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    Member Gavin1999's Avatar
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    my eno single nest

    my eno single nest hammock has treated me well for about 4 months now and i love it. so i wanted to share my opinion about this hammock in hopes that it helps someone on the forums. i like this hammock very much but i do find that the stock carabiners are a little heavy so i suggest getting separate set of carabiners. the eno hammock is made of ripstop nylon (the stuff they make parachute with) while the bottom of the eno hammock is a little chilly so i suggest a sleeping pad if you do not have one already. this hammock packs down extremely well. and is very light wight. you can get it in good colors i have the red eno single nest hammock. the single nest hammock cost 55.00 American money plus tax. not sure in other countries overall i give this hammock a 9 out of 10 hope you found this review helpful give me your hammock set -ups also tell me how you like about your hammock
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    Nice overview, thanks for sharing your thoughts! New carabiners and some sort of bottom insulation (a pad, or an underquilt) are both good suggestions.
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    Member BlackHand's Avatar
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    ENO just released their new "ProNest" which has new aluminum caribiners and is slightly smaller than the SingleNest i believe for $65
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    Member Gavin1999's Avatar
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    thank you guys for your support and help i hope you guys have more help on the way as i have more post coming for you guys.

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    I bought my eno this past September and love it. I switched out the hanging gear for whoopies, slings and 2 black diamond carabiners. Saved some weight and bulk too. Enjoy your eno!

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    ENO Pronest was My Forced banishment to the tree's. I Too upgraded the biners, to lighter weight.. and Whoopies. As with sprayed it down with Permethrin(Hate skeeters & Ticks), plus drip cords to the ends. Great starter Hammock, Needs Underquilt to keep CBS in check.

    Then I found this Forum. Wallet was fat, now it's been trimmed.. Upgraded to DL with whoopies, With Superfly bought today.. to further enhance my Hang.

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    Those biners were the first to go, now for this hammock all I use is the same rope the hammock came with fully extended knot taken out and long tree huggers and marlin spike.

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    Biners and rope had to go on my double nest. Just ran a whoopie through the channel works great for me. Also somebody please correct me if I'm wrong but I think ENOs are taffeta. Not ripstop. Mine defiantly doesn't look or feel like ripstop. Great idea to put your opinion on here keep on hangin
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    Senior Member otter's Avatar
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    i started out in a eno single they are very good hammocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otter View Post
    i started out in a eno single they are very good hammocks.
    Me too! Still have it. Then went to a DN, and then several DIY, and found the one for me. I have thought about selling both ENOs, but I love the fabric, and they are great hammocks. I'll keep them and use them on occasion and use them as loaners. I have an *** SM that is interested in hanging. So come spring, when it warms up a bit, I have a few different that he can try........RR
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