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Chameleon Symmetrical Bugnet

$43.00

Do you like to lay head right and feet left? Maybe sometimes head left and feet right? Well now you don’t have to decide and can freely switch directions in the middle of the night to suit your comfort. With the symmetrical bugnet it will give you the freedom to lay in the direction of your choice without having to remove your bugnet in order to adjust the lay direction. It will still provide all of the comfort and safety from those pesky bugs and it will include convenient easy to grasp sausage pulls on all eight zipper tabs.

weight: 130.4 g

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Do you like to lay head right and feet left? Maybe sometimes head left and feet right? Well now you don’t have to decide and can freely switch directions in the middle of the night to suit your comfort. With the symmetrical bugnet it will give you the freedom to lay in the direction of your choice without having to remove your bugnet in order to adjust the lay direction. It will still provide all of the comfort and safety from those pesky bugs and it will include convenient easy to grab sausage pulls on all eight zipper tabs. The tie outs on either side will connect to the inner D-rings and pull out from the center on either side of the hammock to allow a nice flat lay in the direction of your choice.

Weight: 130.4 grams

Not sure on which top to choose for your Chameleon? CLICK HERE for more details.

Click here for instructions on how to use your new Chameleon Hammock.

 

Additional information

Weight 130.4 g
SKU DUT112

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  1. al_to_cool

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    al_to_cool

    On your product page it says 4 zipper pulls but in the description tab it says 8 zipper pulls. Does it have 4 or 8? Do you need 8 zipper pulls?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      It is a total of 8. The page will be updated.

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  2. jhgoalie30

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    jhgoalie30

    what is the weight limit for this hammock?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      This is the Symmetrical Bugnet not a hammock.
      All of our hammocks go by the fabric for the weight limit. Please see the following weight limits:
      Hexon 1.6: 350lbs
      Hexon 1.0: 200lbs
      Hexon 2.4: 400lbs
      Argon 1.6: 300lbs

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  3. xradkai

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    xradkai

    How strong is this netting material?

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  4. jakeswift

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    jakeswift

    I have one of your 11 ft. netless hammocks from about two years ago.
    Would this net be compatible?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      No, it is only made for the chameleon and you should look into the bottom entry bug net.

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  5. Adam Madge

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    Adam Madge

    Will this fit the wide body hammock?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear (verified owner)

      Yes, all of our tops and bugnets for the chameleon fit both the wide and regular.

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