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xmas shopping - q/draws + rocks
8:01:44 PM
I did a little xmas shopping and I have a few things to sell that I bought to cover the postage.

BD Oz q/draws - set of 5 $160
WC helium q/draws - set of 5 $190
WC anodised rocks 1-8 $115 SOLD

p/up in Nati or Melb or parcel post satchel is $5.70

9:02:43 AM
you should check out rockhardware, it's cheaper...

9:21:15 AM

Steve's prices are good (WC rocks $155, BD qd's would be $200 for 5), but Wendy is asking for less, or the product is different (Oxygen vs Helium).
10:07:50 AM
+ postage.. *sorry i'm just really f'in bored..*
2:06:00 PM
The rocks are sold, and yes I do know what steve charges and there's seems to be some failings in either your reading or your maths. BTW, $155 for the rocks is really good for Aus prices. The Heliums sell for $50+ a draw here and although the Oz are on special for 39.95 in a few places, it's still $40 cheaper to buy my set of 5.
3:04:34 PM
yeah was half a sleep and in a foul mood when i wrote my dumb comment.. Lol
9:32:54 PM
bump - plus i finally added a photo.

6:21:55 AM
Hey Wendy, I'll take a set of draws. What's the difference between them? If one's longer I'll take those.

If not I'll take the cheap ones.

7:58:00 AM
They are both 10cm. I've ripped the little sports draws out of half of mine and put a tripled over sling on them because much as I love light gear, 10cm gets a little annoying on a long pitch. The sling does need to be a super skinny more so on the heliums as they have a very narrow top end. The heliums are Anthony's favourite quickdraws in the world and the Oz are my favourite. The Oz are smaller and lighter and out of the assorted ultralight draws I've tried, are the nicest the clip. The heliums are a little heavier but are actually full size and people with big hands find them better to handle. They also have the fancy clitoris nose that doesn't get hooked on stuff.

Is picking them up a valid excuse for a trip to Araps? Otherwise, I'll throw in the postage because you've made me laugh lots over the years.

10:32:59 AM
On 5/01/2010 Wendy wrote:
>fancy clitoris

>Is picking them up a valid excuse for a trip to Araps? Otherwise, I'll
>throw in the postage because you've made me laugh lots over the years.

I wish it was an excuse to come down. Probably won't get there for a good while and just between you and me Wendy, I'm more psyched on the Wolgan at the moment. It's a bit closer than Araps too...

I'll take the Heliums. I like that gate design. PM me your bank details.

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