Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Grass Valley, Ca
Hammock: DIY "The Crippler"
Tarp: "Cuben Refugee"
Insulation: DIY "The Ex-gf"
Suspension: Whoopie Slings
Welcome to HF!
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Manchester, UK
Hi from Manchester (england) too.
You guys have some great gear there. It's just a shame eno ships with usps, would be much cheaper if they used dhl
(import tax would be the same, but royal mail charge £8 handling fee (about $12) DHL charge £1.25)
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Join Date: Jan 2012
Hammock: DD Travel Hammock/Bivi
Tarp: DD Tarp MC
Hi from a fellow Scot and fellow newbie.
I've just gone for the DD Travel/Bivi hammock that you're planning to get - from my short time with it it seems a great bit of kit. The idea of being able to use it as a bivi was a major selling point for me. The company are fantastic to deal with too, everything I've bought has arrived the next day and they're very quick to respond to queries.
Loads of great information on the forum, I'm still working my way through some of the older posts.
welcome to the madness from the other side of the pond
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