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Old 21 February 2010, 05:24   #1
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Geko full faced helmets

I have two full faced Geko helmets used twice only
both in very good condition.
orange one size fits all as these have an inflatable internal bladder for a
nice fit.

150.00 the pair plus postage .

on offer here for the forum members before i place them on the well
known auction site.

seem to be having a bit of trouble uploading the pictures.

Please be so kind as to email or pm me for pictures.


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Old 21 February 2010, 05:29   #2
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Geko full faced helmets

I have two full faced Geko helmets used twice only
both in very good condition.
orange one size fits all as these have an inflatable internal bladder for a
nice fit.

150.00 the pair plus postage .

on offer here for the forum members before i place them on the well
known auction site.
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Old 21 February 2010, 12:43   #3
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Robert - thought you'd just bought these - why have you decided to sell - not getting out of boating are you
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Old 21 February 2010, 13:26   #4
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Robert - thought you'd just bought these - why have you decided to sell - not getting out of boating are you
I did but illness denotes no bumping about in a rib
in fact nothing that may injure my back any further than it is.

I am absolutely gutted
Love fishing from my rib and playing in the really rough sea . but that's the way it goes.
and too think i was going to either buy a hull or make a hull and make my own custom rib.
funny how things can change with just a visit to a surgeon .

Some stuff sold already inc the rib still have some more items to sell .
But even more gutted..
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Old 21 February 2010, 13:31   #5
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Bummer - I'm so sorry to hear that Robert - I can imagine how gutted you must be, health always makes such an impact when it stops you from doing something you love - sorry I can't make it any better but on the good days I'm sure there are people here who would be happy to have a bit of extra company - always welcome to come with us but I suspect my driving is enough to weaken even the most fittest health fanatic - I've aged hubby by at least 10 years in the last 6 months

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Old 21 February 2010, 13:35   #6
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Bummer - I'm so sorry to hear that Robert - I can imagine how gutted you must be, health always makes such an impact when it stops you from doing something you love - sorry I can't make it any better but on the good days I'm sure there are people here who would be happy to have a bit of extra company - always welcome to come with us but I suspect my driving is enough to weaken even the most fittest health fanatic - I've aged hubby by at least 10 years in the last 6 months

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Many thanks for your kind words.

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Old 21 February 2010, 23:08   #7
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I'm sorry to hear you are getting out.....not by choice.....Bummer. I take each day as it comes and am thankfull for good health. God speed to you.

I will take them both if they are still for sale. I have a good home for them on the great lakes in Canada. My Hurricane 590 is a great boat but we need some protection for the crazy days.

please contact me for arrangements and payment,

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Sorry they have been sold


Many thanks again to Ribnet for providing this great service..

many thanks
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Just an update on the Geckos - every bit as good as Sonar said they were! The Geckos are making winter ribbing much more comfortable for Donegaldan and BabydollNelly. See the snow

And as a bonus, DD's yammie rebuild was a success, with at least six knots added to top-end (she was very rough before-hand).

So he won't be so cranky now

And a good day was also had by the scurvy crew on the Goose - who absolutely didn't slip into Rathmullan for Fission Chips at the Salt n Batter
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Just an update on the Geckos - every bit as good as Sonar said they were! The Geckos are making winter ribbing much more comfortable for Donegaldan and BabydollNelly. See the snow

And as a bonus, DD's yammie rebuild was a success, with at least six knots added to top-end (she was very rough before-hand).

So he won't be so cranky now

And a good day was also had by the scurvy crew on the Goose - who absolutely didn't slip into Rathmullan for Fission Chips at the Salt n Batter
Cool photos' Willk
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