Thanks for the edits and comments. Most have been made, the report uploaded and the temp deleted.
See you in a couple months,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Derek Hansen <derek.hansen@...> wrote:
> > HEIGHT: 6' 3" (1.91 m)
> > WEIGHT: 215 lb (97.50 kg)
> Edit/Comment: Just to make sure I am consistent between the three testers. You can ditch the hundredths decimal point (e.g., 1.9 m, 97.5 kg or 98 kg) and round slightly, throughout your report.
This is a function of the BGT Report Writer. It does it automatically on those. As far as rounding a kilograms when giving the tent weight that does not make sense to people that want to know what it weighs. One kg is 2.2 pounds which is a big spread. I do round off grams and centimeters.
> > I've been backpacking for over 30 years,
> EDIT: My count puts your bio at 104 words, just over the 100 maximum.
I just got called on this a few months ago and changed it. I count 100 on the dot.
> > orange anodized DAC Featherlight NSL Combi
> Comment: I mentioned this on another report -- do we know what "DAC" and "NSL" stand for?
Nope, I have never been able to find it on any of DAC's info.
> > The Arete's inner is accessed by a single large
> Comment: Inner what? I was left trying to think of the right word. Maybe nothing. Maybe, "inner space," or "sleeping/living area?"
> > It also allows the tent inner and fly
> Comment: I think it is more common to refer to the "tent" and the "fly" as the two main pieces, unless the Arete is a double-walled tent _and_ has a fly. I wonder if "inner" is necessary here.
It is a double-wall tent.