/ MASSIVE gear clearout!
Bit of a gear clear-out!
EDELRID TYPHOON Size UK 10 / 44.5 - bought as comfy shoes for harder multipitch - worn on Shibboleth and Steeple (+ x2 times at indoor wall) - unfortunately just slightly too big :( Great all-rounder - comfy yet technical. MINT condition RRP £95.00 - bargain at £50!
EDELRID RAVEN Size UK 8 / 42 - Bought mistakenly instead of my usual 8.5 - just too wee. Phenomenal technical shoe ideally suited to steep stuff. Quick drying with removable velcro to turn into slippers - IDEAL for DWS!
NEVER worn - still in box. RRP=£105.00 - a steal at £75!
DIGITAL VIDEO CAMERA - Canon MD101 (approx 3 years old but still with owners' manual, etc) - compact little beauty w/ fold out screen-perfect for Font trips, etc. Couple of small superficial scratches but in top working condition. Comes complete with spare (rechargeable) batteries x3, x2 chargers + euro adapter, spare tapes x4, all camera-computer cables, etc, PLUS good quality Jessops carry case&cleaning kit (still boxed). Great bit of kit - sorry to see it go - £150 ono
RST front suspension forks. Approx 5 years old but still working well and lovingly cared for throughout life. Suit hardtail with short head tube - £25
Marin B-17 13.5" frame only. My beloved DH rig which I cannot afford to rebuild, having bought a 24seven hardtail. Awesme frame: tight, strong and yet light. Rear shock in perfect condition. Bearing units sealed in packed in grease since taken out of use. A phenomenal rig that can take a lot of punishment (would suit DH rider up to 5'10" or BSX/jump rider any size.) Frame is compatible with single crown/triple clamp forks as well as any combo of 24/26" wheel.
£300 ONO (sensible only!)
The North Face Terra 35 rucksack - received as present recently for birthday-unwanted as already own a PODsac. Shame, as this pack is absolutely bombproof - works great as a heavy duty crag sac, brilliant in winter or for instructor use. Heavily padded, tough fabric, uber-adjustable and with split compartment opening (as you normally find on larger trekking packs.) UNUSED - £55
Exped Ultralite Dry bag set (3, 5, 8 and 13 litres capacity) superlight but still tough and waterproof - £20
Helmet cam by Oregon Scientific - waterproof, shockproof - solid bit of kit. Just as good as a GoPro - a little heavier but a lot tougher! I have used this in the deserts of the Middle East, winter climbing in Scotland, sea kayaking in Shetland and many more - it has never let me down.
- 1GB & 2GB SD mem-cards
-Helmet-compatible mounting strap
-Handlebar mounting system
-Tough neoprene carry-case
-High quality Tatonka 'bumbag' style carry case
Mountain Ridge 2 person pop-up tent. Easier to put away than most of this style. Roomy 2 person - ideal for festivals or car camping - literally pitches in seconds! £25 ono
(Old) Red Chilli Spirit VCR impact Zone - size 9 / 43 - used (right toe is starting to go) but still got a season in them. Ideal for a 1st pair of comfy climbing shoes - £10
(Old) Mammut climbing shoes - brown - lace up - size 8. Very comfy+loadsa life left in 'em. £10
Sony headphones - MDR V-150 - big ear headphones - great quality - much better than 'in-ear' headphones - £17
Msg me if you require any more details/have questions/etc.
Willing to negotiate on postage/collection from and delivery to: Central Scotland.
Hi, what model is the helmet cam? Just having a quick look at the Oregon Scientific ones online.
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