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    pro & cons of 0 vs 20 degree under quilt?

    Just wondering what would be the draw backs of going with the 0 degree underquilt as opposed to the 20 degree besides weight,cost and size. What I would like to know is will the 0 be too warm in say 30 degree weather? I have never hammocked yet I am waiting for delivery of my clark nx 250.

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    I wouldn't worry about being too warm with a 0* UQ in 30 degrees. However, you might get more use out of a 20* UQ. I've used mine from 70* to 15 degrees. The 0* is likely gonna be to hot in the upper ranges.

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    +1 on what silvrsurfr said. my 0 degree is way to warm above 55-60 degree nights.

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    Thanks for the info SilverSurfer.

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    Thanks for the info pebbles.

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    I slept last weekend with my 0 HG Pheonix...temps were 19C at lowest. I was not too warm, just kept my top quilt only half over me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayson View Post
    I slept last weekend with my 0 HG Pheonix...temps were 19C at lowest. I was not too warm, just kept my top quilt only half over me.
    Thanks good to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayson View Post
    I slept last weekend with my 0 HG Pheonix...temps were 19C at lowest. I was not too warm, just kept my top quilt only half over me.
    Someday we'll join the rest of the world and move to metric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by octothorpesarus View Post
    Someday we'll join the rest of the world and move to metric.
    Ya sorry. Forgot about you poor yankies...19C is 66.5F.

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    I keep my metric app at hand.

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