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What did you buy today?

Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by Nova & Pinky, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. ProjeKtWEREWOLF

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    I ordered a Mattock Pick so I can destroy everything in my garden!!
     
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  3. Herman30

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    I just recieved a new flashlight, Fenix WT20R.
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    And in the post on the way a new jacket, Särmä windproof fishtail parka.

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    Recent acquisitions to the herd, a Fieldcrafter and a Gary Mills Esk 2. Well impressed with both ergonomics and edge holding ability.

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  5. Keith_Beef

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    Half a tank of 95 octane petrol.
    Four cans of Belgian lager.

    And a LEG VICE!!!1!111!
     
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  6. Nice65

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    Been after one for ages. :)

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    For those that want, Endicotts have/had a few. I ended up with the Grade 1, the 2 sold out really quickly.
     
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    Got this for Kim
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    30 Quid GoOutDoors jet boil knock off. Now when I click my fingers, tea should manifest itself that bit quicker !
    Not tried it yet but it does look like a nice bit of kit, works with normal pots too.
     
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    I must be getting old or something...I skip past the 'shiny' edged things and that Särmä windproof fishtail parka grabs my eye these days....
    Not actually today, but last week decided to take a punt on a Millican Fraser 25L pack as a general day-to-day user.
    So far, I've been very impressed, bar a couple of niggles, and might even get around to doing a review of it once it's bedded in.
     
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  9. Herman30

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    Been playing around with the Särmä fishtail parka (inside). Works well as intended = as a windproof layer on top of my Särmä M15 wool jacket when it get cold outside. Will not be using the button-on liner that came with the parka.
    On all the cinch cords I have added a cordlock, same model as on british military smocks = the two halves can be pulled apart.
    This model:
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    What looks like a new Tarp Hat for £3 in a charity shop.
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    Viking Patrol Rucksack 60l and a sawyer mini for me.
     
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    I bought one of these
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    And stitched on to my Driza Bone, and now I have a breast pocket.
     
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    A camper van. :drive:

    Super excited and can’t wait to go and pick it up. :)
     
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    Oh, that is exciting!

    I didnt buy anything today; I found a Vango Comfort 7.5 self inflating mat in the bin.

    I thought it would be damaged, but it seems just fine.

    Thats a handy find, but it is rather bulky.
     
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    Lucky you! I'm realy jealous. The only camper I can afford is my China vw camper van piggy bank!
     
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    What did you get Matey ?
     
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    It’s eBay listing is above. The guy selling it is a genuinely nice bloke who’s been messed about by potential buyers and just wants someone to take on his pride and joy now his youngest is starting school and they have to be more fixed location.

    It’s a cracker I reckon, just what we’ve been after :)
     
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    Every cloud has a silver lining. I hope you have many happy miles in it.
     
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    Thank you. :)
     

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