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  1. #81
    cat's out of the bag i guess, at least it only happened a few hours before we went live

    i started a new thread for specific questions about the items

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    I can see the reason it took awhile. Brandon didn't design just a hammock. He designed a complete system.
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    Guess I can't get one as I weigh more than 250 lbs

    Doesn't look anything like I thought it would, looks better.
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    Great job Im very impressed Brandon, you definitely put some time into this. Sorry for letting the cat outa the bag early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krshome View Post
    Great job Im very impressed Brandon, you definitely put some time into this. Sorry for letting the cat outa the bag early.
    so you're the guilty one? no worries few hours early is no big deal

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    I just recieved a email from Warbonnet that the new bridge and all accessories would be posted on their website for order..anybody else get the email from the email list you signed up for announcing the new products?

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    Yes, I got the email about an hour and a half ago. I placed the order about 10 seconds later. :-D

    They are on the website and dying to be purchased...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianWillan View Post
    The suspension triangle on the Ridgerunner is huge. That is certainly going to limit where you can hang this.

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    This is just a characteristic of a bridge hammock. The distance between trees for me is closer to 15' now.
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    The deed is done. My order is in. Whayoo!

    We will see if it works for a side sleeper(I'll make a report). The description doesn't sound promising.

  10. #90
    Quote Originally Posted by BrianWillan View Post
    The suspension triangle on the Ridgerunner is huge. That is certainly going to limit where you can hang this.

    Looks great with lots of interesting feature. Is that extra pocket of fabric similar in function to the shelf in the Blackbird?

    Cheers

    Brian
    yes, big triangle is required for a wider spread at the shoulders, i didn't want to make any tradeoffs on shoulder squeeze so ended up with the longer triangle, shouldn't be too much harder to find trees a few feet farther apart though

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