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    Senior Member Greg Dunlap's Avatar
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    Senior Member headchange4u's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mahem View Post
    Me too do you take paypal?
    I can do PayPal, cashiers check, or money order. I prefer PayPal.

    I am keeping a list of those interested on the bottom of post #16. I contacted the company again to get a quote on a quantity of 100 and 150, including shipping. As soon as they get back to me I can give a more accurate price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by headchange4u View Post
    I wonder if a group buy scenario might be feasible if we could get someone in the based in the UK to buy them and then reship them to the members in the US. I REALLY like the glow in the dark tensioners.

    I wish I had known about these things a few days ago. My brother left for London, England on Monday for work. I could have had him pick up some and bring them back.
    Talk about double duty! Drop one of those glow-in-the-dark jobbies in your water bottle at night and use it for a reading light, and irradiate your water at the same time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    speaking of high visibility, a while back i got reflective tape from the hardware store & cut it into small strips, then put one around the end of each tarp stake.

    it seamed like a good idea... it made the stakes show up in the light of my head light.
    i also put a folded flag of it over the guy lines too.

    but it soon became brittle & began to break off.

    anyone know of a reflective tape or cloth that would hold up better & hold it's reflective abilities for a while?
    I don't know how this will hold up but here it is.
    http://www.duckproducts.com/products...d=576&PID=1555

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    I moved the discussion for buying the glow in the dark Line-Loks to the buy thread. If you are interested in getting some of them, please reply in that thread.
    “Light thinks it travels faster than anything but it is wrong. No matter how fast light travels, it finds the darkness has always got there first, and is waiting for it." -Terry Pratchett



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    We had a group buy on those on BCUK a while back, along with the reflective guys, both work very well. I dont know about dropping one in my Nalgene bottle though , but one of the guys on BCUK is selling replacement lids that have leds built into it, turns the whole thing into a night light, GUYOT DESIGNS FIREFLY, some of the comments were quite funny.

    Stephen

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    BPL lists the micros at holding 200# does anyone know how much these will hold?

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    I would also like to know if anyone has used the BPL tensioners on the ridge line tie out.
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    Please put me down for 10. Thought I posted this but can't find it :^ )
    Thanks for handling this for everyone.

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    qpens your 10 are in this thread:
    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...0485#post40485

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