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    Weight weenie hammokc and the 225lb limit?

    I weigh 200lbs on the .

    I see the WW has a 225lb weight limit. I still feel paranoid wanting one when im so close to the limit. Is this safe or should i look elsewhere? anyone have one in similar weight to me?

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    I'm 225# and I used one for over a year with no issues before I sold it. You should be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman View Post
    I'm 225# and I used one for over a year with no issues before I sold it. You should be fine.
    haha, ok. I thought I was just being overly paranoid.

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    NO problems, even if a bit "over the limit", if my experience is any indication. I'm 10 pounds "over", and use my BIAS WW regularly.
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