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    Senior Member hikingjer's Avatar
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    SOLD: Hennessy Ultralight Backpacker A-Sym

    For Sale:

    Hennessy Ultralight Backpacker A-Sym hammock with about 14 nights in it. It looks almost like new since I take care of my gear. Fully functional and not beat up. Doesn't smell funny, have any stains, scratches or cuts. Purchased in 2007.

    Treehugger straps are NOT included (they're "well used").

    Photos here, here and here.

    $100 and buyer pays shipping. Send private message for more info.

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    Senior Member StumpJumper's Avatar
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    I can't believe no one is jumping on this one... even to have a backup or spare for a friend! I just put in an order for a WBBB, otherwise I'd be laying in this within a week!

    FYI.... these used are selling for $150 on eBay. Glad you posted here first, but if no one is going to take you up, might as well get max value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hikingjer View Post
    For Sale:

    Hennessy Ultralight Backpacker A-Sym hammock with about 14 nights in it. It looks almost like new since I take care of my gear. Fully functional and not beat up. Doesn't smell funny, have any stains, scratches or cuts. Purchased in 2007.

    Treehugger straps are NOT included (they're "well used").

    Photos here, here and here.

    $100 and buyer pays shipping. Send private message for more info.

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    Yeah, really, you see Hennessy Expeditions on ebay all the time, UL Backpackers are scarce, no way I'd take less than a C-note for it. That hammock works quite well for me.

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    ahh how much i would love to buy this! i just bought one for my dad for fathers days and i got in it and it was great. do you have any ideas how much it would be to ship to FL?
    Jesus looked at them and said, "With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God." Mark 10:27

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    Quote Originally Posted by nighthawk156 View Post
    ahh how much i would love to buy this! i just bought one for my dad for fathers days and i got in it and it was great. do you have any ideas how much it would be to ship to FL?
    I'm sure it would fit in a $4.95 flat rate box.

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    Senior Member Red Hat's Avatar
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    $4.95 is a Flat rate envelope... Flat Rate Boxes start at $9...

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    Go to www.usps.com and click on the calculate postage link. Estimate the weight high and pick a zip code in WA (ie Seattle) and your own zipcode as the destination. It will give you all sorts of choices and the price connected with each choice
    I may be slow... But I sure am gimpy.

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    I'm new here and this looks a great site. I've never tried a hammock but am very much into lightweight backpacking. I have sent a PM on this item as I believe it is certainly one of the lighter hammocks to purchase. Is there any reason a complete novice should steer of this model?


    Thanks in advance.

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    The same reason any novice should steer clear of any hammock...






    It is a highly addictive hobby that inevitably leads to spending more money than you can possibly afford. Other than that the Backpacker UL is as good a gateway drug as you will find anywhere. Better than some. But then I do really enjoy my own HH.
    I may be slow... But I sure am gimpy.

    "Bless you child, when you set out to thread a needle don't hold the thread still and fetch the needle up to it; hold the needle still and poke the thread at it; that's the way a woman most always does, but a man always does t'other way."
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    Has this sold? If not I might be interested in picking this up for a friend.

    Christian

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