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    I would be afraid of what it takes to get the corkscrew in the ground. Look really cool though and taht si why I'll get them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainfitter View Post
    Ti Eye Vs. Corkscrew. It seems as if more people are interested in the Ti-Eye???
    This may be beyond the comprehension of a Floridian, but it's mostly rock and clay around here.
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    Very cool. For Ti that's a great price. Same as most price points on the aluminum MSR Groundhogs.
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    I'll try some of 'em when they go up for sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    I would be afraid of what it takes to get the corkscrew in the ground. Look really cool though and taht si why I'll get them.
    Could prolly use a trail stick/toggle/another stake etc to put through the eye and use as a wrench.

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    Oh yeah, pm sent for a dozen Ti-Eye's as well! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainfitter View Post
    Ti Eye Vs. Corkscrew. It seems as if more people are interested in the Ti-Eye???
    I suppose I went for the Ti Eye over the corkscrew because I would know that no matter what type of ground (hard, soft, frozen etc) I'm camping over the Ti Eye will always work (even though there is a 2 gram penelty for the bigger stake) It may just be my conception of the Corkscrew but it seems spring and would be ideal for really sandy soil. I suppose if the Corkscrew is really stiff and could handle heavier turning with a trail stick (without distorting the stake) I may have done those. Just me thoughts. Great looking products and great innovations!

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    FYI. Thanks for all the PM's. A common question I keep being asked is; How do I pay for them? They will be available on my website a day or two before my target ship date of Jan 14th and you can pay for them on there.

    Currently shipping has been free on all orders since I am trying to promote my 50' of Guywire for $12.95 including free shipping. So if you want Guywire now and the titanium stakes on the 14th they will ship separately but still for Free.

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