The BIAS Buginator Bug Net Review

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5 Responses

  1. Kudzu says:

    Great review. I love my Buginator. I’d rather do without it but in Florida that’s seldom an option.

  2. Matt says:

    I’m trying to understand your narration in the video regarding the bottom opening – were the spiders coming in from the bottom because you did not draw in the bottom opening? Or were the spiders getting in regardless?

    • Derek says:

      I think a combination of factors. The reality is that these bug net styles have a large opening in the bottom. Period. Depending on how you lay, shift, and move, you can open up creases that are enough for bugs to get in. I wouldn’t say it is a common problem, but it is possible. In my case, the netting wasn’t as tight as it could have been, nor was it pulled up as high, so critters climbed on in. I wasn’t expecting it, but I shouldn’t have been surprised. It was a good reminder that this type of netting requires a little more vigilance than a 360° net or a sewn-in zippered net.

  3. David says:

    Great section. May I ask what yellow hammock you are using in your photos, please? I am a taller chappies ant this one looks ample lenghtwise. Thanks. David

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