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    brand question.

    hey. What do you prefessinal hammock campers think of the hammock brand called hommock bliss?

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    I have one that I have stuffed in my car for a while for family camping trips. Don't know where or when I got it, but it has lasted for a while. I swapped out suspensions a few months ago, just to play around. The original suspension was waaay stretchy.

    I don't think I paid very much for it and I will say it has served it's purpose. I have now gone the DIY route as my go to system.

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    I have their bugnet on my grand trunk ultralight... It is a nice quality gear, not the lightest piece of gear there are a lot lighter options out there... But the hammocks that I have seen are good gear probably in the eno and grand trunk quality level...
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    Good hammocks for backyard or car camping. For lightweight backcountry outings there are better choices IMO.
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    Hmmmmm. Ok I'm gonna try it out.. I got it on amazon for like 60 bucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammocknoob View Post
    Hmmmmm. Ok I'm gonna try it out.. I got it on amazon for like 60 bucks
    For that price a weight weenie micro could have been had, less weight, 10' long...


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    Heh yea its a good deal but its tested for 225lb. I'm well over that. But thanks for the link!

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    I have their All Purpose Shelter and use it for a tarp... Until my Superfly comes anyway. The construction is good. It's held up for a year now. Too small for a true hammock tarp though.
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