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    SOLD: Argon TQ shell

    Selling this for a friend who accidently ordered a 3 season shell by mistake:

    80x55" Hunter Green Argon Barnaby TQ shell from underquilts.com with 3 season baffles (20 degrees) Weighs 6.9 oz.

    Dave charges $110 + shipping with a 3 week wait time.

    Selling for $100 shipped

    Last edited by hk2001; 11-25-2013 at 06:10.

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    I went to their website. I couldn't find a temp rating for the 3 season. Any ideas? Never mind I found it.

    So this one was made oversized? Even though I found the temp rating, I didn't find the option for the larger size. Only 75x50
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    Dave does custom work on request.. yes, this one is 5" bigger in length and width than a standard TQ.

    As far as it's warmth, it's a 3 season, which will typically take you down to 20*. You can tweak that number a little by overfilling the TQ

    Please be aware, this is for the unfinished shell only, you need to fill it with down to finish it.

    At a 0% overfill, you'd need 13 oz of 850 fp down to fill it. To determine the amount is pretty simple: The TQ is 80x55, with a baffle height of 2.5"
    80x55x2.5 = 11,000 Divide that number by the FP of down you're using to find out the required amount you'd need. In this case, at 850fp it'd be= 12.94oz total.

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    How much does it weigh?

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    It weighs 6.9 oz

    and here are pics, per a few PM requests


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    One and only price drop to $100 shipped
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    Monday bump

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    I tell ya, I would be all over this if I had not already filled one of his ripstop shells with my harvested down. The Argon is nice stuff, I made me a summer synthetic quilt using the Argon as the shell, really soft and light weight. A down Argon TQ would be really comfortable I bet.
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    It is a really nice piece. Dave does amazing work. I'm gonna leave it up till tomorrow morning, then pull it.

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    Me too! I just completed a RS Barnaby and a Lewis FL UQ about a 6 weeks ago. Fairly easy project. After buying down from Wilderness Logics you save nearly half over the cost of a ready made quilt.

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