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What did you buy today?

Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by Nova & Pinky, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. Ettrick reiver

    Ettrick reiver Full Member

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    Hi Boney Gumbo McGee
    Varusteleka Sarma stove arrived today, under a week from being posted ! Tried it out this morning, well impressed, solid and easily slots together.
    It's on offer just now, I subscribed to their newsletter. I paid £18ish all in including postage.
    Good size for most dixies, billies and skillets. I will mostly use wood when out mooching about.
    Hope this helps
    Garry
     
  2. quidditys_shore

    quidditys_shore Tenderfoot

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    B&M are selling off all there usb power banks. Got a 8000mah for £4 & a 2600mah with led torch attachment for £1.50

    Sent from my Redmi Note 4 using Tapatalk
     
  3. Big G

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    A Trangia Duossal 27 Frying Pan.

    To finish off the set for my T27.
     
  4. MartinK9

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  6. MartinK9

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    Just consolidating.....:p
     
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    Good price. I went with Saxx this time round... Loving them... Really... The real deal
     
  11. hughtrimble

    hughtrimble Cutter

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    My first Ventile in the form of a Sasta Taiga and a polycotton Czech military surplus parka. Somewhat opposite ends of the outdoor wear scale, so looking forward to seeing how they both fare in grim weather.
     
  12. woodstock

    woodstock Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    For you curry lovers got a right bargain today in Swansea a SS high sided thick based frying pan £8.50 from I think Brothers food market on the same st as the mosque
     
  13. hughlle1

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    Wicking base layer clothing. I stuck my nose at it for so long, because I've never done more than ten tours in regular t-shirts etc and just put up with a bit of discomfort (I have hyperhidrosis). But with a month of camping and trekking planned, figure it might be worth seeing if it makes any difference.
     
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    Finnish army wool trousers and wool jacket, navy blue. Brand new, only 10€ together.
     
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    Just got a titanium cooking pot and alcohol stove
    [video=youtube;hhXXUBxTP98]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhXXUBxTP98[/video]
     
  16. Mesquite

    Mesquite Anyone for sailing?

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  17. hughlle1

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    Will be on my way within a week or two, so a few more bits and pieces. Tilley T3 wanderer, hopefully it will fit, had to measure with a tape measure.. and while looking for a bivvy + midge net option, I ended up deciding to give the DD travel hammock a go as it seemed the best option for the price. Bivvy bags sure do get expensive!
     
  18. MartinK9

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    US Army Gen 3 Extreme Cold Weather Level 7 Primaloft Trousers:

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    Italian Dogs Bag:

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    Raindogs to complete my layering system:

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    Setting out next year...
     
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    A Montane Spine goretex active smock :) Got it on sale and I've been feeling the need for a lightweight waterproof since I took a thorough soaking climbing Ben Nevis last month.

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    Now I just need a pair of trousers that'll do 3 season hill walking (ie windproof and fast dry times) but also take a bit of rough stuff for the bushcraft. Polycotton BDUs etc are great for kicking it in the woods not so much with extended exertion
     

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