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    Thumbs up This is a bargain!

    "Army" firesteels for 7.99 with free postage:
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Original-Swedish-Army-Firesteel

    I've absolutely no connection with the seller at all but these really are a bargain worth going for, even if you already have a firesteel!

    cheers

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    Default ... and so is this

    Palm Rivertec Rescue Spec PFD, magic if you are small-medium. 31-95
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261147931683



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    Now there's an idea! a sticky type thread, specifically for "paddling bargains" ( as opposed to making spiders webs............sticky thread?....see?)



    Steve

    Ps: just a shame the BA's a small size, same with the cag they're flogging for 26'odd


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    Quote Originally Posted by rancid badger View Post
    Now there's an idea! a sticky type thread, specifically for "paddling bargains" ( as opposed to making spiders webs............sticky thread?....see?)

    Steve
    Sounds like a good plan to me too

    Quote Originally Posted by rancid badger View Post
    Ps: just a shame the BA's a small size, same with the cag they're flogging for 26'odd
    I think the Palm RiverTec is now "Last Years Model" ... and maybe the small sizes didn't sell as well as the larger ones and are being sold off, don't know ... but a new ~120 70N (that's what is says on the PFD) rated rescue spec PFD for 32 inc P&P ... think I believe in Christmas again.

    I've a friend who's bought one for her grandson ... it's arrived and it's brill ... the daft thing is I could wear it and I've not been a size 36" chest for many, many years ... they go a bit bigger than you'd think.
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    A sticky bargains thread would be an excellent idea. Sadly I am too fat for the PFD!
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    Thread now sticky
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    plenty of firesteels on ebay for less than that.
    sod work, im off for a paddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnr View Post
    plenty of firesteels on ebay for less than that.
    True but the cheaper ones I've tried tend to be a bit lacking in oomph when it comes to sparks

    The other point to remember is the actual diameter of the steel, a lot of the cheaper ones are the skinny types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal Grey View Post
    A sticky bargains thread would be an excellent idea. Sadly I am too fat for the PFD!
    For Mal and everyone else who overindulged at Christmas .....

    .... from Julie at The Watershed Online Canoe Outlet, as sent to me in an email following my order of the small RiverTec Rescue PDF ...
    Delta Traveller Buoyancy Aid (XXL) ... 27 (NB: this is a touring as opposed to a ww rescue spec PFD)



    Seem to have other good stuff too.

    Click on the pic or go here ... http://www.the-watershed.co.uk/canoe/
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    Default Cheap 25m throwbags/8mm floating line

    ... and to cross-post Mat's thread ... see here http://www.songofthepaddle.co.uk/for...w-bags-on-Ebay

    25m throwbags for 9.99p + P&P ... I've ordered 2

    Click on the pic, eBay Item No. 300829697754

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    Quote Originally Posted by Potty Paddler View Post
    Palm Rivertec Rescue Spec PFD, magic if you are small-medium. 31-95p
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261147931683



    blue or red ... no connection to seller.
    My Christmas diet seems to have worked ... here is me in my size XS/S Whitewater RiverTec Rescue PFD

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    Breath out Mike, Breath out.

    Looks decent enough fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratty View Post
    Breath out Mike, Breath out.
    Looks decent enough fit.
    Hi Russ, I can breath in and out, no problem, ... and I could wearing the one that Nettie had bought for her grandson too, so it's not a one off. I'd say up to 40" chest easy leaving plenty of room for clothing, cag, drysuit or whatever.

    I'd love to see someone size XS wearing this.

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    Mike, have you been playing with that Shrink Ray again?



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    Mike, are you sure your toes aren't blue?!? ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crow View Post
    Mike, have you been playing with that Shrink Ray again?
    G ... You know I learned my lesson ... last time

    Quote Originally Posted by bonehead59 View Post
    Mike, are you sure your toes aren't blue?!? ;-)
    Dris ... absolutely certain .... and if I was a girl I'd be over the moon ... so what would this make me ... Size 8?
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    Default Canoe Seats

    Need to cross-post this to this thread too. As found by Marcus2 ... Matt at Kayaks NorthWest is selling off uncut canoe seats at 14-99 each.
    Just what I needed for my Minuet , thanks Marcus ... mine have now arrived.
    Search for Ebay Item No. 170958479517 or click on the pic ...

