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    Thumbs up enLIGHTened Equipment

    Just a shout out to Tim at enLIGHTened Equipment. The guy makes the best hammock UQ's. Love the Karo Step differential baffles. Also, the synthetics he sells are just as good. Anyone else tried Tim's stuff?

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    Ive been using one of Tims quilts for over a year. Very satisfied.

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    I like Tim Marshal's Enlightened Equipment quilts. Good designs from my usage perspective. *And, they are reasonably priced!*

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    http://www.enlightenedequipment.com/

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    I didn't know Tim was making underquilts. That's great news.

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    I bought an EE quilt for last summer's bicycle trip and couldn't be more pleased with it, a RevX 30. The differential baffling is about right. It takes some fussing, but that's OK with me to get the versatility.

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    if I didn't make my own, I'd by them from Tim. Tim's stuff is so good I waffle on the fence every time decision time comes around. For the most part- all Tim's quilts are set up to be underquilts now too from my understanding- so you're covered either way now.

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    Love my 0 degree quilt. Next on the list is a 20 degree.

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