View Poll Results: How many bags would you be interested in?

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    3 15.00%
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  1. #21
    Senior Member headchange4u's Avatar
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    I just used the USPS Flat Rate Envelope which was $4.60. I know my post office a kiosk that weighs and figures postage on packages, but you should be able to check out the USPS website and get a close esimate.
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    I'm game...sign me up for 10.

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    Okay after checking postage I can gurantee for 10 bags it will be under $12 However I'm going to search for a package of vanilla envelopes on sale wich hopefull will keep everything @ or under $10.

  4. #24
    I'll take 10 instead of the 2 I voted....

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    24x30 bags! Is not this bag a little too large to be used as a packliner?, I am speaking about the width. Please enlight me. If I am wrong in my assumption I want to order five.

    Thank you,

    Corsican

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    Should fit fine but I guess it depends on your pack. I plan on putting my entire sleep system in one plus some other stuff. Should be water tight and lighter than anything out there. JMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by corsican View Post
    24x30 bags! Is not this bag a little too large to be used as a packliner?, I am speaking about the width. Please enlight me. If I am wrong in my assumption I want to order five.

    Thank you,

    Corsican
    That is with it laying flat. Sure it is still a little big, but better too big than too small.
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    Put me in for 10. I appreciate the effort of group buys!

  9. #29
    why not use a large leaf bag for your pack liner? They last a long time
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    Give me 5

    I'll take 5 or ten, whichever fits the order better. thanks
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