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    Check out the Craghoppers website there are some proper sale bargains here... (whats left that is!)

    http://www.craghoppers.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hornbeam View Post
    Check out the Craghoppers website there are some proper sale bargains here...

    http://www.craghoppers.com/
    Thanks for that, just had a very expensive 10 mins on the site ;-)
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    Cheers Hornbeam, just ordered some new trousers.

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    Expensive thread this one

    Fire starter, check
    Micro gas stove, check ... packs into a little plastic box about 3"x2"x1.5" ... I just need a little squat gas cylinder to test it now.
    2x stainless mugs on order
    PDF, check
    2x Throwbags, check
    2x Canoe seats, check

    Think that's all my Xmas pennies gone now
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    ......but another way of looking at it is that you've saved yourself a fortune!!

    Im sure the seats I've bought (amongst the other items) will come in handy one day. Perhaps I should buy a canoe they'd fit
    To Canoe is to be moved!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonehead59 View Post
    ......but another way of looking at it is that you've saved yourself a fortune!!

    Im sure the seats I've bought (amongst the other items) will come in handy one day. Perhaps I should buy a canoe they'd fit
    Nikki ..... he's got out again !!!
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    Trying to rein him in Mike!!!! I think he's got an addiction ;-)!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NikkiNu View Post
    Trying to rein him in Mike!!!! I think he's got an addiction ;-)!!
    I'm soooo glad that you've spotted this in time
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    Just picked up two of these 40L bags for a tenner each from Blacks/Millets. Whilst they do not say if they are totally waterproof I thought they would be great to carry around the non-critical stuff on a canoe camp. The material looks pretty solid and the inner lining seems strong.



    The inner Lining, looks like tarp material..



    Even the sewing looks reasonable..



    Cover flap is reasonable, could use some waterprooof spray on the zip perhaps, and with two nice tie off points on the bag it should be fine!



    10.00 in the sale from Millets/Blacks

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    Good price, and I have a similar bit of kit myself, very useful. They're not properly waterproof though, the seams and zip will leak if standing in water or submerged. Perfectly rain proof though. Very good at a tenner!!!!


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    just spotted werner nat on ebay finishing in around 30 min. at 50 for the moment 12 postage.. 132cm size..

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    Quote Originally Posted by rm29 View Post
    just spotted werner nat on ebay finishing in around 30 min. at 50 for the moment 12 postage.. 132cm size..

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    Default I could have done this far, far better

    Marcus posted that ex-military 3 man Vango Force Tens were available on eBay for 40 ... wow!
    I looked at the pic ... they aren't Force Tens ... they're better ... the tent in the photograph was a Medina Conquest Mk3.
    Imagine a Force Ten Mk5 on steroids ... heavy but bomb proof
    I've owned one for ~35 years, it was at the big meet, it's as good (just about) now as it was when I bought it new.
    I emailed the seller for confirmation that these tents are as I thought.
    Now re-listed and the price has gone up, 50/tent ... I've just ordered 2.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CONQUEST-M...item3f21367ce4

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    Yes quite right Mike,in fact your picture of your tent was posted up on BCUK !!

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    Buffalo parkas,size 42 and 44 dirt cheap http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Buffalo-Ex...item3a7d57a3a5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus2 View Post
    Yes quite right Mike,in fact your picture of your tent was posted up on BCUK !!
    Cheek ... they could have given me a photo credit
    I'll be my photo ... but I can't see it ... unless I join BCUK and log on, that is

    For everyone else here is that pic (below) ... A 35yr old Medina Conquest Mk3 (as also seen at the SotP big meet and it's my favourite tent) with the manufacturers cotton flysheet extension alongside 2x Vango Force Ten Mk4 (3 man tents). I asked the supplier if the listed above tents are really Mk3's, it looks big in his listed photo ... he said he thought so but couldn't read the label too well.
    From comments on BCUK from folks who've received them they might be smaller, more equivalent to Force 10 Mk3 or Mk4.

    The parts on my Medina Conquest Mk3 and Vango Force 10 Mk5 are just about inter-changable, I've used the Conquest with a cotton Mk5 inner tent before now ... so if you are prepared to mix & match ... spare parts for the Medina tents might not be a problem.

