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    eagles nest vs hennessy hammock

    I have currently a HH but am looking into buying a eagles nest can you all help me with the pros and cons.
    TY, Monte

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    Welcome to the forum.

    What specifically would you like to know about ENO's? Quite a few of us have used ENO's extensively. Great hammocks.

    Just off the top of my head -

    Pros -
    - simple
    - flexible
    - durable
    - comfortable

    Cons -
    - no integrated bug net
    - slapstraps are made of nylon, and stretch a lot (easily replaced)
    - no pad sleeve (can be tricky to use a pad inside the hammock)
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    i always liked the ease of entry/exit/access to pack of the eno over the hh.

    their hammock (eno) + their bugnet will be heavier and bulkier than the hh.

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    I am trying to find out prices for the netting and the tarp, and should i go with same brand. thaks again for everyone.

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    most don't seem to think the eno tarp is any good, it's not sil, so it's heavy for the coverage, and so is their bugnet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monte View Post
    I am trying to find out prices for the netting and the tarp, and should i go with same brand. thaks again for everyone.
    No no no no no.......STOP! Put down that search engine befor you hurt someone with it. My advice unto thee is to avoid ENO tarps like the plague. Their coverage is exceptionally poor and they're heavy to boot. They've come out with a sil model, but it's pretty expensive for the amount of coverage you get from it. There are many more excellent tarps out there that have much better coverage. Speer, JRB, MacCat, etc are all excellent options.
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    seems that most hammockers get something other than the stock tarp - the Hennessy isn't large enough to use for a porch or cold weather camping. The Speer winter tarp, the JRB tarps, the Mac Cat tarps are some of the better looking options, IMO. I have a tarp made by Preacha's wife - not sure they are still in business but it's still holding together despite my tripping over guy lines repeatedly.

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    lori: ooooh, you have a Precha's Wife tarp? I'm jealous. I was about to order one when I got the impression that she wasn't making them anymore.

    I agree that a tarp that is around 10x11 or 10x12 is better in a lot of conditions than a smaller one. Beyond that, it is up to each hanger what flavor/features they find useful.

    I would opt for a double if you go for the ENO hammock. I have a TrekLight double (which is now my backup hammock), ummm, actually I have two TL doubles now that I think of it... Anyway, the double hammock is easier to get a good lay in. Ummm, I mean that to say, it's easier to lay diagonally and get flatter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowmoss View Post
    lori: ooooh, you have a Precha's Wife tarp? I'm jealous. I was about to order one when I got the impression that she wasn't making them anymore.

    I agree that a tarp that is around 10x11 or 10x12 is better in a lot of conditions than a smaller one. Beyond that, it is up to each hanger what flavor/features they find useful.

    I would opt for a double if you go for the ENO hammock. I have a TrekLight double (which is now my backup hammock), ummm, actually I have two TL doubles now that I think of it... Anyway, the double hammock is easier to get a good lay in. Ummm, I mean that to say, it's easier to lay diagonally and get flatter.
    Oh, right! I think we KNOW what you REALLY meant, Shadowmoss! I remember those pics of you and Cereberus ( was it?) in your TL double at
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