshot is I don't know what it's like yet, but I'll try to get a chance to set it up and let you know what I think.
    It's bad luck to be superstitious.

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    I use it. Bought it because it was a cheap option, and I wanted to try things out first before buying a EUR 200 down uq. Works just fine to me. Have slept in definite single digit temps with it - I'd even wager that that night it was below 5. So for now I'm just keeping it actually.

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    I have one, I think the suspension system is strange so I've moded mine to have a channel at the ends to close up so its more like all the other underquilts i've seen. I find the biggest problem is due to the weigt of it it is difficult to get it stay up tight against you all the way along. but because its not differentially cut if you tighten it too much then you just squash it flat against you. Having said that I've used it down to about -1 and was fine but hopfully not i've modded it i'm hoping for -5

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    Hi,

    I am late to this party but you might find this thread useful as it has a review of this under-blanket.
    I for one rate it highly

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...t=Underblanket

    regards

    EnglishBod
    Last edited by EnglishBob; 10-26-2012 at 11:05. Reason: adding link

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