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Old 19 June 2013, 03:36   #11
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make a winch pocket thingie from the bottom half of a plastic bleach bottle. Variety of colours available and it works just fine.
Do they do them in Searider Orange
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Old 19 June 2013, 05:47   #12
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Laugh - I thought I'd never start.
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Laugh - I thought I'd never start.
Oooh! go on, give it a try, you never know, you might like it
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naw, tried it once - m'face cracked, given it up now
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I clip it to my lifejacket (mine's waterproof).

That way if I go in, I can still yell for help.
That's where I keep my HH
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Old 01 July 2013, 02:45   #16
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I clip it to my lifejacket (mine's waterproof).

That way if I go in, I can still yell for help.
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Old 01 July 2013, 04:27   #17
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I clip mine to LJ as well as have one on the console ...

However when I jumped in a couple of weeks ago it came unclipped due to water pressure and the fact it floats - luckily I have a lanyard but if you do use this methed I'd suggest try it out and see where the radio ends up and how easily or otherwise you can get it off the strap .
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