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

Author
Indoor Wall bouldering
delpoze
7/12/2013
2:46:16 PM
Hoy,

Selling an indoor bouldering wall. Holds cost me $250 and the materials totalled to $500.

I would be happy to see it go to a good home for $550

More details at this site

http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/bilgola/other-sports-fitness/bouldering-wall-for-sale/1033651768
marky
7/12/2013
6:21:51 PM
Geeeezzz!!! $500 for the materials to build that. Some lucky person has gone into early retirement coz of you! Lol
plugngo
8/12/2013
1:16:13 AM
On 7/12/2013 marky wrote:
>Geeeezzz!!! $500 for the materials to build that. Some lucky person has
>gone into early retirement coz of you! Lol

Retire on $500?
hipster
8/12/2013
8:34:18 AM
On 7/12/2013 delpoze wrote:
>I would be happy to see it go to a good home for $550

Course you would, but your not gonna get it. I'll give you $50 for your plastic holds.
marky
8/12/2013
10:03:56 AM
On 8/12/2013 plugngo wrote:
>Retire on $500?

If he spent $500 on materials to build that tiny wall then he seriously got ripped big time or is full of it. I can't see $500 in materials in that tiny wall.

Duang Daunk
8/12/2013
2:49:18 PM
On 8/12/2013 marky wrote:
>On 8/12/2013 plugngo wrote:
>>Retire on $500?
>
>If he spent $500 on materials to build that tiny wall then he seriously
>got ripped big time or is full of it. I can't see $500 in materials in
>that tiny wall.

Your just upset about not sellin it to him to start with?
Seems original poster has outgrown it so why not swap him your grigri for it, so he can climb outside?
marky
8/12/2013
3:46:41 PM
On 8/12/2013 Duang Daunk wrote:

>Your just upset about not sellin it to him to start with?
>Seems original poster has outgrown it so why not swap him your grigri
>for it, so he can climb outside?

Time to move on Douch Daunk!! Let things go and stop festering on the past and look to the future.... BTW the gri gri is sweet and going good on my rack!!! Everytime I use it I think of you and how unlucky you were.... But at least its gone to a good home and not to an armchair climber like yourself. Life is sweet!!!

Duang Daunk
8/12/2013
4:26:30 PM
On 8/12/2013 marky wrote:
>On 8/12/2013 Duang Daunk wrote:
>
>>Your just upset about not sellin it to him to start with?
>>Seems original poster has outgrown it so why not swap him your grigri
>>for it, so he can climb outside?
>
>Time to move on Douch Daunk!! Let things go and stop festering on the
>past and look to the future.... BTW the gri gri is sweet and going good
>on my rack!!! Everytime I use it I think of you and how unlucky you were....
>But at least its gone to a good home and not to an armchair climber like
>yourself. Life is sweet!!!

And so is your continued reaction! It is good it went to a good home as it is the best value for nothing item I have ever had!!
I might even let you belay me one day with it if you need leading up something more than a sport climb, say something sweet at Moonarie for example.

I hope delpoze gets his $550 as it looks like a 3 sheets panel wall built on a decent frame and would have taken some labour time to put it together. He actually has half a chance of getting what he wants for it as he is flogging it at Bilgola or Newport where they sell the most expensive lattes in Sydney I am told.
Paul
8/12/2013
7:05:50 PM
Plywood is about $80 per sheet. For 3 sheets would be 240 plus close to $100 worth of tee nuts plus bolts at about 60 cents each not to mention screws and timber for framing. I spent a lot more than $500 to build a wall the same size, so it sounds like a good buy to me.

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