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Crusader cup lids FS.

Discussion in 'Makers Market' started by launditch1, Feb 22, 2010.

  1. launditch1

    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    Offered here are lids to fit the crusader metal cup(not the plastic one)These will solve the problem of those plastic one's melting into your tea!
    Made from aluminium with a brass loop riveted on.Im asking £9 inc p&p for these.Thanks for looking.
    Also available in stainless steel but they will be £11.

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  2. Black Sheep

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    Ally one please.

    PM sent.

    Richard
     
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    Stainless one please. PM your details and I'll cough up.

    Nice one.
     
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    Stainless one for me as well please.

    Graham
     
  5. Green Arrow

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    aghh stop making things I want!!!
    :eek:

    An ally one please

    PP on way
    Nick
     
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    Ally please, PM inbound
     
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    Two aliminum ones please. I'll pm your paypal details to me n i'll sort put payment tomorrow when i'm not at work.
    Cheers
    Sam
     
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    *gulp*
    Im gonna busy then!:D
     
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    Fancy a challenge? How about making me one in stainless with no top lifter, but, an edge extension so I could get a pot gripper on it and use it as a tiny frying pan as well when used "upside down"? If you like the idea, we can negotiate a price then.

    Failing that, I'll just have one in stainless please.

    Nigel.
     
  10. launditch1

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    Do you mean a taller edge all the way round or like a little bit just for the gripper?
     
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    :wow1: Stainless one please. PM on its way!

    PREPER..... :)
     
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    dave 53 here just what ive been looking for i will have an ally one please send me your paypal details and i will flash the cash
    thanks dave
     
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    dave 53 here money on the way thanks launditch1
    regards dave
     
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    Stainless please, if you're not worried about the size of your order book! :D PM on its way.
     
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    launditch1 dave 53 here i have cancelled first pp and sent you a new one hope you get it let me know
    regards dave53
     
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    Got it, thanks mate.Must have been a typo.Sorry about the hassle.
     
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    hi launditch1 is the got it message to me -dave 53
     
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    I think just an extra bit at one side for a gripper to be able to grab it, not a deep ege all the way around. Inch wide and inch long-ish? I reckon such a thing may just manage a couple of bacon slices, or sausages, or an egg. I was thinking bacon/sausage/egg sarnie for breakfast. Upon reflection, that may mean quite a bit of wasted metal. Do you think it may be a worthwhile project to try? If not, I shan't cry as it was just a sort of wish.

    Nigel.
     

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