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Mine turned up today too. Bought the cheapo version and its exactly the same as a DD camping hammock just £12ish cheaper and no zip on the side between the two layers. Not super light at ~850g but not hideous either. A light, thin piece of open cell foam would insulate from underneath. If your not p...
I used to use a mat when I got my first hammock which was fine but when I got my first underquilt I vowed never to use a pad again. It's just so much more comfy and theres no fear of the mat popping out from you in the middle of the night.
- Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:22 am
- Forum: General banter
- Topic: How concerned are you about weight?
- Replies: 9
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Having light kit is the aim for me but I do try to justify the extra spendy stuff for the savings in weight. If, say, a sleeping bag was costing £180 and there was a better version saving 100g for an extra £20/30ish, thats fine but anything more than the £20/30ish and i start to struggle with the ju...