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    Prefers life at 12 MPH. FLRider's Avatar
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    For Sale: DIY Stuff, Compression Sack, Device Holder, Carabiners, Snakeskins

    All prices are final and include all fees (WYSIWYG). Per forum rules, first "I'll take it" receives items.

    All shipping will be via USPS flat rate Priority Mail with delivery confirmation (usually 2-3 business days for delivery within continental US). If other shipping methods are desired, or if an international customer wishes to purchase, prices and delivery are subject to change to reflect shipping--I'll work with you, but I've never shipped anything overseas before. You'll have to help me walk through it.

    Payment is via PayPal. Do not use the "Gift" option; this is a payment for goods.

    All weights are rounded up to the nearest quarter ounce; my scale is not accurate below a quarter ounce. All items stored uncompressed in a smoke-free home (I have cats, though, so if you're allergic, you may want to hand wash fabric items in a mild detergent and cold water before use.)

    Item 1: SOLD: 1.4 oz/sq yd ripstop nylon. US military M81 woodland pattern. Pure finish, no DWR or coating. Extremely breathable. Dimensions 64" wide (~62" usable, given selvage edge) by approximately 11' long (there are several scraps on one end from where I was experimenting with shoulder strap material; I can include these scraps attached or cut them off as buyer prefers; they are beyond the 11' mark). I used this material to make my DIY hammock (wasn't sure when I purchased if I wanted a single or double layer); it's just about perfect for a ~180 to 215 lb individual as a single layer. Just enough stretch for a comfortable lie in an 11-footer. Wrinkled, no stains.


    Item 2: SOLD: InsulBright mylarized fleece. Measures approximately 55" x 45", weighs approximately 7.75 oz. This is an insulation; a single layer will add ~10* to 15* F to a quilt or sleeping bag. I successfully used a single layer added in between the layers of my sewn-up PLUQ to add ~15* of warmth to its rating. Not particularly compressable, but warm for its weight. In like new condition. Wrinkled, no stains.


    JRB Compression Sack: SOLD: Large size, black in color. Weight is approximately 1.5 oz. Wonderful product from a wonderful vendor. I just don't have any use for it. Used once on a trip to compress my poncho liner. In like new condition.


    Nite-Ize Backbone Cell Phone Holster: $15.00: Tough 1000d exterior, water resistant YKK zipper, foam padding for shock resistance, holster clip on back fits 1.75" wide webbing spacing and up to 2 3/8" wide webbing or belt. Exterior dimensions measure 3" wide by 5.5" tall by 2" thick; has a separate small pocket in interior for headphones or the like. Fits up to approximately an iPhone or standard-sized Android smartphone. Rotates 360* on holster clip. Weight is appoximately 3 oz. Just don't use it enough for it to be useful to me. In used condition; minor abrasions on exterior, cosmetic, not structural.

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    Petzl Spirit Straight-Gate Climbing-Rated Carabiners (Pair): SOLD Rated to 23 kn (~5,000 lbs) on main axis and 10 kn (~2,200 lbs) on minor axis with gate closed, this is an ideal 'biner for strap suspensions. Easy to maneuver with gloved or cold hands. Weight is ~3.25 oz for the pair. Used once to test out in front yard. I decided to go hardware-free for my tree straps, to save weight. In like new condition.


    Hennessy Snakeskins #4: SOLD: Extremely useful for keeping your hammock out of the way and dry during set-up in high winds or rain. Keeps hammock out of way if you need to cook or hang out under your tarp during rainstorm with other people. Weight for pair is approximately 1.75 oz. In used condition; minor discolorations on skins, a blue permanent marker "H" on one to mark head end of hammock.


    Thanks for looking!
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    I'll take the insulbright fleece.
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    Prefers life at 12 MPH. FLRider's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BajaHanger View Post
    I'll take the insulbright fleece.
    PM inbound!
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    I'll take the ripstop. Pm inbound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveman View Post
    I'll take the ripstop. Pm inbound.
    Thanks, Caveman!
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    Ill take the biners, pm inbound

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    Quote Originally Posted by nom@d View Post
    Ill take the biners, pm inbound
    Thanks! 'Preciate it.
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    I'll take the Compression Sack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishbait View Post
    I'll take the Compression Sack.
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