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Trad Gear and Bouldering Wall Clearout

Miguel75
28/01/2011
11:29:45 PM
On 28/01/2011 richardo wrote:
>I'll take your woody for one night of sweet passion.

Two nights, a cuddle afterwards though no passion. More than likely you'll feel disappointed and ripped off but it's the best I can offer.

Oh and for the two nights I'll take the woody inc. shipping to Melbourne.

evanbb
29/01/2011
8:48:29 AM
On 28/01/2011 One Day Hero wrote:

>have to get afj to host my crapulant photos on his Flicker thing

Have you got a Google account? Use Picassa, it's excellent and easy.
vw
31/01/2011
12:19:44 AM
Thanks for the advice on the extendable draws IdratherbeclimbingM9.
Well as I don't have any quickdraws in my developing rack of secondhand gear I'll up my bid to $140 for all the 16 draws.
Wendy
31/01/2011
8:29:40 AM
What's this giving up climbing nonsense Evan??? It's not the end of the world yet. I'll even accept praying as a legitimate tool if it succeeds in keeping you in the fray. Along with voodoo ceremonies, witchcraft, blackmail or bribery. Climbing is fun remember? You said it, only 2 pages ago ...


But is the women's harness one of these? They don't make them anymore and I loved them ...

evanbb
31/01/2011
8:52:32 AM
On 31/01/2011 Wendy wrote:
>What's this giving up climbing nonsense Evan???
Arch pragmatism Wendy. I only climbed, 2 or 3 days last year, and we're having a baby in May, so I don't reckon I'll climb more after that.

Also, I'd rather not have any more shoulder reconstructions. Call me weak if you like. Thanks for caring though. I'll probably move into more scroggin munching (my legs work quite well) and maybe sailing? It's just like climbing, with the ropes and stuff, but in the ocean.

>
>But is the women's harness one of these? They don't make them anymore
>and I loved them ...
>

Pic not so working.

It's this one though:


Pretty simple harness.

evanbb
31/01/2011
9:00:26 AM
3 hours remaining. I'll finish this all off at midday today. Here's the status:

>Black Diamond cams
0.75 Sturge - $40
1 Sturge - $40
2 Sturge - $40 Runnit - $50
3
4 (in Tassie) - Philtown - $50
5 Philtown - $60 Sturge - $70

Sturge $220 for all but the #4.

>Rock Empire cams
- SBM $120 for the lot. Bargain.

>Wild Country hexes
BC - $40
Philtown - $50

>Rock Empire brass wires.
>Nuts ABC
Jase $50 for all the nuts.

>Wild Country Helium quick draws
>Old trad draws, 11 of them, 5 very extendable. DavidN - Something. Maybe beer?
Dangermouth - $120 for all 16 draws. That's better than beer.

>Shoes - Scarpa Vision
Pezz has offered $20
Bagotup has a bid in on the shoes and bolt plates, but I'm waiting for clarification.

No individual bids on the plates, no surprise there, but there are 16 if you're keen. Half the amount required for the old HotCal.

>Scarpa women's shoes

>Women's Black Diamond harness small

>Petrzl helmet. Small and very light
Miguel, $25 on the helmet

>Bouldering pad - Whippet
Shortman - $75. Sorry, haven't checked postage, and it will probably be a courier, this is outside AP size range.

>Tools of the Adventure big chalk bucket

>Bouldering wall
Grangrump - $300

Gavo
31/01/2011
10:22:31 AM
On 31/01/2011 Wendy wrote:
>But is the women's harness one of these?

That is my exact harness... its for women? Didnt know that!

Miguel75
31/01/2011
10:32:27 AM
$10 for the bolt plates
Oscar409
31/01/2011
10:45:56 AM
Hey Evanbb,

My bids on the following items are as follows:

Rock empire cams, whole set $140

16 Draws - $150

WC Hexes - $70

Thanks,

Adam

nmonteith
31/01/2011
10:54:43 AM
Wouldn't this have been much better put on ebay?

evanbb
31/01/2011
11:18:01 AM
On 31/01/2011 nmonteith wrote:
>Wouldn't this have been much better put on ebay?

Yes, apart from 2 reasons:

1. Climbers don't seem to use it.
2. I loathe the interface.

sbm
31/01/2011
11:24:46 AM
On 31/01/2011 Oscar409 wrote:

>Rock empire cams, whole set $140
>

Sniped! $150

Also Adam mate I'd be happy with the four largest ones, if you're keen for the small cams we could work out a split.
hipdos
31/01/2011
11:30:16 AM
On 31/01/2011 evanbb wrote:
>>Tools of the Adventure big chalk bucket

$10 if it comes with the bag of chalk, $5 if it doesn't
ClimbingNT
31/01/2011
11:30:27 AM
I will give ya $25 for the bolt plates, plus postage....if they are still available.
vw
31/01/2011
11:43:08 AM
Hi Evanbb
Looks like the quickdraws are a popular item!
I'll up my bid to $160 for all 16 draws.

This has been fun and given me a real insight into the cost/value of climing gear. Thanks for the experience. :-)
Oscar409
31/01/2011
11:54:01 AM
Thanx SBM, will talk after midday. Adam
Oscar409
31/01/2011
11:58:09 AM
Rock emp 160 lot

170 draws

sbm
31/01/2011
12:23:02 PM
$90 for four biggest rock empires.
grangrump
31/01/2011
6:07:10 PM
I've been down at the coast and missed all the fun here.
I still can't believe an engineer went climbing without a pulley.

ODH: I've seen a few woodies; never got excited...
But then when I was starting climbing it was ANU old old wall (just inset bricks in vertical), Narrabundah college (good for 1984 but merely vertical) or the horribly crimpy Torrens shops (still vertical).
If Evan wants to sell it will be incorporated into the humdrum GrandGrumpWall for Grump-junior. (and still available to Evan I suppose, being in Canberra).
Still find indoor uninspiring...
Dorammu
31/01/2011
8:59:50 PM
I know it's past the midday deadline, but I only just found this forum, this topic, and I really want those hexes... and I did register for the forum just so I could offer $80 for them?

also Jase's $50 for those nuts is a bargain, i've got bugger all since i only started buying gear a month ago, so i'll offer up $60?

and while i'm looking, $170 for those rock empire cams?

but you know, feel free to ignore me... I wouldn't want to upset anyone with my first post... or you know, upset at least 3 people...

Can you please post a wrap up later too? if there's anthing leftover I'll probably give you an offer.

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