    For anyone wanting to make a cotton extension for a Vango ... these might be superb ... all you need is the ridge, one "A" frame and the fly ... the rest are spares, or re-sold? ... just need to make sure that the sizes match.

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    Fleece base layer sets by Regatta available in the Go Outdoors sale at 11.02p

    Great for wearing under a drysuit.

    http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/regatta-...er-set-p103419

    ...if only life was that simple...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orange Dog View Post
    Fleece base layer sets by Regatta available in the Go Outdoors sale at 11.02p

    Great for wearing under a drysuit.

    http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/regatta-...er-set-p103419
    Collect in store otherwise there's a 5 in delivery!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonehead59 View Post
    Collect in store otherwise there's a 5 in delivery!!
    Unless you are a gear junkie (now, do I know any of those...) and are spending over 70, in which case you get free delivery.

    Also note, the 11.02 is the discount card price. A discount card costs 5/year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus2 View Post
    Buffalo parkas,size 42 and 44 dirt cheap http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Buffalo-Ex...item3a7d57a3a5
    I went paddling on the Dee a week or so back, I was in a kk wearing a dry suit and I went over a time or two. Thankfully I also rolled back up again. One of the gents on the trip was wearing a Buffalo Parka ... and swam ... either he is super-human (possible) or he'd just confirmed what I'd been told about these coats ... how can you be immersed in ~0C water, absolutely soaked ... still be coherent, not blue at all, and profess to be fine?
    These Buffalos are used, I need to try one of these for myself, it arrived today ... brill. I've no intention of using mine for kking ... ever ... but for winter canoeing, when I don't really think I'll fall in ... but ... perfect

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    Mine arrived today also,freshly washed too ! Excellent condition,mine will be used for the 6am dog walks I use a Buffalo special 6 for winter canoeing,very toasty

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    They have new stock in too,a better colour in my opinion
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Buffalo-Bl...item35c3acec31

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus2 View Post
    They have new stock in too,a better colour in my opinion
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Buffalo-Bl...item35c3acec31
    .... for a lovely young lady we both know, who owns a superb canoe in a similar shade, made by a superb builder who is too modest for his own good ... but at 44" they'd drown her.

    Me ... I'm happy with the colour of mine ... it won't show the dirt as much
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    Quote Originally Posted by Potty Paddler View Post
    .... for a lovely young lady we both know, who owns a superb canoe in a similar shade, made by a superb builder who is too modest for his own good ... but at 44" they'd drown her.

    Me ... I'm happy with the colour of mine ... it won't show the dirt as much
    I reckon you could get two of her in one of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus2 View Post
    I reckon you could get two of her in one of them
    I could ??? ... careful Marcus, you'll get us banned, but I'll have a smile on my face for the rest of the evening

    Back on thread ... the XS/S (my size ) Rescue spec Palm RiverTec WW PFDs have been relisted ... click on the image below.

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    Default BBQ/Firebox

    I just took delivery of a Dancook 7000 box barbecue - that I intend to use as a firebox as well

    http://www.dancook.dk/Default.aspx?ID=209

    from these guys for half-price - so 20 with 5 delivery

    http://www.bbqworld.co.uk/bbqworld/p...ctname=101422A

    Very sturdy bit of kit - especially the heavy-duty grill; portable if you don't mind doing a few screws as the four pieces pack flatish - should fit in eg large laptop case/bag; good size to cook everything on for a family/small group, and keep warm; comes with long legs - will probably cut down to useful length

    A quite cool thing is the option to put the grill in vertical at the back, add charcoal behind and use it as a rotisserie - with available motor (do a google image search for dancook 7000 to see some rotisserie action)

    Anyways - it's a bargain I reckon.

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    Maybren flagged this little burner and I've bought one ...

    Quote Originally Posted by mayobren View Post
    It seems to be an EN417 threaded stove ... threaded cylinders are a bit expensive ... gas "batteries" are a bit cheaper, can sometimes get them for about 1/cylinder ... but can you get an adapter?
    Paul (Old Man) found these (click on the pic for the link) ... 5-99 + P&P



    but ... would it work ??



