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quicky
14/12/2011
12:03:11 PM
G'day

I have some gear for sale.



Asolo AFS 8000's. Size 10.5. (I'm actually a size 9, and was fitted at Bogong)

Excellent condition - almost new, hardly used

$380 neg.
NOW $340 neg.
NOW $300 neg.






SOLD - Integral Designs South Cole Bivy. Used once. As new. eVent material. Wired hoop near head. Excellent condition. SOLD

$250 neg.

NOW $150 NEGOTIABLE








Roman Sentry Bivy SOLD

Used once. As new.

Vented in hood. Does the trick if you're looking for a cheaper end bivy that still provides adequate protection, breaths well enough, and keeps you warm.

Packs down quite small.

$60 neg.






Outdoor Research Furio pants. Size M. Goretex. Integrated gaiter and snow cuffs. Full leg zips.

Worn twice. Bought online from O/S and turns out they are too big for me. Would suit 32-34 inch waist.

As new.

$120 neg. SOLD





Black Diamond Alpine Bod harness

Worn once. As new. Can be donned or removed without lifting a foot off the ground.

$50 neg.

NOW $25 neg. SOLD




Other things considered for sale are Vaude Lucky Ice Axe (straight shaft) - Adze type (65cm B rated) - very good condition - $60 neg. (Nothing wrong with this one, I just have enough axes to start a tribe).

AXE NOW $50 neg.


Happy to post/ship/COD/pigeon or whatever. Buyer pays shipping. Email jasonquick123@optusnet.com.au or phone 0417 911 547.

Cheers
Jase




IdratherbeclimbingM9
14/12/2011
12:27:41 PM
On 14/12/2011 quicky wrote:
>Black Diamond Alpine Bod harness

Worn once. As new. Can be donned or removed without lifting a foot off the ground.

$50 neg.

I am interested in this.
Could you please tell me what size it is?
quicky
14/12/2011
12:45:42 PM
Sorry about that, forgot about the size.

Size Medium.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
14/12/2011
12:52:10 PM
Thanks for the feedback.
I shall check my ancient BD bod harness size tonight (I have a suspicion that it is a large), and if it is a medium then I will get back to you, as it can do with replacing.
marky
14/12/2011
1:31:33 PM
Msg sent about the OR pants
dmnz
14/12/2011
5:36:12 PM
On 14/12/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>Thanks for the feedback.
>I shall check my ancient BD bod harness size tonight (I have a suspicion
>that it is a large), and if it is a medium then I will get back to you,
>as it can do with replacing.

In case the tag is faded, I think you asked the same Q when I was getting rid of mine and pretty sure you weren't a medium then.
quicky
14/12/2011
7:24:21 PM
I also just pulled out a Tendon Master 8.5 Double rope (one only), 50m.

Never taken a fall. Used on one climbing trip to NZ.

50m rope for $50 flat. Buyer pays shipping or pick up in Victoria.

Jase
dave
14/12/2011
8:48:32 PM
On 14/12/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>Thanks for the feedback.
>I shall check my ancient BD bod harness size tonight (I have a suspicion
>that it is a large), and if it is a medium then I will get back to you,
>as it can do with replacing.

FYI M9 since the BD prices have come down, the RRP for a new alpine bod is $49.95. Any shop that stocks BD (Rock Hardware?) should be able to get one for you!
dave
14/12/2011
8:49:51 PM
In fact they're here for $44.90!
http://www.climbinganchors.com.au/products/Black-Diamond-Alpine-Bod-Harness.html
quicky
14/12/2011
9:24:42 PM
Well that's good to know! Thanks for bringing that to my attention. They certainly have dropped.

So let's fix that.

$25 flat - buyer pays shipping or pick up in Melb's.

Cheers
Jase

IdratherbeclimbingM9
14/12/2011
9:37:35 PM
On 14/12/2011 dmnz wrote:
>On 14/12/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>>Thanks for the feedback.
>>I shall check my ancient BD bod harness size tonight (I have a suspicion
>>that it is a large), and if it is a medium then I will get back to you,
>>as it can do with replacing.
>
>In case the tag is faded, I think you asked the same Q when I was getting
>rid of mine and pretty sure you weren't a medium then.

You are right dmnz.
I had forgotten about my enquiry back in Oct 2010, but your post caused me to go searching...

I just checked my old BD harness and it is a medium (though the tag is very faded), however my newer Metolius wall harness is a large (and I had issues getting the correct size for it at the time), so I continue to get fatter as I get older...
Since I am not about to give up my fondness for single malt whisky any time soon(!), and I blame that for the excess weight, then I doubt a medium BD harness will do the trick for me anymore.

~> So, sorry quicky, but I will pass on your opportunity to update my free-climbing harness.



Thanks for the update info dave.
Agentsmith
15/12/2011
9:46:01 PM
Hi Jase, Is the Roman Sentry bivvy still available ? Will send u an email as well as this message. Best Sam
sleake
16/12/2011
8:55:14 AM
Hi mate - rope still around?

Im heading to nepal tomorrow haha so hopefully we can work something out today - sent a PM with more detail - cheers.
twig
16/12/2011
9:33:36 AM
Hi, Have you sold the pants yet? if not i'll be in melbs this weekend and happy to pick up.
quicky
20/12/2011
4:11:47 PM
Hey Sam

Sentry Bivy just sold. Sorry mate. Thanks for your interest just the same.

Regards
Jase
quicky
20/12/2011
4:15:32 PM
UPDATE & PRICE DROPS...see items.
quicky
27/12/2011
5:01:41 PM
South Col Bivy now $160 Negotiable.

(Clearly it's been a while since I looked at US online sales...they are selling new for around $200 (in TegralTex, not eVent...but just the same, they are now much cheaper than I thought).

So, $160 it is, and open to reasonable offers.

Jase
dmnz
27/12/2011
10:25:52 PM
If it was the Penguin bivy, i'd take it.
But sadly not this one, esp as it's too short for me
quicky
28/12/2011
5:16:57 PM
Didn't know you were that tall Dom! ;-)

The bag fits a person up to 6'7". Although if you are nearing the 6'3" mark, I reckon as soon as you start to fill it out, the length will drop by perhaps an inch or two. Still, it's very roomy inside.

http://www.integraldesigns.com/product_detail.cfm?id=693

Anyways, no probs Dom. :-)

Jase
dmnz
30/12/2011
6:38:45 PM
Your photo shows it's a Reg not a Large, whereas the one on the website could be a newer one size bag?

Anyway, not the bag I'm after.

Good luck selling it

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