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  1. #11
    Crawldaddy's Avatar
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    Oct 2006
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    Ruff..Rufeton... Rutherfordton, NC
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    Circadian
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    11 footer
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    I have both hammocks and almost always go for the Circadian. Fits me better. 6' 195#

  2. #12
    New Member
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    May 2023
    Location
    Chattanooga, TN
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    DW Chameleon
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    WB Cloudburst
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    HG - Economy 20deg
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    DW Beetlebuckle
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    I received my Chameleon yesterday and I have to say it's pretty nice. The hexon 1.2 is soft, but so was my ENO technest. I set it up in the attic this morning (raining outside), and I have to say it is more comfortable than the ENO, assume that's because of the length. I had no idea at the time, that would make a difference till someone on the site responded to my first post on the site. I got a storage pocket, peak shelf and installed those (these will be great). I've learned a lot from the folks here, so will be trail testing (Cumberland Trail near Chattanooga) in a couple weeks and trying my new UQ/TQ from hammock gear. The only odd thing is the storage pocket clips don't align with the D rings on the hammock, they are longer. That seems weird to me. See the pic.
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  3. #13
    Senior Member peeeeetey's Avatar
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    May 2016
    Location
    Charlotte, NC
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    Double Dutch
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    OneTigris hot tent
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    I have the old version before they renamed it Circadion. The bugnet is neither removable or interchangeable with other covers like the Chamilion does. I have both and use the Chamelion in a double setup so my wife and I can sleep together.
    Last edited by peeeeetey; 12-02-2023 at 18:16. Reason: misspell

  4. #14
    Member
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    Jul 2012
    Location
    Apopka, FL
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    Hennessey Safari
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    Kelty Noah 9 or 12
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    UGQ under quilt
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    ENO Atlas Straps
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    I have used Hennessy and ENO's for years and recently bought a Circadian Pro. Love it. Here it is on my Suwannee property which hurricane Idalia roughed up so bad that I couldn't find 2 undamaged trees to hang it between.

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  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by peeeeetey View Post
    I have the old version before they renamed it Circadion. The bugnet is neither removable or interchangeable with other covers like the Chamilion does. I have both and use the Chamelion in a double setup so my wife and I can sleep together.
    I got my real start with the hammock gear wanderlust package on sale a few years back .it came with tarp under quilt top quilt and circadian . It works great but like someone said hammocks are addictive.now I rotate through the hg and my chameleon with top cover ,my 1.3cloud with spreader bar and sometimes a Hennessy but after using under quilts the pad system is not as good . Plus I got a custom under and top quilt 10 degree custom for when it really gets cold . I'm still shopping I'm addicted
    P.s. Best wishes and get well soon shug!

  6. #16
    Senior Member peeeeetey's Avatar
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    Pretty much the same hammock at least for me. The Chamelion has a removable bug net which allows other tops. The Circadian will unzip to one end and then there is a storage bag at the end. I have a older one that was marketed under another name.

  7. #17
    New Member
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    May 2023
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    Chattanooga, TN
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    DW Beetlebuckle
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    Quote Originally Posted by peeeeetey View Post
    Pretty much the same hammock at least for me. The Chamelion has a removable bug net which allows other tops. The Circadian will unzip to one end and then there is a storage bag at the end. I have a older one that was marketed under another name.
    I ended up with the chameleon and am satisfied.


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