    Yep ... now to figure a support for a long thin cylinder.
    And if I leave the adapter in place (so I don't lose it) the burner no longer fits in it's little orange plastic box ... never mind I'll find a slightly bigger plastic box
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    Quote Originally Posted by Potty Paddler View Post
    It seems to be an EN417 threaded stove ... threaded cylinders are a bit expensive ... gas "batteries" are a bit cheaper, can sometimes get them for about 1/cylinder ..Yep ... now to figure a support for a long thin cylinder.
    Sorry potty perhaps I should have posted this as well


    2.89 inc postage from Hong Kong http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Adaptor-No...50987787707%26
    The stoves not bad for the price though and it fits inside a mug
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    I'm not sure how much of a bargain this is but it's not a bad price at 35
    I use one and it is very comfortable to wear and has lots of self draining pockets for bits and bobs

    from here http://www.fisherbagstore.co.uk/prod...516&nprod=8674
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayobren View Post
    Sorry potty perhaps I should have posted this as well


    2.89 inc postage from Hong Kong http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Adaptor-No...50987787707%26
    The stoves not bad for the price though and it fits inside a mug
    Thanks Mayobren ... it's weird isn't it ... I strongly suspect you couldn't even post it back to Hong Kong for 2.98
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    I picked one up as well, really happy with it, unfortunately couldnt find any charcoal today If you want to make it a bit easier to put up / take down then the nuts and bolts are M6 and B&Q sell the correct size wingnuts.
    Quote Originally Posted by jtzero View Post
    I just took delivery of a Dancook 7000 box barbecue - that I intend to use as a firebox as well

    http://www.dancook.dk/Default.aspx?ID=209

    from these guys for half-price - so 20 with 5 delivery

    http://www.bbqworld.co.uk/bbqworld/p...ctname=101422A

    Very sturdy bit of kit - especially the heavy-duty grill; portable if you don't mind doing a few screws as the four pieces pack flatish - should fit in eg large laptop case/bag; good size to cook everything on for a family/small group, and keep warm; comes with long legs - will probably cut down to useful length

    A quite cool thing is the option to put the grill in vertical at the back, add charcoal behind and use it as a rotisserie - with available motor (do a google image search for dancook 7000 to see some rotisserie action)

    Anyways - it's a bargain I reckon.

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    These are currently on sale at Poundland...for 1 obviously! The mini carabiners are useful for attaching prussik loops to tarps etc and the anti bacterial gel is always useful.

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    Just to let people know that the breaking strain of the throwbag below


    Is 300kg. Fine for a throwline or painter, probably not strong enough for a swim line or pin kit
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    look ideal for canoeing and dare i say it SUPing...

    http://www.sportsdirect.com/vivo-ult...lcode=18917802

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    Millets is still open in Macclesfield but the stock is almost exhausted. They had/have these Titanium mugs for 10 each.
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    Default Mad River Reflection 15

    I recently bought it's 'brother' (seconds) from another supplier (mine is worse but that's a long story), personally I think it's potentially a bargain, as it's 'make me an offer'. The positive aspect of buying a seconds is that in theory you should be less precious. Of course it's the best colour....

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Mad-Ri...item5d3b133a96

    No connection with seller whatsoever.

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by bin_man View Post
    I recently bought it's 'brother' (seconds) from another supplier (mine is worse but that's a long story), personally I think it's potentially a bargain, as it's 'make me an offer'. The positive aspect of buying a seconds is that in theory you should be less precious. Of course it's the best colour....

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Mad-Ri...item5d3b133a96

    No connection with seller whatsoever.

    Paul

    Sorry, someone's had it already...

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    Posted about these on here a while ago, just got an email from the company as am on mailing list, 50 litre kit bags just 9.95. I have two and they are very useful, not a dry bag but good for stashing damp or wet gear or camping stuff.

    http://www.duffbag.com/products/products/duffbag/


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    Default Lidl offer on gel knee pads

    http://www.lidl.co.uk/cps/rde/SID-D4...wDetail&id=598


    Offer starts Thursday 14th March 2013

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    Just called in lidl today and there are some really quite nice base layer sets on offer.
    They are described as motorcycle compression base layer pants and top at 9.99 each. I bought the long johns and they look and feel really nice.

    I think the offer started last sunday so you will need to be quick to pick them up.

    Just right for all those Lake District meet campers

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    Default Ranger 16s - 350..

    http://www.preloved.co.uk/adverts/sh...-for-sale.html

    No connection, looks like a good price..


    Paul

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