What have you bought?

Discussion in 'Gear Chat' started by Shewie, Jun 18, 2014.

  1. Chiseller

    Chiseller Thru Hiker

    Even the basic zero shoes with the cord are heavier than they look :(
    As for feeling every little stone... You must have sensitive soles? I find that I notice them when I step out, but after a bit of distance, it's as natural as its meant to be and ceases to be a thought.
  2. Enzo

    Enzo Thru Hiker

    Come on mate, that's (just) less than Everest.... Three days?
  3. Chiseller

    Chiseller Thru Hiker

    My large one 23g but think I'll live with it as its great for big omelettes and balancing my steak on... I used to use the gsi one but that's 26g with the folding handle removed.
    Have you a link for yours please... Might give it a whirl, I like the look of the serrated edge :thumbsup:
  4. Enzo

    Enzo Thru Hiker

  5. Chiseller

    Chiseller Thru Hiker

  6. Michael_x

    Michael_x Ultralighter

    Arrived today :). Went for large. Length and arms ok but quite a slim fit around torso and I'm pretty thin (6'1",BMI 21). Fortunately not planning to wear it over more than modetate insulation, Rab Altus. So should do nicely for reducing pack weight when shell needed for potential or intermittent mild precipitation only.
  7. Rmr

    Rmr Ultralighter

    On the odd occasion that I need a spatula I use a Jetboil extending one, weighs 15g but not used to turn a large steak.
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  8. Padstowe

    Padstowe Thru Hiker

    Don't know how much it weighs, but to my hand it feels a good bit less than a half ounce, around par with a €2 coin which would make it closer to a quarter ounce.
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    Something similar can be made very easy from the side of a small wooden fruit pallet, but they break just as easy.
    This was made by a guy in a Viking village show, though he made it for me twice as long & wide, but me opinel no.8 sorted that out.
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  9. Enzo

    Enzo Thru Hiker

    I did think about wittling something, sure it'll be just as good. Trangia frying pan came and works much better. It's big enough to use as a lid for my 2l pot so only ends up 30g heavier than my little to frying pan.
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  10. Baldy

    Baldy Thru Hiker

  11. stonemonkey

    stonemonkey Ultralighter

    Gone halfs with the girlfriend on this naturehike cloud peak.

    I could do with something for me and my youngest anyway so..........
    Win win.

    £67.50 each
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    Kipped in it last night and going to tonight as it's too dam hot in the house!
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  12. stonemonkey

    stonemonkey Ultralighter

    And my Asta 1p inner arrived this morning from Ali express....
    365g on my scales

    I have added some pics to a hex peak inner thread on here GOPR2347_1561840290595_high.JPG
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  13. PhilHo

    PhilHo Thru Hiker

    Brooks Cascadia 14 2E fitting ie Wide.

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  14. Enzo

    Enzo Thru Hiker

    That tread looks an improvement, I had the 10s and they had problems with grip on my local ground.
  15. Baldy

    Baldy Thru Hiker

    Nice little spend today..
    Omm Duomat
    Nordisk 400ml mug courtesy of wiggle

    Adidas terrex swift
    Asics tech socks courtesy of Sportshoes
    :angelic:

    Dexshell bamboo socks from Amazon.
    Last edited: Jun 30, 2019
  16. Chiseller

    Chiseller Thru Hiker

    My mate used to love his duomat... Till I reminded him of the weight :(
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  17. Blah blah blah

    Blah blah blah Trail Blazer

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    Purchased from Mathew on Outdoor gear exchange.

    Not my pitch.
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  18. fluffkitten

    fluffkitten Moderator Staff Member

    I'm sure that OMM designed the Duomat to prevent over sleeping. Despite that I'm keeping mine.
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  19. Chiseller

    Chiseller Thru Hiker

    I instantly googled it when I saw him using it on the hill, great for dirt and stoney ground... Then balked at the weight... Didn't feel that heavy... I couldn't imagine anyone carrying two to make a full mat..
  20. Balagan

    Balagan Thru Hiker

    1968-vintage Swiss army snow shovel from a Swiss scout shop. Very similar to the old Norwegian Witco or Rottefella shovels (but with Swiss engineering, i.e. rivets ground flush on both sides), it weighs 550 gr which isn't exactly shabby compared to modern ones. Especially for just over a tenner.

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  21. Baldy

    Baldy Thru Hiker

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  22. Balagan

    Balagan Thru Hiker

    Yes. But the shovel I bought to use, this stove would just happily sit in a box. ;)
  23. Tartanferret

    Tartanferret Thru Hiker

    Cool :cool:, i could imagine frying a steak on that :)

    Though i would check whats been in the snow :poop::bla:
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  24. Balagan

    Balagan Thru Hiker

    The ultimate multiple use item. You're not a closet bushcrafter by any chance? Someone on bushcraft.UK had fond memories of frying.a slmon in a Witco. ;)
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  25. Chiseller

    Chiseller Thru Hiker

    Bought pre redundancy... Just been told they should be with me today after ordering on Sunday...
    Bearbones carbon pencils.... Thick as Eastons. my mate was using some at the at the weekend.. No fear of driving them into the peakland rocky ground.

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