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Chockstone Forum - For Sale

Buy and Sell Used Climbing Gear Please do not post retail SPAM.

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SOLD: (Brand New) Black Diamond C4 CAMS (No.5 & 6)

Jacques Shurmer
26/06/2013
6:31:56 PM
Hello fellow Climbers and adventure sportsman alike,

FOR SALE: 'Brand New' still packaged (Never Used) Black Diamond "CAMALOT™" C4 CAMS

- 1 x Camelot C4 - Size 5 - Purple - 14kN (Camming Range: 85.4-148.5 mm, 3.36-5.85 in)


- 1 x Camelot C4 - Size 6 - Green - 14kN (Camming Range: 114.1-195.0 mm, 4.50-7.68 in)


LOCATION: Melbourne, Australia (Richmond)

REASON FOR SALE: Regretfully brought the full range (10) of C4's (sizes 0.3 - 6) and now want to free up some cash to invest in a Long Line (Slackline) pulley system & AWL's ($600 worth :S), so priorities seated themselves and these 2 bad boys have to go, they never even saw a rock!

PRICE:
Size 5 - (RRP $139.95 - Rock Hardware: $119 - Climbing Anchors $119)
SIze 6 - (RRP $159.95 - Rock Hardware $136 - Climbing Anchors $139.95)
I will be happy with;
$105 - Size 5
$120 - Size 6
If brought together I will be open to offers

CONTACT: Best shoot me a TXT 0434-877-623 or PM or reply I will check them all a couple of times per day.

Willing to post through AUS POST at buyers expense or can easily arrange pick-up anywhere around Melbourne City, eastern suburbs or the like (Also can be down in Geelong at some stages on my days off work)

Cheers!

ajfclark
26/06/2013
7:21:39 PM
I wonder if Miguel has seen this yet...

Ben_E
26/06/2013
8:44:31 PM
^^^^
I doubt it, for the simple reason he has not yet posted "PM Sent". Of course, it is always possible he is frantically negotiating with his better half as I type this...

Duang Daunk
26/06/2013
9:07:11 PM
On 26/06/2013 Ben_E wrote:
>^^^^
>I doubt it, for the simple reason he has not yet posted "PM Sent". Of
>course, it is always possible he is frantically negotiating with his better
>half as I type this...

That is really tough to do if you value having a sex life.
One of my greatest fears is that when I die that my wife sells my gear for what I told her that I paid for it !

Miguel75
26/06/2013
10:03:52 PM
While the gear whore within screams that I purchase this large piece of love; I will resist.

It's not that I don't want it, I just don't have the strength to carry any more bits of gear into WG...
Mike Bee
26/06/2013
10:12:03 PM
On 26/06/2013 Duang Daunk wrote:
>On 26/06/2013 Ben_E wrote:
>>^^^^
>>I doubt it, for the simple reason he has not yet posted "PM Sent". Of
>>course, it is always possible he is frantically negotiating with his
>better
>>half as I type this...
>
>That is really tough to do if you value having a sex life.
>One of my greatest fears is that when I die that my wife sells my gear
>for what I told her that I paid for it !

The trick is to get a Mrs who likes the gear as much as you!

I met my better half when we were working in a gear store together, and she hasn't worked there for years, but is still as much of a gear whore as I am (in a nice way, obviously).
She's been busy buying ski gear, new trail running shoes, an awesome Cilogear alpine pack, crampons, and thats just in the last two months.
It's more likely I'll have to get her to stop spending money than the other way around!
technogeekery
27/06/2013
8:45:29 AM
On 26/06/2013 Duang Daunk wrote:
>One of my greatest fears is that when I die that my wife sells my gear
>for what I told her that I paid for it !

Lol :-)

As long as I can reasonably describe the gear as safety equipment, my wife is generally okay with it. Snazzy accessories for my motorcycle, or audio equipment is where I struggle...

Did you know that Wife Acceptance Factor had made Wikipedia? (Of course you did...) They include in the definition: The Wife Acceptance Factor is inversely proportional to the possible amount of conflict resulting from the different points of view. The lower the WAF, the more convincing needs to be done, or the more conflict arises from the acquisition or project.

It varies from W to W, but in my household -

WAF 1.0 : expensive meals out, family holidays, anything for the kids
WAF 0.5 : anything I can characterise as likely to get me home in one piece (good motorcycle helmet, climbing protection) or being healthy (climbing gym membership & fees)
WAF 0.2 : Anything else related to bikes, climbing, or otherwise likely to be classified as fun to do without the family
WAF 0.1 : giant ugly stereo equipment, music downloads, a bigger shed, a bigger/faste/more exxy motorcycle
WAF 0.0 : transsexual hookers, ketamine, bondage equipment, Lolita cosplay outfits (his or hers)

gfdonc
27/06/2013
11:05:14 AM
A Ninacam! Oh joy!
Will take the #6 for sure, have made offer on the #5 via txt.
Steve/gfdonc

Jacques Shurmer
28/06/2013
6:22:21 PM
This is pending pickup and payment so will keep you posted as to whether or not its falls through as I need this hardware gone ASAP!

Jacques Shurmer
7/07/2013
5:09:19 PM
SOLDDD................

Miguel75
7/07/2013
7:03:09 PM
On 27/06/2013 technogeekery wrote:
>...SNIP...
>WAF 0.0 : transsexual hookers, ketamine, bondage equipment, Lolita cosplay
>outfits (his or hers)

How did this gem go unnoticed for so long? If you have any pics of you (or another Chockstonian) in a Lolita outfit; on ketamine; holding bondage gear; with a Transexual hooker, now would be a great time to post it...

I promise not to judge:)
technogeekery
7/07/2013
8:55:42 PM
On 7/07/2013 Miguel75 wrote:

>How did this gem go unnoticed for so long?

Perhaps because I didn't post any pictures... :P

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