I have it installed, as at work we have been finding more people using it and none of our mapping equipment is compatible with it. Seems ok. Do I think an OS grid reference is better? Yes, but do I always have an OS map with me? Most people have there phone. It is a handy bit of tech.
Tru-nord 150c Zipper pull / key ring model compass
It has been carried and has a nice patina on the brass (could be polished off if required)
Great condition, works as it should, moves freely.
Full spec here
(Bic lighter for scale, not included in sale)
I am looking for £50 delivered to a...
I found all the microfibre towels pretty poor, and after a short time in use picked up a nasty damp smell. I moved over to a Hamman towel, its light, dries me and dries off quickly and is a decent size which can be really handy from time to time!
That's less than three months use from a mug, how many styrofoam cups would you have thrown away in that time? And as an aside, most of my mugs are 10+ years old. Much better than anything plastic.
I had a Brownchurch model on my 110, I Know the weight was well forward and it was an old model so fairly heavy but very rugged. Made the car wallow like a pig.
Used it all year around in the UK, down to -7 was warm enough, the canvas kept the wind out and kept it dark in the early sunrises...
It does not look a bad set up to me, having the fire and associated embers raised up makes life so much easier, I may have tried to get the fire area on the left a bit larger, so you are able to move heat around to set up different cooking zones. The flat prep area on the right looks handy too...
I had a ADB tree split out in the wind a few weeks ago. I found this site https://www.forestresearch.gov.uk/tools-and-resources/pest-and-disease-resources/ash-dieback-hymenoscyphus-fraxineus/chalara-manual-2-managing-ash-trees-and-woodland-including-logs-and-firewood/ Quite helpful to look at...