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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyDan View Post
    I received my BB today, too. Very impressed with the workmanship and design ... surprised by the flat and comfortable lie ... highly recommend !!!
    congrats Indydan. You get the double or single

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    The decent language guidelines are not just for children.
    Believe it or not, there are quite a few adults that don't care to hear it ...and I'm one of them<G>. Thanks.
    Add me to that list. Thanks slowhike for the comment. Anyway you all have fun with your new hammocks. I hope you all enjoy them as much as everyone else that has a BB does. That is one hammock that I hope to try out one day. Until then I will enjoy the growing closet full of hammocks as I acquire them!

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    Golfer

    I got the double 1.1 ... I like the flexibility or option of adding a pad to the BB. I'm looking at the new NeoAir mattress for the BB and a DIY bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLFER View Post
    hey shug how's ya been hangin.( no pun intended ha ha). Is it warming up yet there in roseville, Minnesota. Getting to 50's and 60's here now and I'll be golfing tommorow. Laying in the hammock as I type this on the iPod touch. I put the pad inbetween the layers of the hammock and man is this thing comfy crazy. It really keeps the hammock flatter than expected. Now just have to get some guts to go outside this friday or Saturday
    See ya
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    In the 50's tonight and high 60's today ... weird sweating on a uni ride.
    The pads between is nice, huh? Hey ... you got GUTS MAN .... just string 'er up and report back, ya' hear.
    Wish to hang tonight but helping the sis-in-law with a faux painting job tomorrow as a paid favor..... they are on a deadline and I am a speedy worker. Makes an after work hang a wee bit sweeter.
    Oh, it is St. Paddy's Day .... got a wee show to do as well.
    Used to be my favorite holiday until I had to see a Man about Temperance!
    Now I have some cabbage and a green cupcake. No more donnybrooks. Those were the days. Now I am mellow-ish and more interested in a good hang.
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    i like the avatar shug

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    Almost 2:00 am here, just in from work, and I see a box on the porch. I pick it up but decide it can't be the Blackbird. For one thing, it got here way too fast, and it is way too light to hold a complete hammock and 4 of the biners I ordered with it. Ok, it's the Blackbird, but wow, this thing is weightless! I love it, thank you Brandon. I also like the Warbonnet printed on the biners, very cool. Will my neighbors shoot me if I hang it at 3:00 am? More on that later, life is good, Nick
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mooncranker View Post
    I also like the Warbonnet printed on the biners, very cool.
    Warbonnet biners?? what is this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by animalcontrol View Post
    Warbonnet biners?? what is this?
    They look just like the Trek Light biners and weigh about .8oz each. If they are the same (99.997% positive they are) then they are great biners! Used a set on my AT hike and still using the same ones. Well, until I got the Warbonnet ones this weekend. I like the color of the WB ones better than the Trek Light ones; they're grey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    They look just like the Trek Light biners and weigh about .8oz each. If they are the same (99.997% positive they are) then they are great biners! Used a set on my AT hike and still using the same ones. Well, until I got the Warbonnet ones this weekend. I like the color of the WB ones better than the Trek Light ones; they're grey.
    Using them for the suspension biners ?(hooking webbing around the tree?) If yes, are they rated for that? (I guess that question has been ran into the ground...sorry )
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    Quote Originally Posted by animalcontrol View Post
    Using them for the suspension biners ?(hooking webbing around the tree?) If yes, are they rated for that? (I guess that question has been ran into the ground...sorry )
    Yep! They are stamped as rated "500 kgs".
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